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OT - My local Costco (Edmonton Alberta) is selling my irons, Callaway x20 4-sw, for $300 right now.

Helluva deal.

I got mine at Golf Town last spring for $400 and I think they were about half the original price then.

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Just bought my new irons from Golf Town, with a full fitting from a Titleist rep. Agree, too many fake websites out there to risk that route unless it's a proper retailer that sources their clubs legitimately. In the end, I'd rather know for sure that my clubs are real. Besides, golf clubs are something best bought in person. I've bought clubs on line in the past, but won't do it again.
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Originally Posted by bwdial

Dick's is a legitimate place.  They buy directly from the manufacturer.  Their Callaway clubs are the real deal.

Funny story about Dick's... my ex-wife was looking for some sort of sports thing and tried to go to their website.  My daughter told me "don't just type in dicks dot com".


Yeah, my son did that when he was younger.  i was sitting across the room when he typed it in and it was one of those slow motion NOOOOOOOOO! moments as I crossed the room to stop him.  Luckily it just came up on an over 18 entrance page or I would have had some explaining to do.

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Originally Posted by Kobey

Yeah, my son did that when he was younger.  i was sitting across the room when he typed it in and it was one of those slow motion NOOOOOOOOO! moments as I crossed the room to stop him.  Luckily it just came up on an over 18 entrance page or I would have had some explaining to do.



Good thing they now require a .xxx at the end no more.com. Dont know when it will take place

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