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2018 New Gear ........

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In the process of compiling but round ups of the latest gear for 2018 available via the links below.  These will also get updated throughout the coming weeks with specific Golfshake reviews and videos

Drivers: https://www.golfshake.com/news/view/12094/The_Best_Drivers_of_2018.html

Fairways: https://www.golfshake.com/news/view/12095/The_Best_Fairway_Woods_of_2018.html

Game improvement irons: https://www.golfshake.com/news/view/12096/The_Best_Game_Improvement_Irons_of_2018.html

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