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Sticks Stones AND


WEIGHING IN AT 4.5 POUNDS


SUN MOUNTAIN’S Superlight bag comes in two different models, the Superlight SLX and Superlight 3.5. Both bags have a dual strap system for carrying, 9.5” top with four dividers, seven pockets and a water bottle pouch. The bags live up to their name weighing in at 4.5 pounds, lighter than the typical 5-6 pounds. MSRP: $159.99


BALL FLIGHT WITH LESS SPIN


The TITLEIST 910H hybrid has a sleek all black head, comes in four different lofts (17, 19, 21 and 24 degrees) and includes a wrench kit to adjust to a player’s capabilities. The hybrids produce a ball fl ight with less spin and a higher launch for consistency


Members enjoy a 20% discount on in-stock regularly priced items at the Poppy Hills and Ridge shops.


LOW-TO-THE-GROUND TRACTION AND COMFORT


The Club 917 shoe from PUMA combines an inspiration from the company’s auto racing collection with a dash of Converse’s iconic All-Stars. Though infl uenced by an earlier age, the water-repellant shoes integrate technology via modern low-to-the-ground traction and comfort enhancements found in more contemporary shoes. Puma’s mantra to fuse infl uences from sport, lifestyle and fashion are present in the design of this casual shoe. MSRP: $100


and control. MSRP: $259.99. Price for members at Poppy Hills/Poppy Ridge pro shops: $183.99


58 / NCGA.ORG / SUMMER 2011


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