That is where Robert Szarka’s book comes into play. If you have bigger ambitions and would like to start your own golf ball retrieval company he explains how to get contracts with golf courses. He has dove just about every golf course there is on the eastern seaboard of the United States and has literally thousands of ball recovery dives under his belt.
Mots people do not know about this industry or do not know even where to start when it comes to golf ball retrieval … Robert also list many contacts on where to sell the golf balls and how to aquire the necessary equipment needed to perform this job.
Visit his site http://www.rnlgolfballs.com to get his book or see many pictures he has taken from the bottom of numerous ponds throughout the state of Florida. How to process and clean the golf balls you collect. he goes into detail on how to dive for the golf balls, safety and where to find a job with a retrieval company. If you consider the fact that thousands of golf balls are lost in the ponds each year and many of the courses are 20 plus years old and the high resale value and demand for the golf balls, those ponds are virtual gold mines with thousands upon thousands of pieces of white gold sitting on the bottom just waiting for a budding entrepreneur to come along and collect his bounty.
In this ailing economy and hard times, golf ball retrieval is a shining star and a true opportunity for entrepreneurs looking either to make some extra cash or start a new business that has very little competition and is truly a winner…
Read The lost Golf Ball today and take Robert’s many years of experience and expertise in golf ball retrieval or just enjoy his crazy zany stories of his adventures while climbing around on the bottom of golf ball ponds.
RNL Golfballs releases world’s first and only instructional book on golf ball retrieval, how to start and run a ball recovery company.
The author of The Lost Golf Ball is a seasoned golf ball recovery specialist who has been collecting golf balls off the bottom of golf course ponds for over 18 years. Many of the thousands of golf courses spread out across the United States and the world have never had a collection effort performed on them.
I found reading this book very interesting and would recommend it to anyone ..
. How to dive for the balls, how to clean them or where to sell them. This section makes for a very interesting read for everyone.
Golf ball retrieval is an extremely profitable business with very small start up costs which makes it a very desirable venture in todays times and economy. Towards the end of the book there are many stories of Robert’s adventures over the years collecting golf balls and his experiences starting and running his own retrieval company. What the terms should be and what to look for in a golf course , how to price out your contracts. How to sort and grade them and what price to assign to the mant different types and grade of the used golf balls. What equipment you need and insurance. He covers every single aspect of the industry! If you just wanted to dive… Robert is a true authority in the golf ball recovery field and this shines through in the extreme detail The Lost Golf ball offers