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What do you do with your old clubs when you get new ones?

When you get a new club(s), what do you do with the old one(s)?  

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  1. 1. If you get a new club or clubs, what do you do with your old ones?

    • Trade them in on the new ones. Makes the cost of new shiny things a lot easier to justify.
    • Sell them on ebay or other sales site. No reason they shouldn't get a new life in somebody else's hands.
    • Keep them, you never know when you may want to go back to an old flame.
    • Donate them to a charity. Two words "Tax Write Off"
    • I only replace clubs which I've snapped over me knee.

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Not got enough to have started to sell, but one thing I have learned is not to give up on a new club too quickly. 

I've made a few purchases that haven't seemed to initially work out (5 hybrid, Mini driver, 5 wood) which have at times cycled out of the bag, only to come back in and later do the business. My mini-driver was the best club in my bag this spring, and my 5 hybrid has been invaluable to me the last few months while my iron game has been off - both clubs I'd initially wrote off as bad purchases. 

In future, I'll probably sell when I get a like-for-like replacement, but hang onto clubs that have something different about them. 

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Generally, at least lately, I have traded several in. I have accumulated too much over the last couple of years and needed to thin the stockpile. I am holding on to my Titleist 915D2 for now, but the TS2 is getting about as reliable, so I may trade it or pass it down to my son. Or it may just hang around as a safety. I have a 52* Vokey that may get traded for something, but I really don't need anything else right now.


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