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Posted : Tue 26th Jun 2012 20:58
not too keen on Ebay. i have a budget set (driver to putter) two vokeys, mizuno driver adn two bags to sell - but i dont know where! asked the pro and he will only take them in part ex. need the money as open entry fees are increasing and clubs aren't getting cheaper.
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Reply : Tue 26th Jun 2012 22:25
You could try www.gumtree.com
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Reply : Tue 26th Jun 2012 23:32
Why don't you want to use eBay Liam? Ive been selling on eBay for 15 years and find I get great prices when selling my golf gear. It's so popular that literally thousands of people can see your listings in days. And as I said items tend to reach a decent price.
Handicap : 18.1
Reply : Wed 27th Jun 2012 10:53
i buy and sell my clubs on ebay best thing to do is to look at the same club see what it is going for and that will give you an idea of what people are paying, i can give you a way of sending the club for less than £4 to any place in the country all you need to do is drop it off at a local shop
Reply : Thu 28th Jun 2012 11:35
We sell used golf items on our site www.redpost-golf-society.co.uk. We would be happy to advertise them for you. We operate a no sale no fee operation. Email me if interested at email@example.com
Handicap : 15
Reply : Sat 7th Jul 2012 13:18
Karl ? How do yo send clubs thro local shops ? Wit the delivery firms is it ? I'm interested as I buy and sell odd clubs from ebay and the Royal Mail and Couriers are all more than £4 ? thanks !
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