When are Costco's Kirkland Signature golf balls back in stock?

When are Costco’s Kirkland Signature golf balls back in stock?


Costco's Kirkland Signature golf balls have been a huge, somewhat unexpected hit. At $30 for two dozen (that's 24) four-piece golf balls, who wouldn't take a little gamble on those bad boys? Turns out, the K-Sigs piqued the curiosity of a lot of golfers trained to pay in upwards of $50 per dozen for a Tour-caliber ball. Add in a MyGolfSpy review that concluded, in their estimation, the Costco golf ball is comparable to a Titleist Pro V1, and, well, Costco couldn't keep them in stock.

They've sold out. Twice. Now, Costco has a new order of Kirkland Signature golf balls in stock. They officially hit store shelves and on Costco's website on Dec. 20 and they sold out again.


Now it appears the golf balls, which are USGA conforming and were made by Nassau Golf Co. Ltd. of South Korea, may not be made again.

It is is a medium-to-high spin ball around the greens, according to the USGA's conforming ball list. Ultimately, the balls may not be a fit for your game, and, if you're a good player, you know the kind of ball characteristics that work for you. But at this price, it's kind of crazy not to at least try the Costco golf ball...if they come back again.


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