Monday, January 08, 2007

Cheap Golf Clubs

Golf isn’t a game for the wealthy anymore. Public places like the Pebble Beach G. Links is a public golf course. Meaning, as opposed to the usual practice of the past in allowing only the club members access to the golf course, public golf course allows non membership access provided though that the green fee is played.

While it is a refreshing though, the rate to play on this public golf course is staggering expensive, it cost $425 plus $25 cart fee to play. While you do you best to scrape enough to play at Pebble Beach G. Links (BTW, Pebble Beach is named the most picturesque golf course in Western United States), you should also scrape when it comes to buying golf equipment for your use. Always use cheap golf clubs if you can.

Most common misinformation is this, cheap items like cheap golf clubs have also correspondingly cheap quality. That is purely hypothetical and wrong. Cheap doesn’t have to sacrifice quality, there are shops that sell bargain clubs at really rock bottom prices. These clubs are first rate but got out of production too late that more favorable versions were bought. Some of them are 2nd hand top quality golf clubs but is still in excellent condition. While other reputable golf club manufacturers are willing to do a trade in or even sell trade-ins for a bargain price. Cheap golf clubs doesn’t always correlate to inferior quality as long as you have the presence of mind to check every purchase. Here are some sites that offer top class cheap golf balls.

Callaway Golf

If you know Callaway, then you should know that Callaway is willing to do a trade in and a trade up for used golf clubs. Drivers, woods and hybrids, iron sets, wedges, putters, even accessories are available for trade in. Yes, cheap golf clubs can be found on Callaway.

West Coast Golf Online

West Coast Golf Online has a selection of used golf clubs ranging from $30 - $200! Not only clubs, Golf accessories and apparel can also be purchased for less. You just have to check out their deal, you won’t believe half the prices if you do browse their site. A $49.99 Tour V81 Belly Putter anyone?

Even online bidding sites like eBay and have top class cheap golf clubs on auction. A bit of surfing time, 30 minutes at most and you will have a selection that you will find rather neat. Start with any of the sites mentioned above. You can’t strike a poor bargain with them. They’re as willing to sell as you are willing to buy.


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