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Titleist 913H headcovers

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Does anyone know why these are so hard to find? Picked up a used 913H in almost perfect condition, but didn't come with cover. Usually when I lose a headcover (more often than I like to admit), I can find at least ten of them on eBay for $8-$15. When I looked for the 913H cover, there are maybe 3 available, and they're all $40! That's a helluva lot of money for a headcover. Any suggestions?

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Lol. Alright fine, dumb question.

If you call Titleist, you can probably get one.


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