(No Buy, Sell, Trade Posts) 2018 Nike Golf Burlington & Ross Finds

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  • IshIsh Members Posts: 326 ✭✭
    Not a single pair of golf shoes in any size at my nearest BCF.
    910D2
    917F2
    913H
    '16 JPX EZ Forged
    T7 54/58
    Bettinardi SS3 DASS BEE KOOL
    Snell MTB Black

    Nese mund te lexoni kete, me dergoni nje mezazh.
  • mister2coolmister2cool Members Posts: 3,684 ✭✭
    edited Feb 9, 2018 #63
    Went to a BCF near me a few days ago.. All I saw was a pair of size 5 UA woman's golf shoe. LOL But it was only $15 on Clearance.
    2017 M1 440 10.5, Project X Even Flow Black 65 6.0
    2017 M1 3W, Project X Even Flow Blue 75 6.0
    RBZ Stage 2 18*H,Project X Even Flow Blue 85 6.0
    Srixon z945 4-P, DG S300
    Nike Engage DS 52* DG S400
    Nike Engage TS 58* DG S400
    Callaway X-Forged 64* DG S400
    Putter... Who needs that?
  • balladmballadm Augusta, GAMembers Posts: 672 ✭✭
    Ya. I don't think they will be coming in for a while still. Hopefully mid-march...
  • STPBMWSTPBMW Members Posts: 573 ✭✭


    no golf shoes at BCT in Boca Raton on 441.



    Lots of football cleats though.




    Isn't that the truth. Up north I found some great vapor and Jordan fb shoes, some high quality baseball shoes, and.... Zero golf shoes.
  • kamizzou91kamizzou91 Members Posts: 257 ✭✭
    Checked out two BCFs here in Memphis. Not one golf shoe to be seen. My size or otherwise.
    Titleist 917 D2 10.5
    Titleist 917 F2 15
    Srixon Z H65 19
    Srixon Z 565 4-AW
    Vokey SM7 54M, 58D
    Scotty Cameron Studio Select Newport
  • SanzabarSanzabar Members Posts: 1,257 ✭✭
    No golf shoes at the Midlothian, VA BCF.
    Ping G400 Max w/Evolution II 569
    Callaway V-Series Heavenwood
    Nike Vapor Speed 23*
    TaylorMade P790
    Nike Engage 56/60* & Callaway PM Grind 64*
    Nike Method Origin B1-01 Custom

    #Colts #ForTheShoe
  • alexdubalexdub Face sends it, path bends it UtahMembers Posts: 1,058 ✭✭
    Nothing yet in the Utah stores
    Clubs: Callaway XR16 Pro 9.0* •• Ping G 14.5* •• Scratch EZ1 3-PW •• Ping Glide 52* 56* 60* •• Ping WRX Scottsdale BeNi
    Shafts: Fujikura ATMOS Black 7X •• Project X Blue 8B4 •• KBS C Taper 125
    Balls: TP5 •• Srixon Z Star XV •• Pro V1
  • malochico1malochico1 Members Posts: 21
    I go to Burlington here in DFW (grapevine Mills Mall)quite often to look for golf shoes. Only pair in the store and it's size 11. I wear 10.5 and these were little big on me plus didn't wanna pay $40.



    However I moved it to size 14 section all the way bottom left if someone lives in the area and wants them.







  • M.O.S. OlogistM.O.S. Ologist Posts: 255 ✭✭
    malochico1 wrote:


    I go to Burlington here in DFW (grapevine Mills Mall)quite often to look for golf shoes. Only pair in the store and it's size 11. I wear 10.5 and these were little big on me plus didn't wanna pay $40.



    However I moved it to size 14 section all the way bottom left if someone lives in the area and wants them.




    Hah, I was just there today but must've been after you or I would've got my hopes up thinking those might be a 13.



