10 Best Recycled Golf Balls

Updated on: September 2020

Best Recycled Golf Balls in 2020


100 Golf Ball Mix - Value Styles - Pack color may vary

100 Golf Ball Mix - Value Styles - Pack color may vary
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

Nike Mix AAAA Golf Balls, 50 Balls

Nike Mix AAAA Golf Balls, 50 Balls
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • This mixture may include mojo, juice, karma, IGNITE, Crush, Velocity, ndx, Tour control, Tour accuracy, and feel+speed
  • The appearance and feel of this golf ball is similar to a new golf ball. This golf ball will show no or very little wear. Player pen markings and logos of all shapes and sizes can be Present
  • This mixed Nike Mix pack is a great way to experience many of nike's popular models at a great price, without sacrificing the quality your golf game demands
  • Packaging may vary from the image

Reload Recycled Golf Balls (24-Pack) of Nike Golf Balls

Reload Recycled Golf Balls (24-Pack) of Nike Golf Balls
BESTSELLER NO. 3 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
  • Packaging may vary from the image

Callaway 50 Mix Near Mint AAAA Used Golf Balls

Callaway 50 Mix Near Mint AAAA Used Golf Balls
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Used golf balls
  • Packaging may vary from the image

Titleist DT Mix Mint Recycled Golf Balls (36 Pack)

Titleist DT Mix Mint Recycled Golf Balls (36 Pack)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Like new quality with no player pen markings
  • Long distance with a noticeably soft feel
  • 36 Titleist DT Mix golf balls
  • Top quality - - every time

Noodle Recycled Golf Balls 72 Ball Assorted Grade A Mint Condition Recycled Golf Balls

Noodle Recycled Golf Balls 72 Ball Assorted Grade A Mint Condition Recycled Golf Balls
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Noodle 72 pack
  • Recycled grade a Mint golf balls
  • Assorted styles
  • Mesh Drawstring bag

Pinnacle Recycled Grade A Golf Balls Cleaned Golf Balls Mint Condition 72 Balls Assorted Models in Onion Mesh Bag

Pinnacle Recycled Grade A Golf Balls Cleaned Golf Balls Mint Condition 72 Balls Assorted Models in Onion Mesh Bag
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • GREAT ASSORTMENT of Pinnacle golf balls.
  • RECYCLED WASHED AND CLEANED without altering the manufacturers original specifications
  • FAIR TO GOOD CONDITION and very playable
  • PLAY THE BEST BALLS for up to 80 percent off the new ball price.
  • DRAWSTRING MESH BAG for storage

Titleist Player Mix 48 Recycled Golf Balls, White

Titleist Player Mix 48 Recycled Golf Balls, White
BESTSELLER NO. 8 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
  • Packaging may vary from the image

Reload Recycled Golf Balls (24-Pack) of Callaway Golf Balls

Reload Recycled Golf Balls (24-Pack) of Callaway Golf Balls
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
  • Packaging may vary from the image

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
  • Perfect for Practice or Play
  • 48 Golf Balls in a reusable Drawstring Bag

Craft Project : Polymer Golf Ball and Tee Pen Set

This craft project uses polymer clay to make a golf ball and golf tee pen and holder set. This is a project you can do with children, with a little adult supervision during the cooking part.

I did this project for a friend who plays golf and he still has it on his desk at work. Lots of people that play golf enjoy having golf related items in their home or office. So this craft makes a great gift for the golf lover in you life!

For this project you'll use polymer clay, which you can find at craft stores, (such as Michael's or Hobby Lobby). You'll need white for the ball, and the color of your choice for the tee. You'll probably use a whole package of white, but only a fraction of a package for the tee. So if you have some other colors left from other projects you can probably use one of them for the tee.

You will also need a pen. You can pull the middle section, (the ink cartridge), out of any regular pen. Just grab it down low near the tip, and twist a little bit, and the whole center section should come out. The outer casing of the pen comes off and you just have the ink tube and the little writing nub.

Roll out a thin sheet of whatever color you are using for your tee. It needs to be as long as the pen but less than an inch wide. It should be a quarter inch or less thick. Roll it around the shaft of the pen and then roll it on your working surface until its nice and smooth. You'll want a little extra chunk at the far end of the pen so you can shape the top of the little tee head.

Once you have your golf tee shaped, you'll need to go ahead and bake it before you do the ball. Put it in your oven or your toaster oven, resting on some polyester fiberfill. The fiberfill will keep it from getting a shiny mark from sitting on the tray in your oven. Bake it according to the package instructions.

When your tee comes out give it a chance to cool, while you are doing that you can start forming the ball. Look at the length of your pen and think about how big your ball needs to be so that it looks proportionate. You can build up the center of your golf ball by using aluminum foil. Just crush aluminum foil down into the shape of a ball and then put your white clay over the top of it. That way your white clay won't have to be as thick. That will allow it to cook all the way through without burning on the outside.

Wrap your white clay around your foil ball making sure that you are leaving at least a quarter inch to a half an inch of clay on the outside of the foil. Roll it around until it is a nice round ball. Then, if your hands are very warm, you may need to let it set and cool down a little. You don't want it to be too warm for the next step.

Now you'll need a tool. You can use the blunt back end of a knitting needle, or you can use any kitchen tool that has a nice rounded end to it. You are going to make the dimples on the golf ball with this. Make sure that whatever you are using isn't going to be reused later for food. Polymer clay is 'officially' non-toxic, but that doesn't mean you should rub it on things you are going to be eating with later; just in case.

Using your blunt tool, make little indentations all around your white ball so that it has little dimples like a golf ball. Then take your tee pin, which should be cool by now, and push it into the golf ball, on the top but a little bit off center, so that it makes a hole where you will be able to place your tee-pen later. Just make the hole and then pull the tee back out, leaving an open space.

Put your golf ball in the oven. Again, you will want it to sit on fiberfill so it doesn't get a shiny side. Cook it according to the manufacturer's instructions and then when it comes out let it cool. Now you will be able to push your golf pin T into the top of your ball, and it looks like the T has poked into the golf ball. This makes a nice pen set for anyone's office desk and the golf lover in your life will really enjoy this gift.

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