Originally Posted by treebound
My opinion is that as long as you are not picking up a ball still in play, and are not violating any rules of the course or your local community, then you are recycling and picking up "litter" . Some folks look down on hawking balls, possibly mostly due to recyclers who then try and sell the found balls, also possibly of the course has a program to recycle the balls themselves or contracts to divers who sucks balls out of the water hazards, but I don't have a problem per se.
Plus it is a great way to find balls to demo without having to buy a sleeve to see if you like how a particular balls plays.
No, most of them are actually in the corn field on the other side of the road, and I go at night so as not to ruffle any undue feathers so none of them are in play. Ive never sold em, I usually keep what I want and give the rest to my friends or random people who I get paired with at a course. Hoping this keeps my karma in the right direction. lol.
Originally Posted by Valleygolfer
You are disgusting. The only way to redeem yourself is to send me all the prov1s you have found.
bwhahaha, sure, for a low flat S/H fee of 199.99, lol.