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Hey guys, I'm putting a few items up here that I will also be posting on ebay. If you want to inbox me for pics or talk prices feel free! The only item I'm looking for in trade right now is an r11 tp driver. 909d2-73 X blueboard : shafts in excellent shape, put in this year, new grip when installed. The head is also in great shape (8.5-9/10). It's a 9.5 degree, and headcover is included! ping i15- 83 x white board- great looking club in fantastic shape (9/10). I think its 9 degrees of loft, but I'd have to check! Headcover is included ping S59's- great set of used irons, still in great shape, a few minor dings on the soles, but nothing major, and nothing that is visually unappealing at address. The shafts are project x 5.5, but the labels were removed when they were regripped (my request, they were looking a little ragged). The grips are 2 weeks old (lamkin cords). set includes 3-pw If you have any questions or want pictures, feel free!
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