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I've looked everywhere and can't seem to locate one,anytime i check online for one the 2.0 white crown one appears.Does the 2010 one actually exist or is it only a myth lol.

I have the driver and love it so i want to get the 3 wood.Even e-bay doesn't come up with one,WHAT E-BAY,yup none and i though you could get anything on e-bay.So if anyone has any info or the location of a superfast tp 3 wood i would be extremely grateful.People i need to get some sleep at night lol.

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