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Christmas sale for Titleist AP2 714's?

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Does anybody know if / where there's going to be a sale on the Titelist AP2 714's? I've been looking but can't find any, but I'm sure the clubs will go on sale for Christmas, right?

Thanks for the help

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Does anybody know if / where there's going to be a sale on the Titelist AP2 714's? I've been looking but can't find any, but I'm sure the clubs will go on sale for Christmas, right?

Thanks for the help

Not likely, Titleist doesn't typically discount their current models, not even for Christmas.  If you need less expensive clubs, consider the 712's, they aren't that much different than the 714's.

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Not likely, Titleist doesn't typically discount their current models, not even for Christmas.  If you need less expensive clubs, consider the 712's, they aren't that much different than the 714's.

Thanks for the reply. That's probably what I'll do.. I was hoping for the 714's to go on sale, but if they aren't, I might as well get the 712's.. they're a whole $300+ cheaper and aren't that different. Thanks again

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I wouldn't count on it. Titleist rarely ever has sales for their irons.
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Does anybody know if / where there's going to be a sale on the Titelist AP2 714's? I've been looking but can't find any, but I'm sure the clubs will go on sale for Christmas, right?

Thanks for the help

Like others have said, TItleist doesn't do sales, weird that you think they would discount clubs that were just released.  If you were searching for a sale, might help to actually spell the name of the company correctly ;-)

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There is very little margin in clubs to warrent a mark down of more than 10-15% tops with current Titleist
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