How long does it take to get my order?
We ship your order with FedEx:
- Ground shipping usually takes 5–8 business days (Mo-Fr)
- Express delivery is currently not available in your region
For personalized orders:
- Ground shipping: 14 to 21 business days (Mo-Fr)
- Express delivery is currenlty not available in your region
Please note that these shipping times might vary depending on higher than expected amount of customer purchases or current global events.
Once your order is ready to be picked up by the carrier, we will send you all relevant tracking information to your indicated email address.
I entered the wrong shipping address. What can I do?
As long as your order has not yet been shipped, we can easily change the shipping address for you. Just send us a message with your invoice number and the correct address to [email protected]
I am not sure what ball model I should choose. Can I also just buy a sleeve of 3 balls?
Which ball should I play?
At the end of the detailed description of each ball model we have enumerated comparable ball models from other manufacturers that are close to our products.
- Handicap 30–54: VICE Drive Ball
- Handicap 20–30: VICE Tour Ball
- Handicap < 20: VICE Pro/Pro Plus Ball
Yet there are also a lot of subjective factors in the ball selection process. That’s why you should not generalize the abovementioned handicap recommendations.
How long does the ball customization process take?
Golf balls that have been ordered on our website via our personalization tool typically require only 14 to 21 business days.
Why can I not order less than 1 dozen(12 pieces) per ball model?
Our balls are packaged in boxes of 12 balls and shrink-wrapped. The shipment of boxes of 3 would mean an increased logistical complexity, which unfortunately would have a negative impact on the ball price.
Can I combine different ball models to reach the minimum order of 5 dozen(60 balls) for the best price?
No. The lowest price is not reached until an order of minimum 5 dozen(60 balls) per ball model has been placed. Economies of scales justifying a lower price only work for us within the same ball models.