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How and where to get a deal on the best cheap golf balls

How and where to get a deal on the best cheap golf balls
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Theo Thimou |

Everybody knows golf can be an expensive sport. Just consider this parody video by comedian John Crist who quips, “I saved 94 strokes on my golf game…by quitting!”

But if hitting the links remains near and dear to your heart, there are ways to cut down on the cost so your wallet can stay flush with green while you’re on the green.

For example, you may be wondering how and where to get a deal on golf balls. Here’s what you need to know before you start shopping for the best cheap golf balls.

Clark’s favorite place for cheap golf balls

Money expert Clark Howard isn’t shy about his love for Costco Wholesale. Turns out his favorite warehouse club is also a great place to buy your golf balls.

Right now, you can get a 2-dozen package of Kirkland Signature 3-piece V2.0 urethane cover golf balls for $24.99. Reviews for this ball are glowing. Customers give it 4.5 out of 5 stars on the Costco website.

To cite just one example of many, a customer named weemanss said, “Costco nailed it with these balls, incredible for $1 each,” also noting the ball delivers a “soft feel in the areas you want it (around and on the green) and firm (not hard) off the driver and irons.”

Where else can you look for the best cheap golf balls?

Whenever you’re talking about any kind of sporting equipment, you should consider buying used. For example, Play It Again Sports is a national chain that puts a heavy emphasis on used sporting equipment. They have more than 300 locations across the country and sell 3-packs of used golf balls starting as low as $1.49.

You can also look online at sites like Amazon and eBay for both used and new golf balls.

Meanwhile, Callaway Golf Pre-Owned typically has a sale to celebrate the U.S. Open that has in the past offered savings of an extra 25% on your entire order. So you’re saving money buying used and getting an extra savings on top of that!

If you’re leaning towards new, you’ll find many mainstream retailers including big-box stores like Walmart and Target have golf balls. And then, of course, there are the sporting goods stores like Dick’s, Academy Sports, Hibbett Sports and more.

Finally, there are the daily deal sites where you can occasionally catch a deal. For example, Woot has previously offered a dozen Oncore Golf ELIXR PGA Tour golf balls for $22.99. Compare that price to $34.99 at Walmart.

In all, there are many places you can score a deal on golf balls. Sign up for our newsletter to be notified whenever a deal becomes available!

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