We accept all golf clubs & irons and our store staff will provide you with a completely free valuation. By trading in old or unwanted golf clubs, you’ll only need to pay the difference between the price of the new clubs and the credit given for the old ones.
Here’s a look at 11 classic golf clubs or sets of clubs from the past and what they’re worth today. Arnold Palmer Peerless Chattanooga P31 Wood Set. PING ZING Irons. PING Anser Putter . Spalding Calamity Jane Hickory Shaft Leather Grip Putter . Cleveland VAS 792 Irons. TaylorMade Burner Bubble driver . Titleist 975D driver .
Golf club prices: How much they’re worth
|Golf Club||Golf Club Trade-In Stores (PGA Value Guide)||Online Marketplaces (eBay, after fees)|
|TaylorMade Tour Preferred MC Iron Set (3-PW)||$109||$204|
|Titleist 915D3 Driver||$63||$82|
|Titleist MB 714 Steel Iron Set (4-PW)||$123||$208|
|Ping i25 Driver||$32||$76|
The Golf Club Trade -In Program is also available in store. Find a store near you . No more excuses. Clean out your golf bag and trade in the clubs you never use anymore for brand new golf equipment.
Here are the best strategies to help you sell golf clubs in 2020 and beyond. eBay. Arguably one of the best and oldest ways to sell your golf clubs online is good old eBay. Craigslist. OfferUp. 2nd Swing Golf . Trade-In Programs. Social Media. Your Golfing Buddies (or Country Club) Pawn Shops.
Price Match American Golf aim to match their competitors’ prices so you know you’re getting the best deal. If you see a cheaper price for the same item, just inform the store of the lower price and they’ll match it!
Golf equipment is no different from furniture, rare wine and Chinese porcelain: old is often better then new—and a lot more valuable. Many clubs produced as recently as the 1950s and ’60s are considered “classics.” Some are worth $1,000 a set, and the right kind of sand wedge can bring $500 or more all by itself.
Common vintage golf clubs in today’s market are worth $10-$20. During the early to mid 1900s, common, inexpensive golf clubs were mass produced by companies such as Wilson, Spalding, Burke, MacGregor, Kroydon and many more.
The Most Important Golf Club In Your Bag 57.6% – Putter . 15.1% – Driver . 11.2% – Wedges (All Variations Combined) 3.9% – 7 Iron . 3.7% – Hybrid (All Variations Combined) 2.1% – 3 Wood .
7 Ways to Re-Purpose Golf Equipment #1. Donate. #2. Classy Coat Hooks. #3. Golf Club Fence. Have your friends donate their used clubs to you (or shop charity stores and thrift shops) to create your own fence made of golf clubs . #4. Golf Bag Garden Tools Tote. #5. Golf Ball Pot Drainage. #6. Relieve Sore Feet. #7. Christmas Ornaments.
Ideas for Old Golf Bags – Recycling 101 1.1) As a vase for your plant. 1.2) Create a Golf Theme Room. 1.3) To carry your fishing rods. 1.4) As a caddy for your gardening tools. 1.5) As storage for your pool sticks. 1.6) Turn it to a stand or legs of your DIY table.
If you are looking to upgrade your golf clubs or no longer able to participate in the game, you can pawn your clubs for cash. Depending on their condition, you could make a lot of money on your golf clubs at a pawn shop . Bring yours in to 1st United Pawn for a FREE item valuation.
Here’s our countdown from bottom to top of the four best websites where you can sell used golf clubs . 4.) 2nd Swing. A site boasting over 50,000 clubs for sale with a 30-day Play Guarantee, 2nd Swing is a reliable website to sell or trade-in your old golf clubs . 3.) GolfWRX. 2.) eBay. 1.) SidelineSwap.
When you sell used golf clubs to 2nd Swing Golf we give you the HIGHEST values for your items. We waste no time evaluating the condition of your clubs and getting you paid! Follow our EASY club selling process by clicking the button. You’ll receive quick payment and best in class service!
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