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Ice

selling golf clubs online

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Ice    0
i dunno if any of you use amazon much but they allow you to not just buy, but sell in the marketplace

however doesnt look like you can do that with golf clubs, so what im asking is does anyone know where u can? maybe point me in the right direction, i really need to sell a set

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Big_M   
I think most people use ebay.

you could also just post info on a DB and see if you get any bites.

why are you selling the clubs?

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I've sold a couple of sets on eBay without much hassle. One guy came and picked them up so I didn't even have to ship them.

If you go to freegolfinfo.com they have a buy/sell forum that's pretty active. Good luck

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. . .Selling your clubs on Ebay is the only way to go. You will be selling to the biggest marketplace in the world! The key is to take real good pictures of your items and verbally sell them in your marketing write up. It takes a little time to self educate yourself on Ebay's nuances, but when you get up to speed, it's easy.

Good luck!!

Mike

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Ice   
yea i have now sold 2 sets and 1 club on ebay, all went great until the club, i mean u got what i wanted for it but ran into a bad buyer

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I sold a set of MP-67 on Ebay about half a year ago. Everything went very smooth and was happy with what I got for them. I highly recomend using Ebay, only bad thing is they will nickle and dime you with the number of picture you post.

What's In my bag:
Driver: TaylorMade R7 425CC with 65 REAX (Co-designed by Fujikura) Mid Tip Stiff Flex
3-wood: Admas Tight Lies Tour Model 15* with Proforce V2 stiff flex Made by UST
Irons: Mizzuno GRADS MP (3-PW) S300 shafts (soon to be Project X Rifle shafts)
Wedges: 52 (standard bounce), 56* (standard bounce) & 58* (low bounce) CG12 black pearl
Putter: 34" Odyssey White Steel 2 Ball SRT Putter

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I sold them to a guy in TN i think he was a manager of a BW3's.

I am a pretty decent golfer but I don't play enough to hit the MP-67 like I would want or expect myself to. They are a very nice club but for someone who plays very often and has lots of time to fine tune their swing. If I get to ply twice or three times a week I am lucky.

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Hank   
I'm worried that the fact I have low feedback (not negative, just a low number of sales) will hurt my sale.

How do you guys combat that?

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Don't worry about the low # of feedbacks. Just make sure to take about 3 to 5 quality pics and have a very accurate description. I think the biggest mistake people make on ebay is that they don't take enough quality pictures imo.

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i dunno if any of you use amazon much but they allow you to not just buy, but sell in the marketplace

e-bay worked for me. I sold my clubs (all separate sales)...and then bought new and used for my new set. Very pleased, you can get some good deals and it's fun.

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