    Not a golf shoe, but I got my girl some Infrared 90 premiums for $30.
  • malochico1malochico1 Members Posts: 21
    Dang love 90s air Max styles.
  • sharkiesjsharkiesj Members Posts: 2,972 ✭✭
    Other than the white LVC's I picked up in Scottsdale, I have been to 13 different BCF's here in SoCal and haven't seen jack, nuthin, nada, nope. Just one pair of blue/volt women's Akemi's size 8. Bone dry here.
  • buckeyevalleybuckeyevalley Members Posts: 369 ✭✭
    A lot of people investing a lot of time, effort, and fuel looking for theses shoes.
  • jpdxjpdx Members Posts: 1,536 ✭✭


    A lot of people investing a lot of time, effort, and fuel looking for theses shoes.




    it's like a treasure hunt!



    I did on the first go around. but the pnw was dry of pretty much any shoes. a couple members here hooked me up thankfully. I'm stocked with a few of them so this time I'm not hunting...i'll stop by if I'm passing by and have some time but not more stalking looking for the shoes.
    Srixon z785 hzrdus black 6.5
    Nike
    Vapor Fly 3 wood 15* Diamana Blueboard
    Nike
    Vapor Fly 3 hybrid 20* Diamana Blueboard
    Nike Vapor Fly Pro 4 DG Pro s300 -2*
    Nike
    Vapor Pro 4-PW DG s300 -2*
    Nike
    Engage 54* SS and 58* DS
    Nike Method Matter m4-12
    Nike Air Hybrid II Bag

    b-team/travel bag
    Nike Vapor Flex 440 driver 9.5* Diamana Blueboard
    Nike Vapor Pro driver 11.5* Diamana Blueboard
    Taylormade Burner 2.0 3 wood stock r flex shaft
    Taylormade Burner 2.0 3 hybrid stock r flex haft

    Nike Vapor Fly Pro 4-AW DG Pro S300 -2*
    Nike Engage 50* SS 54* SS 60* DS
    Nike Method Origin b2-01
    Cure CX-2
    Nike Air Sport II and Hyperadapt
  • bdawg983bdawg983 Posts: 309 ✭✭
    A lot of people investing a lot of time, effort, and fuel looking for theses shoes.


    Last year was the first year that I knew of this. I went pretty crazy and must have went to every Burlington within 100 miles of me. I would only go when I was in the area never went out of my way. I am pretty well stocked, but will definitely be hunting once they start hitting the shelves in the next few months.
    In the bag, at the moment:

    Ping G400 SFT 12* Alta CB55 Stiff
    Nike Vapor Fly 3 HL UST Elements Chrome 7F3 Stiff
    Nike Vapor Fly 7 wood Accra SC 95 M5
    Nike VR Pro Combo 4-6 Project X 5.5 shafts
    Nike VR TW Blades 7-PW Project X 5.5 shafts
    Titleist Vokey Spin Milled '09 Oil Can 52*, 56*, 62* Project X 5.5 shafts
    Scotty Cameron Teryllium Two Santa Fe
    Nike Sportlite II carry bag, olive/camo
    Titleist Pro V1, V1x golf balls
  • blink3665blink3665 #TwistFaceExperience Members Posts: 5,967 ✭✭
    jpdx wrote:



    A lot of people investing a lot of time, effort, and fuel looking for theses shoes.




    it's like a treasure hunt!



    I did on the first go around. but the pnw was dry of pretty much any shoes. a couple members here hooked me up thankfully. I'm stocked with a few of them so this time I'm not hunting...i'll stop by if I'm passing by and have some time but not more stalking looking for the shoes.




    Ditto here. I have stopped a few times since this thread popped up, but it's no my way home from work. I pop my head in and then duck out.
    Srixon z785 9.5* EvenFlow Handcrafted Blue 65 / / Taylormade M4 9.5* EvenFlow Handcrafted Blue 65
    Taylormade M3 HL MFS5 White Tie 60S -0.75" (42.5")
    Taylormade M4 19* UST Proforce V2h R -0.5" (40.25")
    Taylormade M4 22* UST Proforce V2h R -0.5" (39.75")
    Srixon 545 - 5-PW - 2* flat - Modus3 120s - Best Grips Classic
    Cleveland CBX 48* +1* loft - -0.75" - 2* flat
    Cleveland RTX4 Raw 54* mid, 58* xlow -0.75" - 2* flat // TM Hi Toe 58* 2* flat
    Slighter Proto 1 - #9/Del Mar design - High Toe - Long neck - Deep Milled face - 33", 370gr, lie 71*, loft 4*
    Odyssey OWorks 2ball - 32"
    GolfWRX (Nike Collegiate) bag (White) / Nike HyperAdapt

