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Say thanks to Dad with our Fathers Day sale!

 

Save $40 on the NX7 Pro and save $30 on the NX7.

 

www.precisionprogolf.com

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Fathers Day is just a few days ago! Still time to save up to $40 on a rangefinder for him (or yourself). Order by midnight EST tomorrow (6/12) and get it in time for the weekend!!

Shop: www.precisionprogolf.com 

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