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Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor]
MN is my home state, too! Considering that MN is the state with the biggest increase in rounds played in the first 1/2 of 2006, the failure of 2nd-hand golf equipment company in that state seems to suggest that people ar eplaying more and either (a) buying new equipment , or (b) playing with their old stuff.
2006-09-13 @ 12:54
Comment from: John Hansen [Visitor] Email
There is a 2nd Swing store here in Cary, NC which I went to last week. They had a closing sale going on and liquidating all stock. Unfortunately they were not selling much at all, even with a 15% discount sale going on. The reason was their prices were too high to begin with. Example: Titlist DT So-Lo dz balls for $24.95. Go down the block to Golf Galaxy and get them for $18. Their used clubs were basically discounted $100 off brand new clubs. No wonder they went out of business, they charged too much for used equipment and their new equipment was the same price as Dick or Golf Galaxy thus giving me no reason to shop there.
2006-10-06 @ 08:26
Comment from: Char Smith [Visitor] Email
I had over $300 in credit at 2GOLF/2nd Swing. Is there anything I can do to get some of that back or some golf equipment?
2006-11-10 @ 18:21
Comment from: Bruce Stasch [Member] Email
Hey Char,

I'd suggest contacting 2nd Swing directly. My guess that if you can find a shop close to you, I'd go buy something of value. Even if it were golf bags. Otherwise, when they are closed your $300 credit will be worthless. That's the unfortunate part of a liquidation. Once they are gone so is your credit.
2006-11-11 @ 15:57
Comment from: Joe Hitt [Visitor] Email
Do you have a list of the locations of 2nd Swing. I have a $140 credit.
Joe Hitt
2006-11-13 @ 15:33
Comment from: Bruce Stasch [Member] Email
Readers have been asking if there are any rebates available from 2nd Swing. Based on an article that I found online, it don't think so. http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn4196/is_20060923/ai_n16749221

It appears that there are a lot of folks in the same boat that probably won't be getting a rebate.
2006-11-13 @ 16:16

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