So, you got a bunch of golf balls piling up in your garage or basement and don't know what to do with them? We'll make it quick and easy for you to get rid of them and make some money in the process. We'll cover the shipping cost.
1. Pack your balls into USPS Priority Mail® Box - 7
(order boxes for free from USPS
or get it from your local post office). We only accept balls in this box which holds 200 balls.
2. Let us know how many boxes you have filled and we'll send you a pre-paid USPS Priority Mail shipping label.
3. Make sure the box is securely taped on all sides and have USPS pick it up from your doorstep or drop off at your nearest USPS location.
4. Once we receive the balls, we'll inspect them and send you a check or a Two Guys with Balls gift card. If you choose to get a Two Guys gift we'll add an additional 15% to your gift card.
We generally pay anywhere from $0.02 to $0.65 per ball. Yes, it's a big range and it will depend on the brand/model, age and condition of the balls. For example, if's a current year Eagle grade Pro V1 we'll pay you $0.65, but a Par grade lower end ball that's not been in production for 5 years will likely get you $0.02. Once we receive your balls we'll assess the condition and brands/models within 2-3 weeks and mail you a check or provide you with store credit (remember you get 15% extra if you choose store credit). We promise to be fair and reasonable in our assessment of the value of the balls you send us. That said our decision on the valuation of your balls are final.
We accept any model from the following brands.
Titleist, Bridgestone, Callaway, TaylorMade, Srixon, Vice, Snell, OnCore, Mizuno
All balls must be in playable condition and at least meet our Par grading standard. This means no cuts or large scuff marks that makes the ball unplayable. We also don't accept brands such as Top Flite, Pinnacle, Noodle etc. While we'd love to help take them off your hands, we don't sell any of these balls and therefore does not make sense for us to buy them.
No. We will clean and sanitize the balls, however, we ask that you give the balls a quick wash to remove any lose dirt. This will also help us process these balls faster and better assess the condition.
Each USPS box must have 200 balls. You don't need to count the balls, just make sure the box weighs 20 lbs. Note that the pre-paid shipping label will not work if your package weighs more than 20 lbs.
These boxes can get banged up in transit, so please be generous with packaging tape around the box including top, bottom, sides and seams.