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Hope you enjoy this setup as much as I've enjoyed looking at some of yours - Cheers MGS! I'll start off with saying this is the first set of irons I've owned that aren't Mizuno and the first wedges that aren't Cleveland. I picked up the game about 15 years ago after I graduated college - finding a great set of Mizuno T-Zoids, GBB 4-wood, Driver, Cleveland wedges, and an old 1969 Ping hotdog putter at a garage sale for $20 with bag (I have all these clubs still - maybe I'll do a WITB with this set too). The lady that sold it to me told me that her husband just bought all new stuff a
Trying to figure out if these old Bobby Grace putters have any value. All except one (the black FBX) are unused. Back in the early 1990's I did some advertising work for Bobby Grace when he was in St. Petersburg, Florida. Before he was acquired by Cobra Golf and then MacGregor Golf. These putters are from the early years and all have the original leather headcovers except The Heavyweight Champion head cover is cloth and in the shape of a boxing glove. From left to right: The Heavyweight Champion. I believe VJ Singh used one of these. FBX. I used this putter myself for over 15 years. It's
Don't know if anyone saw this on Twitter or Facebook... I have a test into them - can't wait to find out what they have for deals. Always like Bobby Grace's designs - have a Cute Kid from his Cobra days kicking around here somewhere...
Up for sale is a mint condition 12 degree SLDR with a Graphite Designs AD DI 8X shaft. It is 45 inches long with a Golf Pride Tour Velvet Midsize Grip. The only condition issues are a few sweep marks on the bottom of the club and on the SLDR logo. It's as close to new as you can get. I hit less than 50 balls with it. It is a great Driver It's just that I hit my current driver just as well. I love the shaft though. It is very smooth. $325 $300 My loss is your gain. shipped in the continental US. Yes that is 30 dollars less than the cost of the shaft! I will also consider splitting them.