Golf Balls are washed and graded at Links Choice, the golf balls chosen
for recycling are carefully stripped of most or all of the clear coat
without removing the name. We do this with a mechanical wet blasting
process, the equipment utilized in this process is very similar to
equipment used in the process of prepping many new golf balls, before
they are coated in the factory. This process allows us to get the golf
ball as clean as possible and prep it for clear coating with our Binks
paint lines. After clear coating the recycled golf balls are hand
inspected for quality and consistency before packaging and shipping.It is important to note that we do not have
the ability to repair scrapes, dents or cart paths to a used golf ball.
is why we have different levels or grades of golf balls, such as Mint,
Near Mint, Value Grade, Grade A, B, and C etc. This lets the consumer
know what the physical and cosmetic condition of the golf ball will be
in when they make their purchase.