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  • dougmcp
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    That's cheap, good find!

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  • prosclubcar
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    If your in the West Palm Beach area or DelRay Beach area of Florida, they just opened a PGA "Superstore". I hit them on the grand opening and they had a pallet of wilson, 30 count for $4.99! That was best I EVER paid. Bought 6 boxes. While they may not have that deal still, they do have a big display of logo overage balls at about .50 each.

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  • pjmia96
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    or Possibly Amazon in used

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  • pjmia96
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    ebay

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  • Michael Eddie
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    Posted earlier by dougmcp View Post
    Did I mention I'm dyslexic...... It's $0.50 (50 cents).
    Thanks for the heads up.
    I was hoping it was .05!

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  • dougmcp
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    Posted earlier by Matti View Post
    .05 or .50?
    Did I mention I'm dyslexic...... It's $0.50 (50 cents).
    Thanks for the heads up.

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  • Michael Eddie
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    Posted earlier by dougmcp View Post
    I buy my balls used for about $.050 apiece from http://www.golfballnut.com/
    .05 or .50?

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  • dougmcp
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    I buy my balls used for about $.050 apiece from http://www.golfballnut.com/

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  • jonbradham
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    Consider chatting with your home-course superintendant. Golf course maintenance workers find tons of balls. They are typically sold to used ball distributors, but I'm sure they would be willing to sell them to you. Who knows, you may even buy some that you've lost before!

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  • devehrey
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    Actually, you can browse over online store. Or you may try second-hand or preloved items if that's fine with you. Other than that, if you really can't find a good deal, you can go to every golf shop you normally go to and look for a promo or a special offers. Shops, for sure, would give discounts sometimes. Just be friendly to the salesmen and know what you really want to buy.
    Last edited by Michael Eddie; August 17, 2010, 06:42 PM. Reason: No advertisting or posting links on the website

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  • Fred
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    You might try "lostgolfballs.com" I haven't used them yet because I seem to find plenty of OPB's (Other Peoples Balls) in the rough and in water hazzards on my course. They have all makes and condition used balls from near new too very used.

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  • VUCACART
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    Posted earlier by RideNGolf View Post
    I guess now is not the best time to remind you about that money ya owe me
    Money? I'm old and broke!!!

    I think your age is getting to you! hehe

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  • VUCACART
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    Posted earlier by TanMan1983 View Post
    I think that any sporting goods store should have a nice discount set, or maybe you can consider purchasing them used?
    Yes I would purchase them used. They are just for practice around the house. I think I am guna go wit you guys and get them online like on ebay or craigslist.

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  • RideNGolf
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    I guess now is not the best time to remind you about that money ya owe me

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  • Betteridden
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    ebay, I always get practice balls there

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