How to save money on golf

Authored by Mike Page
Posted: Friday, March 27, 2020 - 09:21

Generally, golf, its attendant equipment, and Algarve Golf Holidays can be quite expensive. Golf equipment for the avid player can become something of a worry on the budget. However, there are ways to enjoy your game and still save money on the necessary equipment. 

We have explained five creative ways that you can save money on your golf equipment. There is no need to worry. You can make use of these tips until you have the money to upgrade to top golf gears.

How to Save Money on Golf Equipment

You don't have to spend as much as you think for golf equipment. These five tips will help you save on the money you pay for golf equipment.

  1. Use the One-Day Deal Sites

One-day deal sites can help you save on the cost of golf equipment with their huge discounts. You have to follow the sites carefully to know when the deal you need comes up. Various websites offer these deals on golf equipment. One is

You need to be patient so that you can get the best deals. You should also be aware that the best of these deals sell out quickly. Immediately you see a good offer that you want, make sure you snatch it up.

You can also sign up for their mailing lists, so you will be notified every time a new deal is available. You wouldn’t have to remember to check the sites every day when you sign up for emails. Note that these deals don’t last longer than 24 hours. 

  1. Shop on Amazon

You might have shopped on Amazon before. It has some of the best deals when it comes to home appliances and gifts. What you might not know is that they also have a lot of deals on golf equipment.  You can get some incredible discounts off your choice golf equipment on Amazon.

You might also get tax-free savings online, depending on the state from which you are ordering. Other bonuses are also available if you are an Amazon Prime member. You can get free shipping, and your golf equipment will be delivered to you within two days.

  1. Check Outlet Stores

Outlet stores are not as tedious as they used to be in the old days. Now, you can check out deals from outlet stores from the comfort of your house. Outlet store sites like Goldsmith Outlet will give you clearance offers on almost unbeatable golf equipment.

You should, however, note that outlet stores mostly stock only goods that are cleared from excess stock. While you might not be getting the latest, you could get new equipment for big brands for less than half the shelf price when it was in vogue. Just be ready to pay immediately the offer you want comes up as stock quickly gets depleted.

  1. Buy Used

 If you are not so concerned about the newness of your golf equipment, you can get excellent used stuff at a sweet discount from stores. This equipment comes from avid golf players who often trade in their old equipment for a discount on new ones almost every season.

You can check for used equipment at Golf Galaxy or your local PGA Superstore. If you still a beginner or you are unsure of how much of a monetary investment you want to put into golf, used equipment is the way. You can also check on eBay and Craigslist for offers on used golf equipment.

  1. Rent the Golf Equipment

A lot of golf snobs may scoff at this idea, but if you are starting and you don't know the type of golf equipment that suits you yet, rent is the way to go. You can rent different types of equipment to find out what suits you best before you make a purchasing commitment.

There are several companies like, which would allow you to use any of their drivers after subscribing to their monthly service. Some other websites will allow you to rent a particular club for a fixed period, and you ship it back to them when done.

Whichever type of company you decide to rent from, you can save money on golf equipment by renting for a while. 


Golf is a fabulous game that helps both the mind and body. However, it can be a bit expensive, especially golf equipment. These suggestions can help you enjoy the game with the right equipment at a budget-friendly price. 



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