Star Trek Captain Kirk Golf Club Cover

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Take your golf game where it's never gone before! This Star Trek Captain James T. Kirk Golf Club Cover fits up to a 460CC driver. Ages 12 and up.
Company: Soft Stuff Creations
Theme: Star Trek
Product Type: Sporting Goods
Celebrities: William Shatner
Age: 12 +
Country of Origin: China
Height: 4.00
Width: 10.00
Length: 13.00
Weight: 0.500

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