Ever wonder what happens to all those golf balls that land in the water, or get lost in the trees? Do they stay lost forever, piling up into golf ball mountains? Do they get sucked up by some unidentified flying object, where they are examined and used on other planets? They have to go somewhere, don't they?
The truth is, they are retrieved by companies like Lost Golf Balls, where they are recycled and sold as used golf balls. Used golf balls can be very economical. They not only mean less golf balls filling up the hidden places in our world, they also mean cheaper prices for golfers. And they don't stop at golf balls. You can also purchase bags, gloves, and more.
They also help out in a new way. Lost Golf Balls has teamed up with The First Tee to supply golf balls to the children The First Tee is helping out. The First Tee helps teach character and values to underprivileged children through their experiences with golf.
It's all proof that recycling can really help in more ways than one!