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Sombody wanted to buy my CC grooves off me, so I sold them to him and went and brought some old grooves before manafactures are not aloud to make them anymore.
I brought some Nike Vr wedges, 56 10 and 60 06. Will let you no how they play tomorrow, they felt very good in my net outside!

And manafactures are NOT aloud to make old groove wedges in 2011. Golf shops can still havw what stock they have, but no more will be made. This has been confermed by the guys in my local golf shop.
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These Wedges are the Real DEAL! Sadly my golf balls were lasting like 7 holes untill the golf ball was mangled because of these new grooves :P
haha Im loving them, not as soft as feel as my old Cg'12s or my MP 10's but I think I prefer them more, they give a little more feed back.

Anybody considering new wedges NIKE VR you won't look back!!

Funny thing was after my first nike driver I said I would never play a nike product again because it found they were not up the the standered other clubs were. I take this back!
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These Wedges are the Real DEAL! Sadly my golf balls were lasting like 7 holes untill the golf ball was mangled because of these new grooves :P

i do remember them absolutely eating balls up too...... ive said it before and ill say it again....

NIKE is an under rated golf company (equipemt wise anyways)
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