golfclubs4cash opens brand new store in North West England

golfclubs4cash is the biggest second-hand golf equipment retailer in Europe and they are set to open a brand new store in Warrington next month.

golfclubs4cash opens brand new store in North West England
golfclubs4cash opens brand new store in North West England

Europe’s biggest second-hand golf equipment retailer, golfclubs4cash, is opening a new store in Warrington as a result of the booming success of golf in the last two years.

Doors to the venue will open on Friday, July 8, with some fantastic launch offers, and more than 10,000 clubs, to entice golfers from across the country.

The shop will be a treasure trove for golfers of all abilities, with thousands of golf clubs and other golf equipment available to purchase. Expect to find all the major brands, unused ‘new’ products and collector's items and even uncover that much-loved club you wish you still owned.

golfclubs4cash will also be offering its award-winning trade-in service on-site. After the unwanted products are valued, they undergo a thorough assessment and are refurbished before they hit the shelves.

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The company also offers an incredible 14-day trial period, so if the clubs of your dreams still aren’t solving your golfing nightmares, then you can always take them back.

So, if you live in the area then check out your garage or shed and take your unwanted golf equipment down to Kerfoot Street to see if you can swap them for something a bit more your style.

Founded in 2011 by Murray Winton and Martin Lambert, golfclubs4cash is the UK’s biggest supplier of second-hand golf clubs.

Employing more than 50 people in its Edinburgh headquarters, the business has been recognised for its success winning national awards and local awards from The Midlothian and East Lothian Chamber of Commerce.

The business enjoys a 5-star rating on Trustpilot with 30k reviews demonstrating its commitment to excellence and the customer experience.



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