120 Titleist ProV1x 2016 - Near Mint (AAAA) Grade - Recycled (Used) Golf Balls by Bridgestone at Village Green Golf. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Near mint recycled golf ball will have slightly noticeable imperfections, generally how a new ball would look after 1-3 holes of golf and will
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Near mint recycled golf ball will have slightly noticeable imperfections, generally how a new ball would look after 1-3 holes of golf and will include scuff marks. There may be slight discoloration and minor cosmetic blemishes, which does not compromise the flight characteristics of the golf ball. These balls will include small player(sharpie or felt pen) markings, team and corporate logo's. These balls will not include X-OUT or Practice.
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