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Adidas Golf A76 Menâ€TMs ClimaLite 3-Stripes Cuff Polo
ClimaLite 3 stripe contrast stitch jersey polo has self-collar
Made of 100 percent polyester pique
3-button placket contrast stitch on shoulder and back yoke
The nU GrooVe Sharpener is Made in the USA! Legally sharpen Square, U and V grooves on all your golf irons and wedges. Generate maximum spin just like a PGA Professional does. Works on all major brands such as Ping, Titleist Vokey, Nike, Mizuno, Cleveland, Taylormade and more!
Made from a high grade precision tool steel that is heat treated to 64 on the Rockwell Scale, it gives you the perfect cutting edge to restore your clubs back to NEW!
The grooves of wedges and irons wear out quickly over time thus resulting in decreased spin (RPMs). Why keep spending $100 a year to replace your perfectly fine wedge when all you have to do is re-sharpen it to save yourself money!
5-7-9 Irons, stand bag
The Orlimar Oversize 35″ Tangent Putters are up to date with current size and standards.
TPU Polymer Insert Face.
Advanced perimeter weighting
Longer and faster than original rocketballz tour fairways
Ultra-high strength tailor-made rocket steel supplied by carpenter creates a thinner and faster-flexing face
Speed pocket design flexes faster to promote faster ball speed and more distance
PRO LINE BALLS
ZG process core technology
Gradational compression core technology for increased ball speed
Dual Mantle design for reduced spin and higher launch off the driver and long irons
Tour proven Urethane cover for excellent greenside control
Improved cover for increased aerodynamics
All new optimized Dual Dimple technology for increased distance
Unique 2-piece Urethane construction offers Tour level green-side spin and control
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These days all the media talk about a recession in the US which in turn affects the rest of the world. I’m no economist, but I’ve read the common definitions of a recession in the newspapers as ‘decline in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for two or more consecutive quarters’. [...]