You asked: How much do golf ball divers make an hour?

Is diving for golf balls illegal?

There’s no simple answer, but the short answer is “no”, it is not illegal to hunt for golf balls, as long as you respect the owner of the course and don’t bother anyone while doing it.

What the job is about golf ball diver?

Golf ball divers are professional recyclers: They retrieve golf balls, which are then cleaned, repackaged, and resold. Before beginning work at a golf course, they meet formally with its owner or manager to agree on the terms of the job.

What do lost golf balls pay?

Usually a golf course is paid 6 to 10 cents for each ball salvaged, or paid with a portion of the balls, after cleaning.

What qualifications do I need to be a golf ball diver?

To become a golf ball diver you’ll need to complete your scuba diving training to a high standard – normally HSE Scuba Part IV (which is professional dive training), and you’ll need to have full commercial diving insurance.

What is unrestricted diving?

This program is for working divers using SCUBA for the air supply up to 40 Meters (132 FSW). Commercial work using SCUBA is very cost effective for shallow work such as cleaning boat hulls, inspections and harvesting sea life for sale, for example.

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