Titleist Pro V1 & Pro V1x Golf Balls

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Titleist Pro V1 & Pro V1x Golf Balls
Price: $15.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Friday, Mar 03 to Monday, Mar 06) + transit
Condition: Refurbished

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As Adam Goldburgh says, “Balls”.

How do you refurbish a golf ball?

Package it in bulk!

Golf is a 4 letter word,
the cost to play it absurd.
You really need a ball,
and that’s not all.
Buy them and don’t be a nerd.

They paint them and print “refurbished” on the ball. They really don’t perform very well.

Balls! cried the queen, the king laughed cause he had to.

How filthy are the refurb’ed golf balls? Have they been washed?

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These are Titelist brand and they will perform as new.

Refurbished is bad for golf balls, they paint them and you lose the whole reason people pay $$$ for Pro V1’s. The only used golf balls I would want are those that have simply been rinsed.

Per the Sports Team: Basically, they are inspected then cleaned, repainted and the logo reapplied. The link below is on the vendor’s youtube channel and explains the process.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8sBatzDwr0

If you are going to play used golf balls, which I almost frequently do, you want to stick to recycled. Refinished balls have a coat of paint which can affect the performance of the ball. Refinishing companies will tell you that they perform the same, and to the average golfer they probably do, but just don’t think you’re getting $50 golf balls out of this deal.

The Reload Titleists you sell, sometimes for as low as $3.99/dz are a much better deal!

That is just not true. They perform as well as any new ball that’s been played a few holes.