Top 5 Reasons to Buy Used Golf Balls

Top 5 Reasons to Buy Used Golf Balls

July 07, 2017

We all know there is a negative stigma around used golf balls. Some people think they don't play as good as new, others think that all used golf balls must be a dud in some way or another. We can say, without a doubt, that these stereotypes are false. Let's take a look at why you should buy used from now on.

1. Save Money

Top-end brands, such as Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1X, can cost as much as $50 dollars per dozen. That price is even higher if you buy them from the dreaded Pro Shop before your round. Our Pro V1 and Pro V1X's are nearly half that price, at $29.99 which includes shipping. You can almost buy 2 dozen for the price you would get a dozen golf balls from the store. Why waste money when they are essentially the same golf ball?

2. They Play Just Like New

Our used golf balls play just as well as new golf balls do. We only accept the highest-quality used golf balls on the market for our Members. No scrapes, no scratches, no dirt, or water marks will be found on the balls our Members receive month-after-month. In fact, our golf balls have been rated 5/5 stars by almost all our Members and we have pride in saying we have received 0 complaints about the quality of our golf balls. Try it out, we offer a money-back guarantee if you aren't completely satisfied. Try the Club

3. Help Save the Environment

We all know we only have one planet with limited resources. By going used, you're helping not only on cutting down the production of golf balls, but you're also helping us clean up the environment, one pond, creek, field, and forest at a time. Golf balls take over 1,000 years to break down in ponds. Do we really want to leave golf balls in our waterways? Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. 

4. Golf Balls Are Used After One Shot

Just like a new car, a golf ball is used after the first drive. So, let's look at it like this: You'll spend twice the amount of money for a golf ball that is considered new only for one shot? I'm no Financial Analyst, but that sounds like a bad investment to me. Besides, you'll be swinging much more freely when you spend less on golf balls. Take the smart choice and go with used. 

5. You'll Lose Them Anyway

Don't take this the wrong way, but you're going to lose all the golf balls you buy. No, we're not saying you're a hack (even if you are, we still love you). We're saying that chances are you're going to lose that brand new ball you bought within the first 3 rounds you play. If not, the golf ball will be too scuffed to play anyway. And who wants to play a scuffed ball? Nobody, that's who. 

 

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