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Searching for a new ball to try, I came across an online ad from PGA Superstore for a 2fer @ a certain $ that looked appealing. All well and good, except after driving 30 miles one way the Greenwood Villiage, CO store refused to honor said ad. Details - I arrived at the store and found plenty of the advertised item on the shelf, but with no price listed. So I waited in line with my advertised deal and noted to the cashier the ad, but also informed him that there was no price at the shelf. He scanned the items and came up with a price that denoted only a single each at standard rate, at which time he went to his computer and stated that the sale had ended. I explained that I had checked the ad earlier in the day, and that the OEM of the balls listed the same discount on their own website. Nope, PGA Superstore will not honor the OEM price - nor their own ad price! Left the disputed items with the less than helpful (much less competent) cashier and drove home. Checked the ad online as soon as I got home. It is still there, with no restriction to "Online Only" or expiration date! Wonder why golf retail "Brick and Mortar" is hurting? I don't, and will never waste another minute (let alone an ounce of fuel) on PGA Superstore!