Professional Refinishing Once your club is clean, you may want to give it a fresh new finish. You can expect to pay around $50 per club to get them professionally refinished. This can be a fun way to bring life back into a beloved or special set. However, the cost can be price prohibitive.
Iron and Wedge Services Pricing Table
|Raw Finish with Buff/Polish and Paintfill||A single club head – $55, 2 or more club heads – $40 per head|
|Plating Finish (Chrome, Copper)||A single club head – $115, 2 club heads – $95 per head, 3 or more club heads – $65 per head paint fill is included|
Refurbishing Irons entails buffing and polishing the sole & toe, re-painting scoring lines and refinishing the face. We are not able refurbish shafts or ferrules, so they will remain in the same condition prior to refurbishing the club head.
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.
Yes, you can use WD 40 to clean a golf club . You also don’t want to use WD-40 on anything but your irons and wedges. The other clubs are going to be better off with just a soap and water solution for cleaning. When you clean golf clubs with WD-40 , you spray a little on the clubhead and then use a rag to wipe it off.
Apply any metal polish or car wheel polish to the golf clubs . Most polishes can be applied with a soft cloth or towel. Let them sit for a minute, then wipe the polish from the clubs . Spray polishes are also available.
Snag a club – cleaning brush. Wet half a rag in the bucket and leave the other half dry. First, dunk a club in the water, then use the wet half of the rag to wipe the hosel, face and back. Dunk it again and fashion the brush to clean out the grooves, periodically toweling to wipe away excess dirt.
” Regrooving the wedge incorrectly can make the grooves non-conforming. The average wedge costs around $100 and has better performance and more consistency. If it’s time to replace a well-worn club in the bag, spend the extra money to get fresh grooves.
Wash the club head with warm soapy water and then dry the club with a towel. Rub fine grade 1,500 grit sandpaper over the scratches in a back and forth motion. This will polish your club head surface, and restore it to its original condition. Quick Tip: Why I feel EVERY golfer should have some Epoxy Glue handy!
The cost is $17.75 per club for the refurbish.
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.
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.
Top 10 most expensive golf clubs in the world Andrew Dickson Long Nosed Putter – USD 181,000. Simon Cossar Fruitwood Metal Headed Putter – USD 165,000. Square Toe Light Iron Golf Club – USD 151,000. Golden Putter First Lady Special Edition – USD 150,000. Long Nosed Scarped Golf Club – USD 91,000. A.G. Spalding & Brothers Palmer Patent Fork Shaft Wood – USD 49,000.