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2nd Swing Golf is running a CRAZY good deal on TaylorMade RocketBallz Fairway Woods, and Sand Trap Members will also get FREE shipping.

Average Used Condition RBZ Fairways Starting at $139.99, and MINT condition RBZ's starting at $153.99 - http://www.2ndswing.com/search.aspx?searchterm=rocketballz&sort;=Price:Asc&pagesize;=30&facetquery;=00Club%20Type:Fairway%20Wood&facetquery;=14NewOrUsed:Used

Sand Trap Members use PROMO CODE: TMRBZST and get free ground shipping!  Hurry while they are available,  Promo Code Good through Sunday!

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Originally Posted by erock9174

www.golfdealsandsteals.com has the preowned RBZ's for $129.99, everyday price.  I think their daily deal a week or so ago listed them for $119.

Yes that IS a fantastic deal!  Thank you for sharing!  However, the only models they currently carry are the 3 wood HL and the 5 wood.  (we have all the models)

They are also only selling them with the Grafalloy epic nano fuse shaft, which is NOT the stock shaft that is available on the RBZ line.  All our models still have the stock Matrix Ozik Xcon shaft and have not been modified.

Additionally, we may be charging ten dollars more, but we are also taking off the shipping for sandtrap members.  Also, with all our high-def unique photos, we give you the ability to see the exact item you will receive.

That said, you could purchase a pre owned rbz fairway from another retailer, but they'll only show you stock images, no way of seeing the actual condition of the item for purchase.  erock9174, please check out our amazing photos , which allow you to see everything about the club's condition before you buy.  I think you'll approve.

Also, our "average" condition is more on par with everyone else's "good" though you won't be able to see what their "good" is until you open the shipping box.

Thanks erock9174 for your reply!

-- Tony, 2nd Swing

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