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  1. Looking for a odyssey tour 7ch or a 7ch. Looking for good condition on.
  2. Up for sale is a Bettinardi BB0W. Bought a few months back and only played a few rounds. 36.5 inches stability tour super stroke gt tour 1.0 not looking for any trades. $1500 OBO. Will include both covers as well.
  3. Scotty - Pending, Byron Sold. Price Drop on 6.0 to $1200
  4. Looks like my original post has disappeared. If it reappears please remove this. Inovai 6.0. This was originally installed with a chrome shaft that was 34 inches but I got it reinstalled to 35.5 with a black kbs tour and super stroke flatso 1.0 grip. After taking pictures it appears to have three tiny marks that I can try to capture for full disclosure as it has been gamed a handful of rounds. Also the flatso grip as a dirty thumb print mark that you can use to make a clone. Comes with cover, COA and original shaft and tour betti grip. $1500 OBO. $1200 Scotty Cameron 6M 35 inches. Has welded flow neck. Normal wear. Some nicks on the hosel but other than that good shape. $400 Pending Byron Morgan 615 35 inches. Good shape though does look to have some browning or discoloration taking place. $300 SOLD
  5. Yeah, I think they removed shaft up-charge on Gen2s. You could always try other shops that sell them and see if they waive the shaft up charge. Only difference may be they build the clubs at the shop and not PXG. Just a thought.
  6. Congrats @kgeorge78! Hope you enjoy them. I can not wait to receive mine. Loved hitting them a few weeks ago and pulled the trigger. Grant it had to sell 2 sets of irons (790s and 785). I went with P, though seems like everyone is really digging the Ts. Have fun!
  7. Agree with this comment. Driving irons are pretty great off the tee, but once you get off the tee, it may be a little more difficult to hit. This is why I went back to a hybrid. Most of the difference will be wider sole, and graphite shaft(though you do not have to have a graphite shaft). If you hit your 4 wood pretty good out off the deck and tee then a 3 hybrid would be a good gap between those two. However, if you are more confident with your 4 iron than your 4 wood off the deck then the 3 iron is probably your choice.
  8. Awesome write-ups sounds like a blast. When i hit it last week felt pretty dang good, and I only go for Ping Woods. Though i will stick to my 410 set up, its a mental thing. But love learning and hearing about these trips, sounds like a great experience.
  9. This forum has made my day. I am just sad I missed the other ones.
  10. Up for sale is my custom BB8 Tri that I had made for me from bettinardi. Only been carpet rolled as me and blades do not work well together. The putter is 35 inches and has a gt tour grip. Putter has fancy fit face (diamond cut) and is DASS. Will be including two covers from the hive. Both are the leather covers. Brown has been previously gamed where as the blue is new. Looking for $1200 for putter and covers as a package. Not looking to split the covers up and not interested in trades as GEN 3s have come out.
  11. Up for sale is two Bettinardi putters. One was a hive release last year and the other was a custom that I never used on course. All come with COAs. Only trades considered are Circle T mallets or inovai 6.0. First is Bettinardi BB0. This is the Molinari Replica that was listed in the Hive after he won the open. Original Retail was $2500. This has been used for 2 rounds. 34 inches comes with tour betti deep itch grip and white fat cat cover. $1400 OBO Next is my custom BB8 Tri DASS. This has only been carpet rolled just was not for me. This has diamond cut face with sound slot. 35 inches with gt tour superstroke and airstrike cover. $1100 OBO.
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