Golf clubs

Mistakes to avoid when buying used golf clubs

Common mistakes to avoid when buying used golf clubs

There’s nothing wrong with buying used clubs. In fact, purchasing second hand golf clubs is better for your wallet and the environment! However, just like when purchasing anything second hand, there are certain things you need to avoid to make sure that you are getting your hands on top quality goods for your money. At Cash Fore Clubs, we are advocates of buying second hand golf clubs, so in this

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How to choose the right clubs for you

So, you’ve decided that golf is the game for you and now you need to choose which clubs to buy. You take a trip to your local golf superstore or pro-shop, and wow, there are a lot to choose from! Perhaps you should buy the set that’s on offer, or the brand that Rory McIlroy uses?  Carbon shafts look good, and what about that new driver you keep seeing adverts

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Photo of a bag of golf clubs with a man playing golf in the background

Tips on how to sell your golf clubs

If you’re a golf enthusiast, you know that golf clubs can be expensive. Whether you’ve upgraded to a newer set or just don’t play as much as you used to, you might be wondering how much your second-hand golf clubs are worth and how to go about making money from them. Luckily, there are many options for selling your golf clubs for cash. What are my clubs worth? The value

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Golf bag with different clubs in

What is included in a full set of golf clubs?

Golf is a challenging sport that requires the right equipment to play well. One of the most essential pieces of equipment you need is a full set of golf clubs.  The official rules state that you are allowed up to 14 golf clubs in your bag during the game. However, 14 is a maximum limit, meaning you can have less if you don’t feel that you need them all.  Typically,

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CFC Condition Guide


5  – BRAND NEW – never been hit.
4 – VERY GOOD – This club has been hit a handful of times, may have a few very minimal marks.
3 – GOOD – This club has been used for a few rounds, shows signs of use but no major dings or chips.
2 – FAIR – Well used, still in completely playable condition but will show signs of wear and tear. Minor stone chips may be visible on the sole.
1 – POOR – This club will have heavy play marks, paint missing, with visible dents and chips.

NOT SELLABLE – major dents or stone chips on playing surface of club.


5  – BRAND NEW – still in wrapper – never been used.
4 – VERY GOOD – Have been hit a few times, but could still pass as new.
3 – GOOD – No major marks, but may show light signs of use, for example light scratching.
2 – FAIR – Signs of wear and tare, but no major bag rub and no rust marks. stickers may be starting to peel.
1 – POOR – Very visibly used with various age-related marks. Shaft sticker may be peeled or missing.

NOT SELLABLE – major bag rub or major pitting and rusting of shaft.


5 – BRAND NEW – As it says on the tin, this grip is brand new, with protective wrapper still in place.
4 – VERY GOOD – 
As new and completely clean, would only have been played a handful of times.
3 – GOOD
 – Played with, showing some minor imperfections, but have plenty of golf left in them.
2 – USED – Well used, with some more obvious imperfections. Still playable, but will likely need replacing fairly soon.
1 – POOR – Needs replacing with rubber shiny and splitting.

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