Rock Bottom Golf has 40 At Cost Gift Ideas for you, from drivers to wedges to outerwear and shoes. They also have 30% off recycled golf balls.
Maple Hill Golf has some early Black Friday Deals running through the weekend: TaylorMade R15 Drivers for $199.99 … TaylorMade RocketBladez Irons (6-AW) for $199.99 … and PowerBilt 14-way Cart Bags for $49.99. There are dozens more and they’re all here.
Budget Golf this week is selling Volvik Probismuth Golf Balls for only $24.96 a dozen. “The Volvik ProBismuth is a three-piece, tour performance golf ball made for low-handicap golfers who are looking for the perfect blend of performance and accuracy.” Good price point for a tour ball.
Budget Golf has a nice deal on Bridgestone B330-RX Golf Balls this week — just $25.96. This is the 2013 model of that ball. Sweet price.
Rock Bottom Golf is having a Taylor Made Blowout with the usual great prices on all things TaylorMade. No promo code needed. Clubs, balls, bags…the works.
Maple Hill Golf Club has cut the price of two dozen Bridgestone B330 RX Golf Balls to $51.99. These are a prior generation model and the price is good through Wednesday, 9/30.
If you’re like me, your supply of “eggs” is running low this late in the season. You can stock up at Rock Bottom Golf’s Golf Ball Clearance this week, featuring a bunch of $9.99 offerings. That includes some recycled tour grade balls as well as new distance balls.
Budget Golf’s deals this week include Srixon Q-Star Golf Balls for only $16.96. They have them in white and yellow.
Dallas Golf is selling 3 dozen TaylorMade AeroBurner Soft Golf Balls for only $49.00. No promo code needed.
Rock Bottom Golf is having a “Jackpot Sale” — their cost is your cost on a bunch of balls and gloves. How about Bridgestone E6 Golf Balls for $14.08 a dozen (not recycled)… B330RX for $24.11… Callaway Hex Hot, Hex2 Hot, and Hex2 Hot+ for $10.12… and recycled mint Callaway Super Soft Golf Balls for $9.11 a dozen.
I usually pick a highlight or two from Budget Golf’s Deals of the Week, but this week brings quite a few that are tough to overlook…so here they are:
Adidas ClimaProof GoreTex Rain Jackets are only $79.96 …TaylorMade R15 White Drivers are down to $319.96 …TRUE Motion Golf Shoes are only $59.96… Bridgestone E6 Golf Balls are $15.96 a dozen … and Bushnell Tour X Jolt Laser Rangefinders are only $429.95.
First of two today from Global Golf: You can save up to 85% at their Annual Summer Tent Sale. All kinds of stuff in there. Enjoy the hunt.
Dick’s Sporting Goods has the Top-Flite Gamer and Gamer Soft at Buy One – Get One Free …netting them down to $10 a dozen. The discount will happen automatically in the cart.
Rock Bottom Golf celebrates the PGA Championship with an extra 20% off sitewide. Use promo code pga at checkout. They’re also offering a 50% trade-in bonus on your used clubs, which is a very nice deal.
Carlsbad Golf Center has a nice deal on Wilson Staff DUO Golf Balls: 3 dozen for just $35.99. That’s a darned good ball for $12 a dozen… and they’re new, not recycled.
For the rest of the month, GolfEtail takes an extra $10 off any order of $75 or more. Use Code: LSBE0815 at checkout.
Rock Bottom Golf has a ball deal running: an $8.99 Golf Ball Sale with a bunch of options at that price — new and recycled. And they still have a previous sale going: Under-$10 Ladies Golf Ball steals.
Tired of running out of golf balls, especially when working on your swing and hitting it all over the map? Here’s one good answer for that: Taylor Made Golf’s Official Store is selling 144-ball packs of the Lethal Golf Ball for only $280. They also have a 50-pack for $100 or a 20-pack for $45. This summary of the Lethal comes from a good player (and former club pro) who posts on one of the online golf forums: “You may not find a better ball out there period. It’s a great ball. I still have a few dozen in the stash. It always played right in between a ProV1 and X for me and was way more durable than the Titleist balls in terms of shear resistance and scuff. The ’13 and ’15 ProV1’s fixed that problem and are great, too, but they aren’t $2 a ball.“