Callaway Tour High Number Golf Balls $29.99 (Retail $42.99)

Posted on: January 2nd, 2013 by Chris No Comments

Golfsmith wants you to stock up on golf balls so you will find many deals on Titlist, Callaway and Nike balls. This is one of the best deals I found. You can pick up a box of Callaway Tour i(z)High Number Golf Balls for only $29.99! These will normally cost you $42.99, so its a 30% savings.

This high number golf ball is considered to be the longest tour ball on the market. Its actually best known for its distance.

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