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I've purshase this club to fulfill my needs, i already had a 54º Cleveland 900 Tour Action Gun Metal so I new wat to espect from the club,but the golfbidder service is fantastic, fast and trustfull. Since this club is off the market Golfbidder was the only place that i've found it. thanks!
First time that I've used Golfbidder and I'm delighted with the result. I got the wedge re-gripped and it is near enough identical to the one I lost - and it fits exactly with my two other wedges. Many thanks for your service!
Good solid club.
What can I say. If there are better wedges about, then please let me have one. These clubs work!
I had previously had Mizuno wedges. Bought these about a month ago and the difference is outstanding. I play with Callaway X18s and am now going to buy the gap and pitching wedge and do away with my Callaways. 100 yards and in is a dream now!!!!
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