    WITB Link
  • Same here. I don’t really need any more shoes after the big haul from last go around, so no special trips for me. The nearest BCF is over an hour away. If I happen to be by, I’ll check, otherwise no sleep lost if I miss out this time.
  • bpprybppry Members Posts: 1,901 ✭✭
    Are this year's shoes prices at $44.99 or the same as last year? I saw it asked but never a confirmation either way.
  • NAM2212NAM2212 Members Posts: 934 ✭✭
    kamizzou91 wrote:


    Checked out two BCFs here in Memphis. Not one golf shoe to be seen. My size or otherwise.




    Which ones did you check? I am in Memphis as well and drive by the one in Eastgate every day.
  • splawskysplawsky Members Posts: 110 ✭✭
    I don't know if this is happening elsewhere but, after failing to find any gold shoes at my local BCF towards the end of last year, I spoke with the store manager about when might be the best time to check for stock. She told me that they had been getting calls from somebody who would call them the day that the truck usually came in (Tuesdays for my store) and would tell them to put the shoes aside rather than on the shelves. The "gentleman" would come in later that day and purchase the entire stock of golf shoes. She said that he flips them on eBay and that he was doing the same with the inventory at several stores in the region. I told her that I understood that the goal for BCF is to sell all of the inventory but, if they were going to continue to allow it to play out like that, I wouldn't be coming back to the store and buying all the other **** that seemed to find its way into my basket each time I came to the store to look for golf shoes.



    I wouldn't be surprised to find out that the same thing was happening in other parts of the country.
  • MiniJ83MiniJ83 Members Posts: 1,448 ✭✭
    splawsky wrote:


    I don't know if this is happening elsewhere but, after failing to find any gold shoes at my local BCF towards the end of last year, I spoke with the store manager about when might be the best time to check for stock. She told me that they had been getting calls from somebody who would call them the day that the truck usually came in (Tuesdays for my store) and would tell them to put the shoes aside rather than on the shelves. The "gentleman" would come in later that day and purchase the entire stock of golf shoes. She said that he flips them on eBay and that he was doing the same with the inventory at several stores in the region. I told her that I understood that the goal for BCF is to sell all of the inventory but, if they were going to continue to allow it to play out like that, I wouldn't be coming back to the store and buying all the other **** that seemed to find its way into my basket each time I came to the store to look for golf shoes.



    I wouldn't be surprised to find out that the same thing was happening in other parts of the country.




    ::cough BryanGolf cough::
  • jpdxjpdx Members Posts: 1,536 ✭✭
    splawsky wrote:


    I don't know if this is happening elsewhere but, after failing to find any gold shoes at my local BCF towards the end of last year, I spoke with the store manager about when might be the best time to check for stock. She told me that they had been getting calls from somebody who would call them the day that the truck usually came in (Tuesdays for my store) and would tell them to put the shoes aside rather than on the shelves. The "gentleman" would come in later that day and purchase the entire stock of golf shoes. She said that he flips them on eBay and that he was doing the same with the inventory at several stores in the region. I told her that I understood that the goal for BCF is to sell all of the inventory but, if they were going to continue to allow it to play out like that, I wouldn't be coming back to the store and buying all the other **** that seemed to find its way into my basket each time I came to the store to look for golf shoes.



    I wouldn't be surprised to find out that the same thing was happening in other parts of the country.




