Trade in days

Out with the old… all in a day’s work!

Arrange a trade-in day at your golf club or golf centre to support any demo or promotional events you may run – allowing your customers to receive instant cash or credit for their old clubs.

How do trade in days work?

We will come to your location (there is no charge for this)

We will set up a small promotional stand/ trade in point. We can work both indoors and outdoors. We work in a very flexible way to best suit you.

We will give your customers an instant price for their golf clubs, but from that point there are a number of options:

  • we pay the customer immediately and take their clubs with us; or
  • we transfer money to you to add to the customer’s credit account and take their clubs with us; or
  • we can agree a price which we will pass to you as a credit note against a new set of clubs. This option allows customers to keep their current clubs while waiting for their new ones to arrive. We can then arrange collection of their old clubs from you at an agreeable point and then transfer money to you.

You can choose whether you wish for us to offer all three of these options to your customers on the day, or whether you would prefer us to just offer a selection.

In short, we offer an easy, flexible service and promise to give you more money for your trade in clubs than anyone else – all with no contract of commitment.

Email us at to find out more.

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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