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PRICE DROP - Adams Golf Idea Pro A12 Hybrid - 18 Degree - Regular Flex

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I have an almost new Adams Idea Pro A12 hybrid. 18 degree which is essentially a 2 iron. Bought it new a few weeks ago for my dad and he hit maybe 40 balls in total with it. He needs something a little more forgiving. No sky marks on the crown, very light face scratches. Very easy to hit and produce a nice, high, soft landing shot. Much easier to hit then your conventional 2 irons. Comes with a regular flex, white Matrix Ozik Altus shaft and a Golf Pride New Decade grip in white/black . Headcover is also included. Please let me know if you have any questions. $120 $100 shipped CONUS.

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