We know golf can be an expensive game. More than ever, the game ends up a casualty of a limited budget. We say that’s no way to live! That’s why we brainstormed 15 ways you can keep some extra change in your pocket and pursue golf in ways you might not have considered before. Granted, these ideas aren’t for everybody. But we bet there are a couple you might scratch your head and think: I might have to try this.
Much like cars, there is a substantial used market. Unlike cars, most golfers don’t know about it. Sites such as the PGA.com Value Guide and 3balls.com offer top-notch equipment at a fraction of its original cost. And if you have some old clubs you no longer want, you can trade them in to lessen the amount of cash coming out of your own pocket for the purchase.
Take a part-time job on a golf course
Even if it’s eight hours a week, employees usually get free golf. If you have some free time and are wondering how to utilize it, we can’t think of a better way than giving back to a local course, earning some cash, and getting some discounted tee times.