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Used XXIO Prime 9 Utility 6H Hybrid - 26° Loft - Regular FlexXXIO Prime 9 Utility Hybrid

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Men's Right-Hand XXIO Prime 9 Utility

6H Type, 26° Loft, Regular Flex, Standard Length, Standard Lie Angle

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Description

The XXIO Prime 9 utility club is designed with a lighter weight shaft for faster club head speeds and an all new cup face design that helps to expand the sweet spot for improved forgiveness and ball speeds on off-center hits. The shallow back shape forces the center of gravity even deeper for longer distances and higher launches.

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Review by Stanley J., 11 months ago.

“I have purchased 4 clubs from 3 balls and each were in excellent condition and the service was very good. I would recommend them to anyone looking for high quality clubs at a fair price.”

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Review by Richard B., 4 years ago.

“Excellent service and products. I am a repeat customer. Every transaction has been perfect. ”

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