Callaway Major Giveaway

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The Open Championship is underway at Muirfield, and to celebrate, our friends at Callaway Golf sent us some incredible stuff to give away.

Open Bag

For starters, we’ll be giving away this commemorative staff bag for the year’s third major, which is not sold at retail, to one of the fans that follows both us and Callaway on all of our social media accounts. Callaway’s Tour Pros are carrying this bag at Muirfield as we speak. The “XVI” on the front is the Roman numeral 16, because this is the 16th time that the British Open has been held at Muirfield. The bag we’re giving away is Tour Authentic.

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Next, we’ll be giving away the brand new 58° Mack Daddy 2 lob wedge, designed by Roger Cleveland.

Phil Mickelson used a Mack Daddy 2 on the incredible pitch that ultimately helped him close out his win at the Scottish Open last Sunday, and on the ridiculous backwards shot he hit the other day at Muirfield.

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In addition to all that, we’ll be giving away some coins that Callaway makes a limited number of for their Staff Pros, so that they can hand them out. Pretty cool, considering not just anybody can get their hands on these. Along with the coins, we’ll be giving away a bunch of X Bomb patches, which are given to Callaway’s Tour Pros to put on their bags every time they hit a drive of 325-yards or more with a Callaway driver in tournament play. It’s a similar concept to the big hit stickers on college football helmets. Oh yeah, we’ve got a few sleeves of balls to give away as well.

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HERE’S HOW TO WIN:

In order to be eligible to win any of the above, you need to be following both Total Frat Move and Callaway Golf on the following social media accounts:

Twitter: @TotalFratMove, @CallawayGolf
Instagram: @TotalFratMove, @CallawayGolf
Facebook: Total Frat Move, Callaway Golf

Hurry up and follow us now, otherwise ole Uncle Rodge might snake this shit up. And if you’re wondering why there are no clubs in the bag below, it’s because Dorn only needs one club to duff his ball into the forest.

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