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How Do I Sell Iron Set

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Maybe consider donating them to charity and write them off on your taxes. The write off could be more than what you sell them for. 

Ebay sells clubs if you want to register there

This website, (I think) has a selling forum. 

Want adds? Nifty Nickle?

 

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20 minutes ago, Sandtrapp220 said:

I can't get to the market.

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1 hour ago, Patch said:

write them off on your taxes.

Not many will be able to do this going forward especially if their mortgage is paid off. I hate having stuff sit around so I sold a set of Ping Gs's for $60 on Craig's list last year. Included an Adidas bag, 30 shag balls, plus a Nike driver and a couple other clubs. A complete set. I made the guy's day. He thought I was quitting the game! Met him in the parking lot of my office.

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7 minutes ago, dennyjones said:

Donate them to First Tee!

I gave my last two sets to the pro at my course, he got them into deserving hands.

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The set is Same length clubs made by 1 iron. Thought i  could sell them here on the market site. I  found out I have to have more posts to have that done open up for me. 

Thanx for the info tho. 

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3 hours ago, dennyjones said:

Donate them to First Tee!

The last time I tried to do that, I was told that they no longer except used club donations…

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9 hours ago, David in FL said:

The last time I tried to do that, I was told that they no longer except used club donations…

I donated my old clubs last year.   They were more than willing to accept them.  

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7 minutes ago, dennyjones said:

I donated my old clubs last year.   They were more than willing to accept them.  

 

9 hours ago, David in FL said:

The last time I tried to do that, I was told that they no longer except used club donations…

May have been local conditions. Habitat for Humanity near me sometimes fills up and only accepts new items, other time they will take gently used.

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1 hour ago, dennyjones said:

I donated my old clubs last year.   They were more than willing to accept them.  

Maybe different rules for different “chapters”.  Such a great organization, it’s certainly worth asking.

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50 minutes ago, Sandtrapp220 said:

Problem I have is , I have no idea how much to ask for a full set. 3-pw 1 iron golf clubs . All the same length clubs.

Not quite sure either, it looks like that full set new is $799. Depending on how heavily used they are, I imagine you could find someone interested at a price point between $200-400 or so. The biggest problem is just since they're not exactly a well known brand (I can't find a set of them for sale on eBay) the depreciation hit on them will be larger than if they were a major brand like Titleist or Mizuno.

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Thanx Pretz, I think I'll try and sell the for $250.00 and see where it goes from there.

Also selling Mizuno 825   pro's . Got so many clubs. 

Thank again for the response.😉

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