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  • Benross V12 10.5 Driver

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    This driver is in excellent condition and is like new as it has barely been used. It is fitted with a regular shaft and has a golf pride grip. This club has 10.5 degrees of loft. Head 10/10.
  • taylormade driver

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    Ladies taylormade burner high trajectory driver, shaft has been shortened to 39" well used and has a few marks shown in pics but still launches the ball as far as a new one.
  • Titleist 910 D2 Driver - 10.5 Degree Regular

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    Type: 910 D2 Adjustable Driver – 10.5 degree. Brand: Titleist. Grip: Titleist/Golf Pride Tour Velvet. Notes : These don’t really need a big old spiel. They are just proper golf clubs.
  • maxfli z-460 f driver and utility fairway wood

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    Maxfli z-460f driver. Maxfli z-460f utility wood. 3 wood 21 degree. 10 degree regular graphite shaft. No headcover. Pristine condition as new headcover included. Keith 07806524982.
  • Ping G10 Driver 12* Reg

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    12 Degree regular shaft. Original Ping grip in good condition. Club Glove Leather headcover included. Overall between 7/8 out of 10.

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