    I wonder if corporate knows or would care that this is happening...
    Srixon z785 hzrdus black 6.5
    Nike
    Vapor Fly 3 wood 15* Diamana Blueboard
    Nike
    Vapor Fly 3 hybrid 20* Diamana Blueboard
    Nike Vapor Fly Pro 4 DG Pro s300 -2*
    Nike
    Vapor Pro 4-PW DG s300 -2*
    Nike
    Engage 54* SS and 58* DS
    Nike Method Matter m4-12
    Nike Air Hybrid II Bag

    b-team/travel bag
    Nike Vapor Flex 440 driver 9.5* Diamana Blueboard
    Nike Vapor Pro driver 11.5* Diamana Blueboard
    Taylormade Burner 2.0 3 wood stock r flex shaft
    Taylormade Burner 2.0 3 hybrid stock r flex haft

    Nike Vapor Fly Pro 4-AW DG Pro S300 -2*
    Nike Engage 50* SS 54* SS 60* DS
    Nike Method Origin b2-01
    Cure CX-2
    Nike Air Sport II and Hyperadapt
  • fsutankerfsutanker Posts: 288 ✭✭
    splawsky wrote:


    I don't know if this is happening elsewhere but, after failing to find any gold shoes at my local BCF towards the end of last year, I spoke with the store manager about when might be the best time to check for stock. She told me that they had been getting calls from somebody who would call them the day that the truck usually came in (Tuesdays for my store) and would tell them to put the shoes aside rather than on the shelves. The "gentleman" would come in later that day and purchase the entire stock of golf shoes. She said that he flips them on eBay and that he was doing the same with the inventory at several stores in the region. I told her that I understood that the goal for BCF is to sell all of the inventory but, if they were going to continue to allow it to play out like that, I wouldn't be coming back to the store and buying all the other **** that seemed to find its way into my basket each time I came to the store to look for golf shoes.



    I wouldn't be surprised to find out that the same thing was happening in other parts of the country.




    I ran into this guy in Jacksonville BCF last year. He let me get a white pair of LC2s off is pallet so I guess that was nice of him. But yeah, sucks when you just want to grab a pair or twin in your size and someone is eating up the whole deal for a flip.



    I suspect $ changes hands in the receiving area as I called before I went to confirm they got a shipment. Went, none on the floor, but a guy wheeling a flatbed out of the storeroom. 🤔
  • lspky_muskielspky_muskie Members Posts: 893 ✭✭
    I would assume every manager in retail has relationships with people who clean out the clearance section and flip the merchandise.



  • Noyes26Noyes26 Members Posts: 1,891 ✭✭
    Found one pair in a BCF today. They were still $19.99 for those asking.
    PING G400 LST 10* Tensei Pro Orange
    TI 16 Tmag M2 16.5 Tensei Pro White
    Taylormade P790 3-PW KBS $-Taper
    Vokey SM7 54, 60
    Few CT's
    WITB Link
  • WindyCitySPNWindyCitySPN Members Posts: 944 ✭✭
    There is a bulk buyer in every area. Unfortunately the store managers are more interested in moving bulk from their stores than someone who is buying a few shirts etc every couple weeks when they come in. I actually asked about the corporate opinion on bulk buyers and was told it breaks no rules. The only way corporate would look down on it is if an employee was doing it. In case anyone is interested employees do get first choice of the stock.
  • cfam0924cfam0924 Banned Posts: 26
    Why would BCF care how they are bought?? Why risk them sitting on the shelves and no one buying them. C'mon.
  • fsutankerfsutanker Posts: 288 ✭✭
    edited Feb 15, 2018 #88
    What you are saying makes sense. However, if they have 100 pairs of shoes, they have the potential to have 100 satisfied customers who could potentially be repeat customers, like myself, from shoe hunting. Alternatively, they could have 1 customer that pays for 100 shoes at retail price, then 99 other customers that come in, never find the shoe deals, get frustrated with “the storeroom process” and do not become long term customers.

    The guy that cleans out the shoes at a BCF hours away from his house is not a long term repeat customer, at that store, until the next shoe deal comes around.
  • minhjnminhjn Members Posts: 3,198
    I understand why bcf likes the bulk buyers but man it sucks for common folk
  • pureauthentic23pureauthentic23 Members Posts: 20
    Luckily I have about 8 BCF within 30 miles of me and I know of about 2-3 stores that I was the only one actually hunting for the golf shoes atleast last year I was. I would recommend going to the BCF in the worst neighborhood you can find lol it sounds stupid but that's where I have had my best luck....
  • jwc9pjwc9p Members Posts: 126 ✭✭
    One of the two BCFs near me just shuttered up. We had a moment of silence for all the future nike spikes we weren't going to get in the future.
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