Before you venture onto some shady website and risk buying a counterfeit or buying at a price higher than you should be buying at, check out my top four reputable go-to websites you should ALWAYS look at when buying used golf clubs online:
Notes: Global Golf normally offers 4 used condition options: MINT (no previous use, some shop wear at most), EXCELLENT (limited wear, usually with some ball marks on the face and light scratching on the sole), VERY GOOD (normal wear for well-cared-for clubs), and VALUE (significant wear that does not affect the performance of the club).
As you might suspect, VALUE clubs are typically offered at a very deep discount and offer tremendous value for the price. Global Golf’s used club selection is right HERE.
Notes: eBay was founded over 20 years ago; it continues to improve as a platform and become safer and more convenient for buyers and sellers alike. Be sure to carefully read the details of each and every listing, including item details, shipping costs, shipping policies and return policies, so that you know exactly what you’re getting into. Sellers are required to be completely honest and disclose all necessary information to potential buyers.
Do note that you’re completely protected by eBay’s Money Back Guarantee in the event you do not receive the item described in the listing (which is very unlikely).
Notes: 3balls has been in business for many years and they currently have a very large selection of used clubs of all different brands to choose from. Free shipping is offered for orders over $99. Item conditions, which are fairly self-explanatory, are: like new, awesome, very good, bargain and poor.
Notes: Amazon has free shipping options and is fast and easy — it also has a protection in place known as the A-to-z guarantee. Be sure to carefully read the details of each and every listing, including item details, prices, shipping costs, shipping policies and return policies, so that you know exactly what you’re purchasing.