What determines the value of a golf club?

What determines the value of a golf club?

Condition Condition plays a major role in golf club values. The PGA Value Guide assesses two conditions: used and damaged. Used clubs have no noticeable gouging, rusting, dents, deep scratches, paint chipping or excessive wear. Iron sets must include at least 6 consecutive clubs.

How are used golf clubs evaluated for condition?

Condition is evaluated by our knowledgeable staff and the used golf club (s) is priced accordingly. Iron sets must contain a minimum of five (5) consecutive clubs with matching shafts, including a Pitching Wedge. If a PW is not included, you will be required to enter each of the irons individually.

Are the clubs in value condition playable condition?

All clubs in Value Condition are in 100% playable condition, as all of the markings will be purely cosmetic blemishes, and in no way will affect performance. This is the perfect option for the player looking for more bang for the buck. NOTE: Some irons and wedges are designed to rust over time, and is not considered adverse wear.

What do the markings on a very good condition club mean?

The markings that you will likely find on Very Good Condition products will show typical wear of models of its age. All of the wear is purely cosmetic, and will not in any way affect the performance of the club.