04 February 2011 ~ 2 Comments

Launch: JBallz Lake Balls and Golf Accessories

I helped my brother launch a new site last week. The site is developed with osCommerce. It was tough to customise the design and simplify the buying process, but we did the best we could and the site is quite functional now. Take a look if you’re interested. Your comments (positive or otherwise) would be appreciated.

jBallz Lake Balls and Golf Accessories

jBallz Lake Balls and Golf Accessories

JBallz Golf has been established with the aim of supplying Premium Brand, High Quality lake balls and Accessories, to golfers at all levels. All golfers will agree that they have a preferred ball. A ball that suits their swing, their approach or even chipping and putting feel. In addition to this golfers will also perhaps choose balls that suit their budget. Lake balls give all golfers the opportunity to select their preferred ball and order them from Jballz Golf in the qauntity they require, at greatly reduced prices.

Our lake balls are retreived from Lakes and streams on courses within Ireland and the United Kingdom. We work full time clearing waterhazards on selected courses. The balls are then put through a cleaning process and sorted by condition, Brand and Model.

Jballz Golf accessories and training aids are selected from the ranges of products from approved and branded manufacturers. We currently supply PGA Tour merchandise and Links Choice. Our aim is to provide accessories at affordable prices which aid golfers on the course, from Gloves, ball retreivers and tees, to training aids for use at home, Driving and chipping nets, swing and grip training, putting aids. Check out our current stock, if we dont have what you want contact us and we can advise and possibly arrange supply of your requirements.

2 Responses to “Launch: JBallz Lake Balls and Golf Accessories”

  1. John Breen 14 February 2011 at 12:48 pm Permalink

    Nice work!

  2. Luke 29 July 2011 at 5:32 pm Permalink

    How’s the site going Mossy. Looks good.

    What was it like getting osCommerce setup and working? Would it be easier to use Realex Payments or similar?

    I really like this design: http://www.potionfactory.com/potionstore


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