Let’s face it. Most golfers have acquired golf equipment, books, magazines, computer games, CD’s or balls that just don’t fit their needs any longer . Maybe your driver had to go from a stiff shaft to a senior shaft, or you need golf balls with less compression or a softer touch, or maybe some piece of equipment was well reviewed, but just didn’t work for you. No matter what the reason, many of us have golf stuff that is not good for us, but might be just perfect for someone else. Maybe you have a Time Share program, a condo in a golfing community, antiques or rare photos, or anything else golf related.
If you have something that you would like to sell, send us an actual picture of the item if you have one. Often times we can get a stock photo online, but not always.
Go to the “What’s Up” section of this Blog, or the Archives. At the bottom of any post and list you’ll find in the lower portion a “Leave a Reply” box. Type a description (so we don’t get anything wrong) and we will help you try to sell it. TIP: When looking to purchase used golf equipment they are always looking for a bargain. You may have a product that is every bit as good as a new one, but folks do not want to pay for new. KEEP YOUR PRICES IRRESISTIBLE ! This is the best way to sell, and sell quick. Remember: this is usually stuff that is just collecting dust that you’re finished with. You know, uncluttering things.
We will contact you for full details and any photos you may have. If you have no photos we can use “Stock Pictures” if we can find any online.
There is a $3.00 fee for items posted in A Slice of Golf. In the event that your item does not sell, please notify us, and the add will be run for another month for free, also if it DOES sell, let us know so we can remove you post. Feel free to bundle multiple items, and let us know if it’s okay to break up the bundle. Please notify us if you want this transaction to be run through PayPal and we’ll make arrangements.
DO NOT SEND US YOUR SALE ITEM. The mailing of your product will be worked out between yourself and your buyer. A Slice of Golf will not be handling your products or the money for the transaction (Unless you use our PayPal). Unlike other venues we do not get a percentage of the sale price.
Why post with us rather than E-Bay or some other outlet. Well, this blog is exclusively for golfers. Where better to let folks know what golf stuff you have for sale. Serious lookers with serious intent. This just seems like a natural to us. And here’s another great reason to list with us. 10% of all A Slice of Golf profits are donated to St. Jude’s Children”s Hospital. This is a great organization and deserves all the help they can get.
The “For Sale Page” is a service “A Slice of Golf” provides to our readers only. This allows readers to post items for sale to other readers. Both sellers and buyers can benefit by this service.
Our major emphasis is on golfing equipment, but this section is open to selling on all sorts of products. So open up your closet and see what you would like to sell. Remember: the best attitude is that this is stuff you’re trying to clear out rather than making a big profit.
There is a $3.00 fee for items posted in A Slice of Golf. In the event that your item does not sell, please notify us, and the add will be run for another month for free, also if it DOES sell, let us know so we can remove you post. Feel free to bundle multiple items. Please let us know if you want your sell to go through PayPal and we’ll make arrangements.
We must emphasize “Buyer Beware”. We at “A Slice of Golf” take no responsibility for any item listed, or the results of any transaction. We never handle the shipping, warranties, guarantees or quality control between member sellers and buyers. All ratings of merchandise is rated by the seller and NOT any national rating system.
We assume that all sellers and buyers are honest and honorable in their dealings. But again; both buyers and sellers should beware and take reasonable precautions in any dealings concerning money, guarantees, shipping, exchanging of personal information, and time frames.
Please discuss all aspects of these purchases or full disclosure with one another.