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Hi all,

Mixed bag of goodies coming at you from Canada!

Driver:  Cobra Biocell (set at 12º)

Cobra Baffler Hybrid - 18º

Mizuno MP-18SC irons (3-PW)

Cobra Tour Trusty Wedges (52º and 58º)

Odyssey White Hot Pro CS7 putter

TaylorMade TP5x ball

Still got room for one more club - demoing 3/4 woods at the moment, but I also tend to switch my wedge configuration to a 50/54/58 from my current 52/58 ... depends on the course.

 

Cheers to a new season! 😄

Edited by GregT

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