So you are selling a driver and need to set a shipping charge. What do you charge? Or you sold a set of irons and offered free shipping. Where do you get a box? It can be a bit daunting to ship golf clubs if you haven’t done it before. So we’ve pulled some information to try and help you out.
Order Fulfillment and Shipping Policies
- Sellers are expected to ship within three business days of receiving payment.
- Seller may use the shipping method of its choice as long as the shipping method offers reasonable transit times and a valid tracking number.
- Seller must communicate shipping tracking data, including carrier and tracking number, to buyer and Golfing Exchange.
We recommend dropping by your local pro shop and asking for an old box to ship your clubs. They normally will be willing to help you out. It can save you up to $15.00 in shipping cost.
Average Shipping Charge
Seller take different strategies with their shipping charges. A few offer free shipping, many look to cover their cost and others end up somewhere in between. To give you an idea about typical shipping charges, we calculated the average seller shipping charge for listings in July of 2017:
- Drivers/Woods: $12.00 per listing
- Putters: $10.00 per listing
- Iron Sets: $21.00 per listing
You can use one of the links below to estimate your shipping charge.
Sample Box Sizes
The dimensions are listed below to help you approximate the required box size for shipment cost calculation. Your actual box dimensions will vary and may be larger.
- Drivers (4x4x48)
- Irons (4x10x40)
- Individual Irons (4x4x40)
If a shipment is damaged or lost during transit, the insurance claims process should work as follows:
- The seller should initiate a claim with the carrier
- If the claim is approved, the carrier will pick up the item
- The seller will issue a refund to the buyer and will receive an insurance check from the carrier
Use the links below to file a claim.