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Win a Dozen Callaway HEX Chrome+ Golf Balls

The Masters is here, the first golfing major of the season, and if you're inspired into getting back out on the golf course we've got a whopping 35 dozen of Callaway's brand new golf ball to give away to help you out.

Callaway's new HEX Chrome+ golf ball is not readily available until April 19, but we have a dozen available for 35 lucky readers who can each win a dozen of this new line in golf balls.

The Masters kicks off on Sky Sports on Thursday April 11, and as all the action unfolds at Augusta many golfers back in the UK will be spurred on to fetch their clubs out of the garage after a long cold winter and get back out playing.

And you can do it in style if you can win one of the dozens of new Callaway HEX Chrome+ golf balls we have up for grabs.

Callaway's new offering has already been used by Pablo Larrazabal on the European Tour, and is a four-piece ball which the company say is their 'fastest ever Tour ball' and will give golfers 'increased distance and short-game feel'.

You can see for yourself if you pick up a dozen of these brand new golf balls from our competition - so simply answer the question below to be in with a chance.

For more information on the new HEX Chrome+ golf ball, go to www.callawaygolf.com

CLOSING DATE: Sunday 14th April 2013 23:23

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Question: How many times has Callaway staffer Phil Mickelson won the Masters?

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