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Review Search And Rescue Super Hide-Away Orange Trapper Model Golf Ball Retriever

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Brand: JTD Enterprises

Review Search And Rescue Super Hide-Away Orange Trapper Model Golf Ball Retriever

The patented head is made with Delran plastic for durability and is orange colored for high visibility. Place either side of the Orange Trapper head over a golf ball, pull slightly and lift. When using on a soft surface, use in a scooping motion. Available in 3 compact stainless steel collapsible shafts (6. 5’, 10’ or 18’) or 4 lightweight anodized aluminum shafts (15’, 18’, 21’ or 24’).

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Advantages

  • Products can be returned
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  • Steel
  • Made in the USA or Imported
  • Orange Trapper’s highly visible, patented orange head traps the ball from either side
  • Made with Delran plastic for lasting durability

Notice

  • Is an online purchase
  • Delivery may be delayed in some areas.

review Search And Rescue Super Hide-Away Orange Trapper Model Golf Ball Retriever

review Search And Rescue Super Hide-Away Orange Trapper Model Golf Ball Retriever

Buyer Guide Golf Ball Retrievers

Golf ball retrievers help you retrieve your golf balls without having to move your ball. Most of them are battery operated.

  • Price: The price range for ball retrievers is about $12.00 to $300.00.
  • Battery Life: The battery life for ball retrievers varies from 30 minutes to 12 hours.
  • Anti-Jam Technology: Anti-jam technology prevents the ball from getting stuck.
  • Distance: The shortest distance you can retrieve your ball is 10 feet. The longest distance is 40 feet.
  • Noise Level: Some ball retrievers produce a loud sound that can be heard up to 50 feet away.
  • Size: Most ball retrievers are 22 inches to 36 inches long.
  • Weight: The weight of the ball retriever varies from 1.5 pounds to 5 pounds.
  • Warranty: Most ball retrievers come with a 1-year warranty.

How to choose Golf Ball Retrievers

Golf ball retrievers are one of the most important pieces of equipment needed for a golfer. But with so many choices, how do you know which retriever is best for your

game? Here’s what you need to consider when choosing the best golf ball retriever for you:

Material: Material choice is entirely a matter of personal preference. Most retrievers are made from a plastic material, which is lightweight and easy to use. Others are made of aluminum and stainless steel. Stainless steel retrievers are rust-resistant, but aluminum models tend to be more durable and affordable.

Handle: Handles come in various lengths and shapes, which can affect how comfortable they are to use. Handles that are too long and wide may be hard to throw, while short and wide handles can be uncomfortable to hold. A retriever with a handle that curves slightly inward may feel more natural in your hand.

Weight: The lighter a retriever is, the easier it is to throw, but this isn’t always a positive thing. Lighter retrievers can be less durable than heavier models, especially if you often throw them in wet conditions.

Number of pockets: The number of pockets your retriever has will also affect how convenient it is to use. More pockets will allow you to retrieve more balls at once, but too many pockets can make it harder to keep track of the number of balls you have. An average rule of thumb is to have one pocket

How to use Golf Ball Retrievers

Golf ball retrievers are tools that help golfers retrieve balls that got separated from their golf club. They usually consist of a long pole with a handle on one end and a hook at the end for catching the ball.

When using golf ball retrievers, you should follow these steps:

Position the golf ball retriever perpendicular to the direction that the ball traveled. Then, extend your arm and cast the golf ball retriever toward the direction in which the ball traveled.

Move the pole back and forth (or side to side) until you can hook the ball. Then, pull the ball toward you, making sure you follow the ball’s path closely.

When you have the ball in your hand, you can remove it from the hook. Now, you can either replace the golf ball or add it to your practice basket.