Where to Buy Cheap Used Golf Clubs

By Colleen Morrison

For cheap golf clubs, you could look for those that are inexpensive by anyone's standards or perhaps you'll find high-end used clubs that are relatively low in price.

Absolutely Cheap

Make the rounds of local yard sales. You can frequently find a modest set, particularly if you're looking for something to fit a junior golfer, for a cheap price.

Nearly Absolutely Cheap

Second-hand stores have all kinds of hidden surprises. A Salvation Army store probably has a bin of older used clubs. You'll need to pick through them to see if there is anything worth using.

Might Be a Good Deal

Read the classified ads in your local newspaper or scour the Internet on sites such as Craigslist. It helps to have a good understanding of prices for clubs to determine your price range.

More or Less Affordable

Visit a consignment store that specializes in recycled sporting goods. Play It Again Sports pays cash for gently used sports equipment, which it turns around and resells.

Relatively Inexpensive

Check with a golf specialty shop or your local pro shop. You might not find rock-bottom prices and the selection will be limited, but if they have used clubs in the shop, you'll be able to get a discount.

About The Author

Colleen Morrison has been writing professionally for two decades. She holds an M.A. from the University of Wyoming and a Ph.D. in history from Arizona State University. She ghostwrites articles, blogs and Web content for her clients. Articles under her name appear at M&M, eHow, Golflink and other sites.

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