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MINT Rogue Fairway 3 wood 15* ( head only), Edel E3 Putter torque balanced 35", Atmos blue 7s PXG fariway shaft MINT, Callaway X forged utility 18

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For sale

 

Paypal only. Item is located in the Kansas city area and will ship within one business day USPS priority. No trades at the moment. 

Rogue Fairway wood

  • 15 degree loft
  • Head only *comes with headcover of course
  • Perfect Condition and headcover was never used !

215.00 shipped 2 day priority

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Edel E3 Torque balanced putter

 

  • like New condition show no signs of use
  • 35"
  • Round edelputter grip
  • Black finish with a single line up line on the flange
  • 330 retail price
  • *pics tocome tonight...for some reason they aren't uplaoding on the computer

Asking 270 shipped

 

 

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Fujikura Atmos Blue Tour spec Fairway shaft

  • Std trimming 3 wood fairway shaft
  • PXG fairway adapter
  • measures 43 inches but of grip to tip of adapter* if tip is removed it will be about 42.7"
  • MCC Align grip
  • Mint conditoin built by Will Peoples

150 shipped
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Callaway 2108 X forged utility

  • 18 degree loft
  • 1 degree flat
  • Std length
  • Project x 5.5 shaft
  • Multi compound grip
  • New condition - hit on good matts one session...hit the crap out of it with this thing but jit doesnt fill the gap i need

Asking 180 shipped

 

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Sorry to be that guy but please read posting rules. Used Equipment Only

Well, I understand your concern but how does equipment in mint condition not meet that standard.  Surely the rule isn't stipulating that equipment in immaculate condition cannot be sold.  Must the equiment used by the infividual that purchased it , not for resale, show signs of significant wear?...I doubt that.

 

My understanding is that MGS as a company is prohibiting the sale of new equipment by businesses and "other" entities on the classified forum. 

 

I'll take your comment in to consideration. If rewording is required I'll be happy to speak with the mods about it.

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Pretty sure we're all good here.  Carry on :)

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