How to Find Cheap Golf Clubs

By Bobby Ingram

Finding a cheap set of playable golf clubs is a goal for many weekend golfers. Just because you don't want to break the bank to acquire a set of clubs doesn't mean that you can't still end up with clubs that you are happy to have and enjoy playing with when out on the course.

Instructions

Difficulty: Moderately Easy
Step 1
Assess your most pressing needs in a set of clubs. When purchasing on-the-cheap, you will not be able to get top-of-the-line clubs, so it's important to focus on getting clubs with traits most important to you.
Step 2
Search online for product reviews, paying careful attention to prices. Most sites will allow you to sort available products by cost, allowing you to only read reviews on clubs in your price range.
Step 3
Search eBay.com to find sets currently being sold. The online auction site can prove you with great deals, as many times clubs will sell for far below face value. However, it is important to read seller reviews to ensure you are getting what you pay for.
Step 4
Consider used clubs. Websites like 2nd Swing Golf offer a wide selection of used clubs. It is possible to find past models of popular clubs for reasonable prices if you are willing to do some searching. 
Step 5
Visit a local pro shop and speak with a pro about your desires and your price range, and ask for their advice on sets which may work best for you. 
 

About The Author

Bobby Ingram is a professional writer who majored in journalism at The College of New Jersey. In addition to work with eHow.com and GolfLink.com, Bobby has done PR with Major League Lacrosse's New Jersey Pride organization, where he served as the team's beat reporter.

ACTIVITY FEED

Adam B.  Scored 81 at  Bali Hai Las Vegas, Nevada

Steve C. joined GolfLink

John T.  Scored 71 at  GreatLife Golf & Fitness At Ottawa Ottawa, Kansas

John T. unlocked the Ace Achievement!
Placed #1 on the OsawatomieLeaderboard .

John T.  Scored 68 at  Osawatomie Osawatomie, Kansas

View Activity Feed

Video of the Day
Proper Wrist Hinge Watch Video>>

Related Articles

Article Image Callaway Golf Ball Reviews

Since joining the golf ball category, Callaway Golf has establi...

Article Image How to Choose Golf Club Sets

There was a time in the recent past that most golfers would walk into...

Article Image TaylorMade Burner Plus Irons Review

Specs Designed with those having a mid-high handicap (at lea...

Article Image The History of Callaway Big Bertha Golf Clubs

Ely Callaway, founder of Calloway Golf, chose the name Big Bert...

Article Image Types of Golf Shaft Flexes

All golfers are different and all of them have different types ...

View All Related Articles