13 Best Recycled & Used Golf Balls

List Updated July 2020

Bestselling Recycled & Used Golf Balls in 2020


50 Titleist AAA Good Quality Used Golf Balls

50 Titleist AAA Good Quality Used Golf Balls
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • This mixed Titleist Mix pack is a great way to experience many of Titleist's popular models at a great price, without sacrificing the quality your golf game demands

Callaway 50 Mix Near Mint AAAA Used Golf Balls

Callaway 50 Mix Near Mint AAAA Used Golf Balls
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • 50 CALLAWAY MIX NEAR MINT AAAA USED GOLF BALLS

TaylorMade Noodle Recycled Golf Balls Mix (Pack of 50)

TaylorMade Noodle Recycled Golf Balls Mix (Pack of 50)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • This noodle mixed golf balls is great for the golfer that is looking to play a noodle golf ball but doesn't prefer one 50PK-NO-Mix-1-COM over another
  • This Mix will contain 50 golf balls
  • Professional testing by an independent lab show there is no performance loss between a new golf ball, a Recycled golf ball, and a refinished golf ball

Top Flite 48 Recycled Golf Balls in Mesh Bag

Top Flite 48 Recycled Golf Balls in Mesh Bag
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Pay a fraction of the new ball price
  • Solid core construction
  • Mixture of all Top Flite models
  • Play the best balls at a fraction of the new ball price
  • Top Flite Used Golf Balls
  • AAA+ Condition
  • Great For Practice or Play

50 Near Mint Titleist Pro V1 AAAA Recycled Used Golf Balls, 50-Pack

50 Near Mint Titleist Pro V1 AAAA Recycled Used Golf Balls, 50-Pack
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • 50 Near Mint Titleist Pro V1 AAAA Recycled Used Golf Balls, 50-Pack

Titleist Player Mix 48 Recycled Golf Balls, White

Titleist Player Mix 48 Recycled Golf Balls, White
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • 48 Titleist golf balls
  • Styles include DT, solo, NXT and others
  • Quality is 3a/4a Mix. Playable, but cosmetically challenged
  • Enjoy many of the top styles from this brand at up to 85% off the new ball price, without affecting playability

Bridgestone B330 Tour Mix Mint Recycled Golf Balls (Pack 24)

Bridgestone B330 Tour Mix Mint Recycled Golf Balls (Pack 24)
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Buy from the world's largest Manufacturer of Recycled and refinished golf balls
  • For at least half the price of new
  • Professional testing by an independent lab show there is no performance loss between a new golf ball, a Recycled golf ball, and a refinished golf ball
  • 24 golf balls for extra value

50 TITLEIST PRO V1X 2014 AAAA NEAR MINT USED GOLF BALLS

50 TITLEIST PRO V1X 2014 AAAA NEAR MINT USED GOLF BALLS
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • 50 TITLEIST PRO V1X 2014 AAAA NEAR MINT USED GOLF BALLS

Titleist Pro V1X 2016 Recycled Golf Balls (Pack 24)

Titleist Pro V1X 2016 Recycled Golf Balls (Pack 24)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Buy from the world's largest Manufacturer of Recycled and refinished golf balls
  • For at least half the price of new
  • Professional testing by an independent lab show there is no performance loss between a new golf ball, a Recycled golf ball, and a refinished golf ball
  • 24 golf balls for extra value

Titleist Recycled Golf Balls in Mesh Bag (48-Pack)

Titleist Recycled Golf Balls in Mesh Bag (48-Pack)
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Perfect for practice or play
  • Great for novice or beginner
  • Renowned for being durable
  • Assorted Titleist Recycled Golf Balls
  • 48 Golf Balls in a reusable Drawstring Bag

Color Various Brands Recycled Golf Balls in Mesh Bag (Yellow 48 Pack)

Color Various Brands Recycled Golf Balls in Mesh Bag (Yellow 48 Pack)
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Various Brands of Yellow Golf Balls
  • Used Golf Balls
  • Comes in Reusable Drawstring Mesh Bag

Shag Practice Bag with Assorted Brands and Models (Pack of 96 Balls) - Used

Shag Practice Bag with Assorted Brands and Models (Pack of 96 Balls) - Used
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • Grade AA Primarily recycled for practice
  • No representation is made for coloration, scuffs or tint
  • May include team or corporate logos and or player pen markings
  • Great for use in muddy conditions

Bridgestone Recycled Golf Balls Mix (Pack of 50)

Bridgestone Recycled Golf Balls Mix (Pack of 50)
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • This mixture may include different Bridgestone golf ball styles. Please note: this Mix will not contain a set percentage of each 50PK-BR-Mix-3
  • This Mix will contain 50 golf balls
  • Professional testing by an independent lab show there is no performance loss between a new golf ball, a Recycled golf ball, and a refinished golf ball

How to Maintain Extension for Better Ball Striking

How to strike the golf ball solidly and effectively.

This extension helps to keep the radius (the distance from the left shoulder to the clubhead) constant and brings the full force of this "lever" into the golf ball.

This "lever" is classified as the left arm AND the clubshaft.

If you allow the clubhead to pass the hands coming into Impact you are only using the bottom portion of this considerable lever. This results in a severe loss of power and accuracy! You can hit every shot imaginable if you allow the clubhead to pass the hands. Fat, thin, high, low, left and right!

Think of it this way...

Let's say you're swinging a Driver and that the distance from your left shoulder to the clubhead is 70 inches. If you allow the clubhead to pass the hands at/or prior to Impact then you are only using the driver portion of this lever. Since most drivers today are 45-46 inches that is the length you are striking the ball with.

Obviously a 45 inch length will not produce as much power as a 70 inch length, so you will have a power LOSS!

So how do you work on maintaining this extension? Glad you asked!

Let's start by making a backstroke where your left arm only gets parallel to the ground. Now as you swing forward allow your body - hips and chest - to rotate past the target while you keep your head in ONE PLACE! When the clubshaft reaches level to the ground on target side then it should also be parallel to your heels.

It may take you a few times to get this feel but once you get it then just keep making a bigger backstroke, but still finish with both arms extended and the shaft on the heel line.

Another great way to feel the amount of downward motion, and extension, is to hit punch/knock-down shots. It's very difficult to hit one of these types of shots if you are hitting UP on the ball with NO extension!

I would also suggest that you start with a wedge of some type and once you have MASTERED the shot with a wedge then start moving up into bigger clubs.

Once you can learn how to hit these shots you will have NO FEAR when it comes to ball striking!

Keep it in the short grass and compress the fire out of that little white ball!

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