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  1. A few more pieces from the closet that I don’t have an opportunity to use anymore. All are Kjus rain tops. USPS priority shipping, USA only sales. No trades. First is a Kjus Clive 2 layer jacket. Black, 3XL (European sizing) in size. Fits more like a loose US based XL. Love this jacket, even more so that the Kjus Pro 3L, but it doesn’t get any use as I’ve lost a lot of weight in the last year. Only worn maybe 5 times max. This model was $400+ at retail. Price is $175 shipped OBO. Next up are 2 Kjus Dexter rain pullovers. These are Kjus’ lightest,
  2. PING Norse II jackets, both variants here. Please read carefully. Both are “Oxford Blue” (navy basically) ----SOLD----Norse II FULLY INSULATED model. Size XL. Last of my personal stash of these. Fully insulated body, back and sleeves. This is the warmest (almost too warm) of the Norse II models. New without tags. 1 of these available. -Norse II ZONED model. This has insulated chest and back, but NON-INSULATED SLEEVES. Allows you to layer as needed. 2 of these available. -All PING jackets are $115 s
  3. I generally like to say that they run about a half size smaller than normal US-based sizing. The measurement for the jackets in XL is 42”-45” chest.
  4. Very limited/rare Augusta National Maui Jim Backswing sunglasses. These are only sold on site at ANGC/The Masters. I’ve only worn these a few times on course. These are ANGC exclusive frame and lense combo. Black frames with green rubber/traction areas, and MauiHT polarized lenses ideal for golf. Come with hard case and cleaning bag. SOLD Price is $500 shipped OBO. New with tags Masters waterproof pullover. XL, “Masters” green. $200 shipped Bryon Morgan/Masters ball markers. 3 of these new. Byron National on one side, Byr
  5. These are the highly regarded, discontinued PING Norse II fully insulated Primaloft jackets. Size XL. Color is Oxford blue. All new with tags from my personal stash. 4 available. $120 each, shipped. USA only.
  6. Very limited/rare Augusta National Maui Jim Backswing sunglasses. These are only sold on site at ANGC/The Masters. I’ve only worn these a few times on course. These are ANGC exclusive frame and lense combo. Black frames with green rubber/traction areas, and MauiHT polarized lenses ideal for golf. Come with hard case and cleaning bag. Price is $500 shipped Rare sterile/blank white PING Hoofer Stand bag. No logos/screen printing/embroidery I used this one season and then put it into the ever growing bag storage. Price is $140 plus ACTUAL shipping charges. Please PM me for that.
  7. As a retailer, I can say that most push cart wholesale prices have increased from this time last year, mainly due to import fees from China.
  8. I'm not sure I have an answer or solution to this "issue", but I can say that the thread makes for some entertaining reading! There's some worked up posters here over something that's pretty insignificant. I can maybe add that I've been a member at several forums where we B/S/T things A LOT more expensive and more rare than golf clubs (luxury watches/Rolex/Panerai/Patek/etc, high end pocket knives...think $1000 to $10,000+), and in each of those forums, removing the selling price from the thread is common/standard practice. If we are doing research on prices/price checking, we can easily PM
  9. I was going to say essentially the same thing...as far as flipping is concerned, there just "ain't no meat on that bone." Yes, Cobra makes great clubs, but they aren't popular (from a retail standpoint, the demand and sell through is abysmal), and are discounted pretty heavily before they sell. Any flipper worth his or her salt aren't looking at Cobra to pad their pockets, even at 45% off of retail. Very few people buy Cobra at full MSRP.
  10. And golf courses! At least here in GA. I'm up a little over 20% in revenue when comparing the period coinciding with the USA's COVID-19 response this year to the same period last year, and last year was my highest revenue year in a decade.
  11. It’s certainly possible, but the fact that cobra hasn’t made them public anywhere officially, sent them in emails, social media, anything makes me think they actually aren’t meant for the public.
  12. As someone who has dealt with a lot of cancelled orders from retailers over the years, I can say that a tracking number doesn’t guarantee success in securing an order. Often times tracking numbers are auto generated when the order fulfillment software receives the order, but the label itself isn’t printed until the package is boxed up and ready to go. At that point, If the order is wrong or cancelled, it just doesn’t ship and the tracking info is dead. Unless the tracking number shows actual package movement, there’s always the possibility of cancellation. Especially if these were Cobra Sta
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