Cheap Golf Balls | My Go To Solution When I Need to Save on Golf Balls

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Golfing is not the cheapest sport in the world, we all know that. However, knowing where and how to find cheap golf balls is essential for saving money. Especially if you are newer to the game or your golf balls like “finding” the woods or the water. This is just one of my favorite ways to buy golf balls and save money.

Buy Them By the 100

Buying golf balls by the 100 is the best way to buy golf balls. Most of the time when I go out and play, I don’t feel like opening up a new sleeve of Pro V1’s or Callaway golf balls.  It just gets too be way too expensive in the long run. However, buying them by the 100 is a great way to save some money and have a lot of golf balls on hand.

Reload Recycled Golf Balls

100 ball bucket
Reload Recycled Golf Balls 100 Ball Bucket. Click on the picture to check it out on Amazon.com

These are my go-to golf balls when I’m in a bind and I just want to go out and play. I buy them off Amazon.com and the price is very competitive when you consider what just a dozen golf balls new would cost.

Most of these golf balls are what I call “one hit wonders”, which means that someone tee’d it up and plugged it right into the water on the very first shot. This particular bucket usually provides entry level-mid level golf balls. You might find some Titleist, Wilson, Noodle, and other brands.

Most of the golf balls fall in the range between very good and like new condition. For the money, I have not been disappointed.

If you want to check out this product click here and it will redirect you to Amazon.com

This again is just one way

I will be continuously updating the website with more ways to save on golf balls, bring you the best deals, and review some of the best golf balls there are. This article is just what it says, cheap golf balls. I hope you enjoy your bucket of balls and until next time. Cheers,

Michael

 

 

 

8 thoughts on “Cheap Golf Balls | My Go To Solution When I Need to Save on Golf Balls

  • May 23, 2018 at 12:50 pm
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    I have never been interested in golf myself but my son has just started playing so I have been looking for golf apparel online to buy him and I found your website. I have bookmarked this site for my future purchases. Do you know what would be the best driver to buy a 12-year-old beginner in golf? Thanks

  • May 23, 2018 at 12:54 pm
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    Matthew,

    Tour Edge makes a great set for a beginner child at a reasonable price. I will be doing posts in the future about the best Set drivers, irons, putters for kids. My golf instructor is a top 50 kids golf instructor in the nation and he recommends and endorses tour edge. They definitely make a very forgiving club.

    Thanks for stopping by, if you ever need to know anything else just let me know,

    Michael

  • May 23, 2018 at 1:28 pm
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    I didn’t know you could buy golf balls in bulk of that quantity.
    I will share this with my family and friends as everyone is always looking to save.
    This is a great article and I appreciate the information, I’ve shopped on Amazon a few times for phone cases ect, but I didn’t know they carried these kinds of products.
    I’m going to save your site in my browser so when I’m ready to purchase the golf balls I can use the link you’ve provided which will direct me straight there.

    Thanks again.

  • May 23, 2018 at 2:20 pm
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    Absolutely. It’s not something many golf retailers will tell you (because they want to sell you just 12 balls for a lot more money). Thanks for stopping by and more content will be added regularly! If I can ever help you out with anything just let me know,

    Cheers,
    Michael

  • May 23, 2018 at 3:43 pm
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    Hello Michael Trew,
    I agree with you about the quantity of golf ball. As we buy with large amount, we could save some as individual.

    What??? the reloadable golf ball is new to me… then I have question: in some golf competitions, what kind of golf ball they use? and then after the competition, what they do with those used ball? There are always somebody to collect all balls that were hit in daily basic, right? do you know what they would do with those balls?

  • May 23, 2018 at 4:18 pm
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    I didn’t know you could buy one hit golf balls. Most of the ones I’ve seen are pretty exorbitant. Some really great tips here. Thank you!

  • May 23, 2018 at 11:13 pm
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    Absolutely, it can be a quite significant savings. Especially if you’re playing a course with a lot of water hazards.

    Most PGA tour members play the Titlelist golf ball, these are around $50/dozen on average.

    Most pro golfers on tour don’t lose too many golf balls in the water or the woods, so some players will toss them to a fan in between holes as some players will only hit their ball a maximum number of times before they toss it to a fan (and most golfers are just really good guys anyhow) so there really isn’t that many to collect unfortunately.

    Thanks for stopping by, if I can help you out with anything ever just let me know,

    Cheers,

    Michael

  • May 23, 2018 at 11:19 pm
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    You’re welcome Vivek. I will continue to bring you some really good deals as well as I want to work to get exclusive discounts for this site on golf balls. You’re right about some being pretty exorbitant. One hit golf balls play just as well as a new golf ball in my opinion. A lot of the bad cut golf balls are weeded out and not included. These are pretty solid golf balls.

    Thanks for stopping by, if I can help you with anything just let me know,

    Michael

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