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The answer is yes. My friend had a similar enquiry lately and contacted the golfing authority in his area. He was told that if a driver is not listed on the non- conforming list of drivers on the randa.org website, then it's legal. And there's no reference to B Square drivers there. The link is below:- http://www.randa.org/index.cfm?action=rules.equipment.nonconfdrivers

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