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NPG Episode 47: Should You Buy Used Golf Equipment?

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I seem to recall there were a number of discussions around the topic and the consensus was that there was little if any performance difference between 5A used and new. I'll typically play 5A during casual rounds but always new for tournaments. However, I do stay away from refurbished and 4A or lower quality.

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On 8/1/2020 at 10:44 AM, cnosil said:

They have talked about used balls in the past. I am pretty sure the thought was not to buy used golf balls

That's all I play. I refuse to pay $50 for a dozen balls. I'd lose $500 worth of balls a year just at my home course. 🤣

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Everything in my bag is used other than driver and 58* wedge. I just don't trust buying a driver 2nd hand as you never know what beating it took. People love to stand on the range and bang drivers. The wedge I replace every 3 years to keep the grooves fresh as is the club I use for everything inside 80 yards.

When I bought my 714 Titleists, the 718s were on the rack for $1299. I paid $150 SHIPPED & new grips.

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