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34” Scotty Cameron Newport 2 Notchback

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Selling my S.C. NP2 Notchback. It was refinished in May by Embrace Putters. It’s been games since then. So the usual signs of use. 

Asking $240/shipped 

currently has a SuperStroke pistol GTR 1.0 Grip 

S.C. headcover 

Scotty Weight tool 

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