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OnCourse Clubs - Value???

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Im trying to sell some golf clubs on ebay that are in pretty good shape but idk where to start, first off im not sure what the brand name is & i know little next to nothing about golf i love to play golf but right now im trying to get rid of it so i can buy some video games im really passionate about gaming, im just a teenager trying to make money but idk where to start how much i should sell them for can someone please help a teen out!? here are some pics

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I've never heard of that brand.. if that's even a brand.  And they look ancient.  In all honesty I think they're probably bargain bin material.

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And they look ancient.  In all honesty I think they're probably bargain bin material.

Yeah it's going to be tough to sell.

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They look pretty old and not a brand name I recognize.  I highly doubt you'd get more than $5, if it even sold.

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I'll bet he found them under a bridge. Isn't that where trolls live?

Why would you think he is a troll? I didn't see anything crazy about what he was asking....

A little sensitive?

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I'm afraid the others are right. I work at a golf shop and we we wouldn't touch those if you wanted to trade them in...not a name brand, and pretty old. I can't imagine anyone would want them. You might consider donating them to your local First Tee program.

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I hadn't heard of that brand before, either, so I looked up the trademark: registered in April 1991 , specializing in catalog sales and services to the wholesale and retail golf industry.

So, it seems the clubs were made for the catalog/mail order market. The one shown in the original poster's photo looks an early 1990s metal wood, based upon my recollections of the metal woods I was using in that era.

Interestingly, it appears that oncourse is still in business (the trademark having been re-registered), still in the mail order/online/catalog sales sector, still using a target-type logo, but these days limited to selling accessories , not clubs.

To the original poster: sorry, but I agree with the other people here - the most that club will sell for is a couple of bucks in the Goodwill bargain barrel.

But it's still useful as a golf club...so why not take your clubs to the range and have fun hitting them?

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