There's a lot of talk at the moment commenting on the prices of used golf clubs.
There is no doubt prices have crept up over the last year. Golf has seen a real surge during the Coronavirus pandemic, and basic economics will dictate that when demand outstrips supply prices are only going to head one way.
With new clubs on back order and, in some cases, taking months to arrive it's no surprise more people than ever are turning to the quality used golf club market.
But it certainly does present an opportunity for all you golfers (or ex golfers) who have a redundant set of clubs sat around collecting dust. There has never been a better time to get the best possible price for your clubs.
Great prices, no hassle and no fees. You can sell us your golf clubs and have then money in your account almost immediately.
Used golf clubs still represent fantastic value
So with prices for used golf clubs at an all time high, does it mean it is the wrong time to buy? Not at all.
They may cost a little more than they used to, but there is a difference between cost and value. A good quality used set of golf clubs have already suffered their initial depreciation and will have a fantastic residual value.
In short, you're not going to lose much money when you come to sell.
So buy used, get a quality set within a matter of days, and be safe in the knowledge your new purchase will not suffer huge depreciation.
It would almost be rude not to buy a new club wouldn't it? :)