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Callaway Hickory Stick,2nd Wedge Sand 80 yds or less . Very good condition.
Callaway Hickory Stick,2nd Wedge Sand 80 yds or less . Very good condition.
   $30.00
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Callaway Hickory Stick Third Wedge/Hi Lob 59* RH
Callaway Hickory Stick Third Wedge/Hi Lob 59* RH
   $52.49
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callaway hickory stick wedge
callaway hickory stick wedge
   $599.00
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Callaway Hickory Stick 3rd Wedge Hi Lob 60 yds or less . Very good condition
Callaway Hickory Stick 3rd Wedge Hi Lob 60 yds or less . Very good condition
   $32.22
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Callaway Hickory Stick "The Purist" putter  by Tony Manzoni...36"...LEATHER grip
Callaway Hickory Stick "The Purist" putter by Tony Manzoni...36"...LEATHER grip
   $62.50
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*RARE* Callaway Hickory Stick Putter Billet Series Neiman Marcus 35.5"
*RARE* Callaway Hickory Stick Putter Billet Series Neiman Marcus 35.5"
   $74.99
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Callaway Hickory Stick 52 Degree Wedge Excellent Condition
Callaway Hickory Stick 52 Degree Wedge Excellent Condition
   $9.99
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Callaway Hickory Stick High Lob 59 degree Third Wedge, Very Good +
Callaway Hickory Stick High Lob 59 degree Third Wedge, Very Good +
   $69.99
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35" Callaway Hickory Stick Little Poison II Putter. RG Danny Edwards Grip.
35" Callaway Hickory Stick Little Poison II Putter. RG Danny Edwards Grip.
   $63.50
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Callaway Hickory Stick Little Poison 1 Putter Golf Club 35 inch Wood Shaft Stock
Callaway Hickory Stick Little Poison 1 Putter Golf Club 35 inch Wood Shaft Stock
   $46.00
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Callaway Hickory Stick Putter Golf Club
Callaway Hickory Stick Putter Golf Club
   $80.00
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Callaway MF-2 Milled Putter with Hickory Stick Wooden Shaft
Callaway MF-2 Milled Putter with Hickory Stick Wooden Shaft
   $69.95
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Callaway Hickory Stick Steel Core First Wedge 52* Pitching Wedge (M0505)
Callaway Hickory Stick Steel Core First Wedge 52* Pitching Wedge (M0505)
   $32.49
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Callaway Hickory Stick 56 Loft Second Wedge Golf Club USA Wood Shaft Velvet Cord
Callaway Hickory Stick 56 Loft Second Wedge Golf Club USA Wood Shaft Velvet Cord
   $99.95
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Callaway Hickory Stick " The Purist "  Putter  Tony Manzoni
Callaway Hickory Stick " The Purist " Putter Tony Manzoni
   $29.99
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Cold weather gloves

W*-Golfer said: Anyone here use these? They any good & how do they hold up? Just ordered a pair because golf in April & May around here can be pretty freakin cold at times.Taylor Made 32 Cold Weather Golf Glove Medium Large Single item at GlobalGolf.com

P* Jayhawk said: Most of the winter gloves I have tried are about the same until recently. I picked up some of the newer Footjoys, which go on like a regular winter glove and extend further up the wrist and are alot heavier and made with Thinsulate yet not so much that you lose the feel of the grip. Then the velcro fastener is down lower. Really nice addition, and the one you link look like they do the same, although the footjoys have more of a sticky leather finish on the palm as opposed to suede. If those TM's don't work out, check out the newer model footjoys. Again though, those look very similar with exception to no velcro.FootJoy.com Home Page > Men's > Gloves > WinterSof®

W*-Golfer said: Thanks, I forget about Footjoy making anything except shoes...wonder why that is?:laugh:

T*pflite_D2 said: I like the Footjoy rain gloves they are bar none the best rain glove made, I haven't tryed the winter ones though.

P* Jayhawk said: Quote: Originally Posted by Wi-Golfer Thanks, I forget about Footjoy making anything except shoes...wonder why that is?:laugh: They also have the best easily available wet weather gloves IMO, which I wear not only in the rain, but the left one anytime the temperature creeps above about 80*. They usually last me about 5-10 times longer than a regular glove and give you a much better grip in humidity. You also don't usually need to switch them out during a round, like I had to with the leather glove. Personally for leather glove I usually just go with cheap, but the TM and Mizunos are two of my favorites. Again though, Footjoys are usually more readily available.

T*pflite_D2 said: I usually go with the TM too. I wanna try one of those black Nike elite feel ones.

w*rbirdlover said: We can call you "Tommy two gloves"!!! :laugh: But I don't golf if I have to wear gloves to keep my hands warm. :(

J*rmour said: I like the TM cold gloves but a sleeper is the nike cold. I have them both and like them both equally. Since Im a TM guy they usually get the play if its below 40.

s*namaxe said: Golf glove and give you a much better grip in humidity.They improve your practice and your performance .Golf gloves are an essential component of any improvement program.

j*josasser said: I have a pair of Nike cold weather gloves and I like them. They definitely keep your hands warm, and aren't so thick that they make you lose all feel. Of course I would prefer not to wear them if at all possible.

W*-Golfer said: Quote: Originally Posted by warbirdlover We can call you "Tommy two gloves"!!! :laugh: But I don't golf if I have to wear gloves to keep my hands warm. :( So what temp do you consider warm enough to go gloveless?