Malaysia’s No.1 Used Golf Balls Provider
FAST FREE SHIPPING ON ORDERS OVER RM150 FOR KLANG VALLEY AND PENINSULAR ! NOW COD AVAILABLE FOR KLANG VALLEY !

FAQ

SHIPPING

DO YOU HAVE FREE SHIPPING?

Yes! We offer free shipping on orders over RM150 for the West and East Malaysia.

 

DO YOU PROVIDE COD?

Yes! We offer COD for Kuala Lumpur, Selangore and Klang Valley for our CUSTOMERS, for that we charge MYR7 extra

 

HOW MUCH IS SHIPPING?

Please refer to our shipping policy located in our footer

 

WHEN WILL MY ORDER SHIP?

For all orders, we ship the next business day after payment. Ex: If you placed your order on a Friday after 3pm it will be shipped out on the following Monday.

Most local Malaysian orders placed before 3pm GMT+8 during the business week will ship same day.

For more information on our transit times.

 

WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED?

We are located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

 

PRODUCTS/PRICING

WHAT QUANTITIES DO YOU SELL IN?

We sell golf balls by the 6 Balls and Dozen.

 

HOW DO YOU GRADE YOUR GOLF BALLS?

We grade and sort our golf balls into four different qualities: Mint No Logo (5A), Mint (4A), and Good (3A). Please visit our Grading Scale for more details.

 

WHY DO YOUR PRICES CHANGE?

Since we sell a used product, our prices are largely dictated by our inventory.

 

ARE YOUR PRICES IN MYR OR USD?

Our prices are in MYR.

 

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN REFINISHED AND RECYCLED?

A recycled golf ball is one that we simply wash, clean and sort for sale.

 

WHERE DO YOU GET YOUR GOLF BALLS?

We work with many premium golf courses across the country to retrieve lost golf balls. Some of these courses include PGA Tour sites.

We also buy golf balls from people who have collected thousands and need to get rid of them. If you’re local in the Klang Valley area, you can contact us about selling golf balls if you have at least 1,000 golf balls.

 

ARE YOUR GOLF BALLS LAKE BALLS OR WATERLOGGED?

With today’s technology, balls are manufactured with solid cores and it is very difficult for a golf ball to get waterlogged. Prior to 2000, a golf ball’s core was wound with rubber bands, and sometimes even a liquid core surrounded by rubber, which enabled a golf ball to become waterlogged.

With our monthly retrieval programs with top golf courses, you never have to worry about our recycled golf balls! If you have any concerns, check out our independent testing results on shot distance of our used balls versus new as well as our many satisfied customer and press reviews.