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Driver - Ping G w/ProjectX Even Flow Blue Stiff

3w - Mizuno ST180 set at 17 deg Tensei White Stiff

3H - Taylormade Rescue 19 deg Stock stiff shaft

4-GW - Mizuno JPX919 Hot Metal (2 deg up and 1/2” long) Nippon Modus 120 Stiff

SW - Cleveland TA 588 56 Deg 

LW - Cleveland RTX3 60 deg 

Putter - Ping Scottsdale Y-Worry

Ball - Srixon ZStar

 

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