Save $ with Golf Ball Used

Oct 8 09:56 2005 Jay Moncliff Print This Article

Golf s sometimes a frustrating game.  Many have been known to lose their cool after hitting a ball into the rough, a sand trap or the water.  Sometimes, the ball just seems to disappear.  Tired of wasting all that money on golf balls that don’t seem to ever come back?  Try investing in some of the used golf balls available online.

If you golf,Guest Posting chances are you’ve gone through your share of balls.  They seem to get lost all the time, and the costs mount quickly.  Even the best golfers routinely lose balls, and for the average duffer, these “misplaced” golf balls can quickly become an expensive addition to the golf outing.

Used golf balls that are in great condition and ready to play can be purchased in bulk over the internet.  There are many companies that sell used balls, usually in dozens.  Different companies have different grading systems but they are all relatively similar.

Most sites describe some sort of quality assurance sorting, so that the balls are graded.  Balls are sorted into various categories and sold by the dozen. 

Top grade used golf balls are often called Grade A or Grade 1, one or two sites listed them as Grade AAA.  They are usually described as like new.  Many customers have commented that these balls are often indistinguishable from the new ones, and can be subsequently lost just as quickly as those right out of the sleeve.  These are usually described as near perfect with a slight blemish or mark. 

Slightly less perfect balls are Grade B or Grade 2.  These have more than one mark, but play like new.  Accordingly, the price is a bit less than the near perfect ones.

Finally, there is a third grade called Grade C or 3.  Occasionally the site will go ahead and call them range balls.  These balls are more used, with several marks and blemishes, but would be suitable for range play or practice rounds.  These are even less expensive than the others.

Make sure that your site specifies that there are no “X out” or manufacturer rejects.  You should be receiving slightly used, but good balls.  Also, you may want to inquire if the site you have chosen allows water balls.  I’d avoid these if possible.

Check with your local golf club as well.  Sometimes local clubs hold sales of used balls to clear their inventories as well.  You may be able to buy back some of the balls you lost last season!

Finally, compare price and shipping costs on your used golf balls.  Most shipping charges seem to run between $5.95 per dozen and $7.95 per dozen, but verify in advance.  You should also be able to get a significant shipping discount for orders of more than one dozen. 

Shopping for used golf balls can be a great way to cut the expenses of your golfing habit.  Before you hit the links, try purchasing some practice balls you won’t mind losing!

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