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Austad's Golf vs Golf Town

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4 stars
Austad's Golf

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Features:

Selection of approximately 400 golf clubs

Free shipping on orders over $99

Returns accepted within 20 days, minus 20% restocking fee

Want to "Play Better and Have Fun"? Do you like shopping at family-owned businesses? If you answered "yes" to both of these questions, you may be interested in buying your golf clubs at Austad's. In business for more than 50 years, this South Dakota-based retailer aims to bring golf's best products to its customers - at the best prices.

Austad's hopes to earn your business with their "Triple Guarantee": service, fit, and low price. Like some of the retailers we reviewed, they allow customers to try out clubs and return them in used condition if they're not a good match. However, Austad's does limit that period to 20 days (compared with 30 days offered by competitors), and you will also have to pay a 20% restocking fee. Also, your return will only be an exchange or store credit, not a refund.

If you should find a lower price on your golf clubs at another retailer, Austad's will match the price before you place your order or refund the difference if you make the match request within 14 days of your purchase.

So, how should you go about finding the right golf clubs for your game? Start with one of three options: Shop by Type, Shop by Player, or Shop by Brand. Whichever one you select, you'll find a range of options on the left side of the page, to help narrow down what you need according to these criteria:

  • Category
  • Manufacturer
  • Price
  • Size
  • Bounce
  • Flex
  • Grind
  • Hand
  • Length
  • Loft
  • Model
  • Shaft
  • Color

Once you've selected a golf club that interests you, you can add it to your wish list or add it to a list to compare with other products. Be sure to choose your options from the dropdown boxes (for example hand, loft, flex, shaft).

Austad's has a solid reputation: an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and numerous positive customer reviews that compliment the company for quality service, competitive pricing, and following through on their Triple Guarantee when needed.

Although we'd like to see their playability guarantee changed to match up with their competition (such as a longer period of time and no restocking fee), Austad's does a great job of keeping customers happy with a broad selection of golf clubs, price match guarantee, and overall attention to their customers. We recommend them for your next purchase of golf clubs.

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3 stars
Golf Town

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Features:

Selection of more than 400 golf clubs

Free shipping within Canada on orders over $199

Returns allowed up to 60 days after purchase on new/unused equipment

Golf Town is one of the most respected golf superstores in all of Canada. First opened in 1999, this retailer seeks to help players at all levels to improve their game.

The selection at Golf Town is impressive: more than 400 golf clubs to choose from in 23 brands, including industry-favorites like Titleist, TaylorMade, and Cobra. Unfortunately, Golf Town limits their fitting/recommendations to their in-store services; we would have liked to see an online tool that helps shoppers figure out which clubs are a good fit for their height, handicap, and other characteristics.

Keep an eye out for extra savings: at the time of our review, there was a pop-up offering $25 off an order of $150+ if we signed up for their mailing list.

Golf Town does allow for returns up to 60 days after purchase. They, like most other retailers of golf clubs, expect that the clubs will be in new, unused condition when you return them. Bear in mind that you are responsible for the costs of return shipping; because Golf Town is based in Canada, these return costs could be more expensive than with a US-based business.

Like their competitors, Golf Town does have a trade-in program. However, they require golfers to bring their equipment into a retail location instead of allowing them to ship their clubs in.

Overall, Golf Town sounds like an excellent choice - if you're Canadian. But, if you're from the US, you may find it easier and less expensive to shop with a retailer that caters to American golfers, especially if you wind up needing to make a return.

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Every golfer can benefit from starting with a club fitting: a one-on-one session with a certified specialist who can match the right equipment to an individual's height, swing speed, and average trajectory. For those who don't have access to such professionals in their area, there are even services online that allow golfers to enter their basic body measurements and performance statistics to determine the best drivers, putters, and wedges for their unique style.

If you already know exactly what you need, consider shopping for your golf clubs online. You'll find the very same equipment offered in local pro shops, but often at a significant savings. And, of course, most of these online retailers carry an extensive line of extras, such as bags, balls, shoes and other apparel, making it a time-saving one-stop-shop for all of your golfing must-haves.

When considering the various stores that offer golf clubs, there are several factors to keep in mind as you shop:

  • Product Availability: How many golf clubs does the store carry? Do they offer many different brands or just a select few? How wide is their selection of accessories?
  • Price: How do the prices compare with other online retailers and your local golf shop? Is shipping included? Are there any discounts or membership plans available that could save you a little more?
  • Reputation: What is the business' track record with respect to customer service? Are customers typically satisfied with both the shopping experience and the quality of the golf clubs they buy? Is the company accredited by the Better Business Bureau?

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