Have some golf clubs lying around that you'd like to trade in for cash or credit towards the purchase of new golf equipment from a local PGA Professional-staffed golf shop or golf retailer? It's as easy as 1-2-3 with the PGA.com Value Guide.
1. Find the trade-in value for all of your clubs
First, go to the PGA.com Value Guide site and choose the "Trade-In" tab. You should see a screen like this:
You can look up the trade-in value on virtually any golf club made in the past 10 years. And because the PGA.com Value Guide is the national standard for golf club values, you'll know you're getting the fair market value.
2. Complete the quick and easy online process
Once you've decided on which clubs to trade, you can print a free FedEx Return Merchandise Authorization label, then drop your clubs off at your local FedEx Office location where they will be shipped in for payment. If your trade-ins are worth $50 or more, you will receive free shipping, and if they are worth $100 or more, you will also get a free box and packaging services. Or you can find a local PGA Trade-In Network Facility near you to bring in your clubs to trade in person.
3. Get paid and buy new equipment
You can select to be paid by either check or with a PGA credit certificate. Checks are mailed out every Friday and PGA credit certificates are e-mailed out the day your clubs are received. If you select the PGA credit certificate option, you will receive a bonus 5%-10% in value, and you can then print and redeem the credit certificate at any of over 5,000 participating PGA Trade-In Network locations nationwide towards the purchase of new golf equipment or other services.
Just use this "Find a Pro" page to locate the PGA Trade-In Network locations nearest you: