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SKU: 10952
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NEW BIRDIE BAG!

This is a cloth bag with a blend of sawdust and talc.

It will leave your hand dry and natural after a few squeezes.

Tap it on your discs when they are absorbing the morning dew and they become grippy and useful.

Great for clutch events where your hands perspire under the pressure of competition.

I was a skeptic until one slipped off my hand at an important event and I was told to get one.
I argued saying I did not want anything else in my already full bag, but if it worked I would try it.

It works so well, I have panic attacks if I cannot find it during a tournament!
One of the most important items for competition. There is a lot of dew in those early morning rounds and sweaty palms when you are on the lead card...

A MUST HAVE if you are going to be serious about competing.

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Chris Lippert Review by Chris Lippert
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It works great for slight moisture on the hands due to sweat or dew. Doesn't work quite as well in rainy conditions, it kinda makes the grip worse actually. (Posted on 11/16/12)
Keith Piskun Review by Keith Piskun
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If you've ever missed a putt because you had sweaty hands then your gonna need to soak up that sweat with something. (Posted on 8/22/12)

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