Updated: May 17
At Cash Fore Clubs we are different from other second hand sellers. Yes, we do buy and sell golf clubs in big numbers, but we take the time to make sure every customer has the best possible experience.
That is why we have invested in our own custom fit and adjustment golf facilities, meaning we can help make your second hand golf clubs truly your own.
If you know your 'prescription' (and the model of golf club allows it) we will happily adjust the length, lie or loft of your new golf clubs.
Did you know there are a number of ways to establish club length and lie? It's not as simple as just knowing your height. There are a number of factors that need to be considered, including height, leg length, arm length, wrist to floor measurement and posture.
*One of our loft and lie machines in action
Having the correct sized grips is extremely important. To small and it can make you squeeze to tight, which leads to tension - which in turn can really slow your swing down. It may also cause your wrists to get a little overactive and that can lead to all kinds of problems.
On the other end of the scale, if your grips are to large it can stop you releasing the club properly, stopping you from squaring the clubface and resulting in a push or a fade shot.
Even if standard sized grips are fine for you, having a fresh set installed will mean peak performance. After all, it's the only bit of the club you actually hold on to so you want it behaving exactly as intended.
Also, golf grips give you a quick and easy way to personalise your new clubs, really making them unique to you. Talk to one of the team about the look you are after and we will do all we can to accommodate.
Paint fill/ paint spray
Talking of customising your clubs and really making them yours - we can paint fill your clubs, either back to a factory fresh look or in a colour of your choice.
If you want to go a step further we can even have your golf clubs custom painted. Below is one of our old demo clubs. The head has been resprayed, to include our logo (yes that's painted and not a sticker) and the shaft has been sprayed as well. We use a flexible additive to the paint which means the coating performs under the strain of a golf swing as the shaft flexes.
Laser golf club engraving and etching coming soon