So I was at a local range helping out with Operation Game On teaching wounded Soldiers to play golf and after we were done I went to check out the Pro Shop since I had not been there before. I was looking around and saw the used clubs Buckets started 5to look through them while talking to the guys that worked there. When I saw a wedge with the breast Cancer Ribbon Stamped on the back and painted pink. I picked it up and its a almost new Tour Isssue Vokey 60-T with a Tour issue DG shaft. I looked at the price at new I had to buy it. Not going to say the price.
Are you trying to tease us by not disclosing the price? Come on, spill the beans :)
I havent decided if I am going to keep it or sell it yet.
just tell the price
Photo? Would be nice to see?
I say hang it on your wall, or least keep it around for bragging rights. Besides we all know these things appreciate in time....
I will post a pic later today.
Nothing like a Bargain Bin find!! I rescued my current gamer from a Bargain bin. Cleaned her up a bit, sent her to the custom shop for some spa treatment, and now she's perfect- What a rescue.
That's an absolutely amazing find. I bet that was a thrill to come across.
If it where me, I wouldn't sell it. It's surely a previously owned Titleist Ambassador's wedge. You just don't ever see that type of thing everyday.
It would be just to valuable to me to have to sell such an item as I only use and play Titleist and Scotty Cameron equipment.
I would keep it also, unless the price could buy anew set of clubs. Very nice, great pic. Enjoy
Nice Josh. They did a neat job.
Thanks I thought it was a pretty cool find for $50. I just wish i could find out more about it like who it belonged to what grooves it has ect...
If it has a product item registration code/number on the hosel, maybe you should send an enquiry email off to Titleist to Customer Services and ask one of their members of staff to try and give you some information regarding a 'Special Titleist Item' that you are in possession of.
Just a thought?
By my guess, the wedge could have belonged to Steve Stricker or Zach Johnson. I know these guys do alot of work for breast Cancer Research and Titleist probably would have only gone the extra mile to stamp a Titleist Brand Ambassadors wedge(s).
There isnt anything on the hosel that was my first thought. Thanks for the advice.I have been working with a Operation Game On which is ran by Tony Perez father of Pat and Mike Perez and he knows Bob very well so I showed it to him today and he said he would ask for me.