We Take Trades

Trade in for Anything

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How it works:

  • Bring us your current clubs
  • We'll let you use your club's value
  • Take home new clubs or anything in store

$399 Cobra King F6+ Driver 30161066 -$100 club trade-in value*


You Pay $299

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*Sample trade-in value.

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NOT ALL CLUBS QUALIFY FOR TRADE–IN. Trade-ins can only be made at Golfsmith retail locations, not valid online. Only one bonus will be honored per purchase, if more than one club is traded in the club with the highest trade value will receive the bonus. Only clubs on the official Golfsmith buyback list are eligible for the bonus value. To see if your clubs qualify and to find out what they are worth, visit a Golfsmith store or golfsmith.com/tradein. Shown trade–in values are examples only. Actual values vary by club condition, brand and other factors. Trade-in applies to same-day purchase and is for drivers over $299, 8–piece iron sets over $699, fairways over $199, hybrids over $169, wedges over $119 and putters over $149 from select brands. If same–day purchase is different, then the regular trade-in value applies. 50% trade–in bonus value cannot be applied to the purchase of any PING, Titleist, or Scotty Cameron products, as well as the TaylorMade M1, M2, and PSi families. Clubs not on the official Golfsmith buyback list are not accepted under Golfsmith’s Trade-In program. Trade-in cannot be combined with other Golfsmith coupon offers or discounts unless specified. Return time frame may vary by market. Purchase amount must be greater than or equal to your trade-in amount. Trade-in credit will be issued at the time of sale of an in–store purchase of new golf club(s). See your local store for complete details.

Additional Details
All clubs must meet the minimum condition standard in order to be accepted for trade-in. Clubs with the following defects do not meet our minimum condition guidelines and will not be accepted:

  1. Dented metal woods. Metal woods with significant “sky-marks” or “pop-up marks” on the crown
  2. Irons or wedges with grooves worn more than 50% smooth
  3. Any clubs with cracked or bent shafts
  4. Wedges with excessive sole wear or dings from rocks or cart paths
  5. Any clubs with chrome damage
  6. Shafts with excessive bag wear or paint scratches
  7. Iron sets missing an iron causing a gap in the set

If a club is deemed unfit for resale, we reserve the right to refuse it and return it to you, or make you an offer based on the circumstances. Prices are subject to change without notice and may vary by location.