DO YOU HAVE FREE SHIPPING?
Yes! We offer free shipping on orders over RM150 for Klang Valley & Peninsula.
HOW MUCH IS SHIPPING?
Shipping rate will be calculated during checkout.
WHEN WILL MY ORDER SHIP?
We ship order on same day if you made order before 3pm. If you order after 3pm then we will ship your order on next day.
WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED?
78-2 Jalan Mega Mendung Kompleks Bandar Off Jalan Klang lama 58200 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
WHAT QUANTITIES DO YOU SELL IN?
Its your choice how many balls you want to buy.
HOW DO YOU GRADE YOUR GOLF BALLS?
We grade and sort our golf balls into 3 different qualities: 5A, 4A, and 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 RM OR USD?
Our prices are in RM.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN REFINISHED AND RECYCLED?
A recycled golf ball is one that we simply wash, clean and sort for sale.
A refinished, or refurbished, golf ball is one that we send to a factory that has been manufacturing golf balls for over 80 years in the world wide to recondition the appearance. During this modern process, the golf ball is repainted and receives a new clearcoat to ensure a durable product and look just like new. A refinished golf ball will have no player markings or logos from previous players and will perform like new without any depreciation in performance.
WHERE DO YOU GET YOUR GOLF BALLS?
We work with many premium golf courses across the country to retrieve lost golf balls.
We also buy golf balls from people who have collected thousands and need to get rid of them. If you’re local in the Kuala Lumpur or Selangor area, you can contact us about selling golf balls if you have at least 1,000 golf balls. Otherwise, the minimum to sell golf balls to us is 5,000.
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.