Remember, these are courses that haven’t had any balls recovered for a very long time. And having lost a good five oddballs on one round while playing golf myself, you can imagine how many end up at the lower end of ponds, in heavy undergrowth etc when hundreds are playing a course a day( admittedly everyone’s probably not as bad as me though !)…
Glenn then cleans them up, polishes them, attains them look nice, then bags them up into 10, 20, 50,100 etc balls and sells them globally. He sells the balls for at least $1. So they can sell for much more.
Talk about an investi-gator! Meet the man who’s made over $15 million by dodging alligators to collect and sell unwanted golf balls.
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