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Anywone looking for a Geek to try?

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todmun

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I saw that "immediate payment" thing which i've never seen before, and he doesnt say the flex of the shaft. I just had a funny feeling when I read it.
 

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Seems legit....the shaft and grip are less than $20 retail...dinged head makes it about the going cost.

It's a 10.5...but will play more towards a nine.

I agree, for someone who hasn't hit a Geek, its a good deal.
 
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todmun

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Oh great. Now I'm really thinking about it. Dont mind Christmas shopping when its for myself!
 

ezra76

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I saw that "immediate payment" thing which i've never seen before, and he doesnt say the flex of the shaft. I just had a funny feeling when I read it.

That's just because it's being sold as "Buy it Now" only. I use that all the time and the immediate payment is one reason why I do. I've sold stuff in the past and had people wait over a week to pay. Looks like a good deal but I'd want a lower loft and just the head.
 
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todmun

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Even if i get it i cant try it til next season. Thats pretty tough to do when you get something new. We do have a driving range thats open all year but I dont feel like wearing a full body cast after I break my spine in the cold weather.
 

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