Where can I sell old golf clubs?

Here are the best strategies to help you sell golf clubs in 2020 and beyond.

  • eBay. Arguably one of the best and oldest ways to sell your golf clubs online is good old eBay.
  • Craigslist.
  • OfferUp.
  • 2nd Swing Golf.
  • Trade-In Programs.
  • Social Media.
  • Your Golfing Buddies (or Country Club)
  • Pawn Shops.

Are old golf clubs any good?

Golf clubs of a recent vintage are always an excellent value provided they’re in good condition and fit you reasonably well. If you do a little research and get guidance from a knowledgeable friend or good sales person, used clubs can definitely be the way to go.

What golf clubs are collectible?

Here’s a look at 11 classic golf clubs or sets of clubs from the past and what they’re worth today.

  • Cleveland VAS 792 Irons.
  • TaylorMade Burner Bubble driver.
  • Titleist 975D driver.
  • Callaway Steelhead fairway woods.
  • Callaway Big Bertha War Bird driver.
  • Ben Hogan Apex PC Forged Blade irons.
  • Tommy Armour Silver Scot 845 irons.

How do you price used golf clubs?

Golf club prices: How much they’re worth

Golf Club Golf Club Trade-In Stores (PGA Value Guide) Online Marketplaces (eBay, after fees)
Titleist MB 714 Steel Iron Set (4-PW) $99 $357
Ping i25 Driver $50 $113
Ping S55 Iron Set (4-PW) $65 $285
Nike VR-S Covert Tour Driver $29 $143

What are old golf clubs called?

There were clubs called mashies and niblicks (and mashie-niblicks); cleeks and jiggers; baffies and spoons, among others. Today, we call such clubs “antique golf clubs” or “historical golf clubs,” or obsolete or archaic clubs. Perhaps the better name, though, would be “pre-modern clubs.”

Do old golf clubs have value?

Common vintage golf clubs in today’s market are worth $10-$20. The same club 10-15 years ago would have been worth $40-$50. The demand was much higher back then, especially with foreign buyers.

What are the rarest golf clubs?

Top 10 most expensive golf clubs in the world

  1. Andrew Dickson Long Nosed Putter – USD 181,000.
  2. Simon Cossar Fruitwood Metal Headed Putter – USD 165,000.
  3. Square Toe Light Iron Golf Club – USD 151,000.
  4. Golden Putter First Lady Special Edition – USD 150,000.
  5. Long Nosed Scarped Golf Club – USD 91,000.

What do you do with old golf clubs?

What to Do With Old Golf Clubs

  • Donation. One way to get rid of your old clubs while helping others in the process is to donate them to an organization or business.
  • Trade-in. Another option is to try to trade in your clubs on a new set.
  • Selling. Of course, you can always sell your clubs individually or as a set.

How often should I replace my golf clubs?

Generally for club golfers changing your irons every year is going to be overkill and looking at new options every three to four years is a better time frame. The research says you can get a good 300 rounds out of irons before you need to start looking at replacements.

What’s the value of a vintage golf club?

Common vintage golf clubs in today’s market are worth $10-$20. The same club 10-15 years ago would have been worth $40-$50. The demand was much higher back then, especially with foreign buyers.

How can I tell the value of a wood golf club?

If your looking for a value on your wood shaft golf clubs, the first thing you need to do is to make sure that the shaft is in fact made of real wood. Many club manufactures have produced clubs that have metal shafts with a wood grain finish. Grab a magnet and check this first, because if it’s metal, you are already wasting your time…

Where can I Sell my Old golf clubs?

You can also sell your vintage golf clubs through an antique broker online. Larry and Carole Meeker are antique dealers and own AntiqBuyer.com and Patented-Antiques.com. The Meekers will list and sell your antique golf clubs for you.

How much is an old Invincible golf club worth?

An antique Invincible Hillerich & Bradsby Co golf club in worn condition with a hickory shaft sold for about $17. If you are inexperienced at buying or selling antique golf clubs, there are resources available that can help you determine the value of antique golf clubs you may have or are thinking about buying.