Recycled Lake Balls
We have been selling recycled golf balls for many years. These are recovered primarily from lakes and then washed, sorted and graded so that they can be reused until they are no longer serviceable. At this point, they can be refurbished and used once again.
Our Lake Balls are re-cycled from the best crystal clear lakes which reduces the dis-colouration that can occur when balls are retrieved from other more murky UK lakes.
We discard poor quality balls that we would not want to personally tee-up ourselves and then sort the rest into three straightforward grades I.e. “Nearly New”, “Competitive Rounds” or “Social Rounds”. Our aim is to be clear, honest and trustworthy so that you receive the quality that you expect.
By buying recycled golf balls you are helping the environment in two ways. Firstly, by not buying new balls you are reducing the use of valuable fossil fuels. Secondly, you are supporting an industry which clears lost or abandoned balls from the environment, thus protecting natural habitats.
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