Search and Rescue 24-Foot Orange 2-Ball Retriever

October 9, 2010 by  
Filed under Pro Golf Equipment

  • 24-foot, 2-ball golf ball retriever for fishing balls from water
  • Large diameter aluminum tubing extends out to 24 feet
  • Internal cam lock design keeps tubes open to desired length
  • Orange-colored head stays visible beneath the surface
  • Rust-free stainless-steel tubes; safety catch keeps balls secure

Product Description
The Search and Rescue line of retrievers assembled in Warren Michigan by JTD Enterprises is one of the highest quality golf ball retriever lines in the market. The traditional Orange Two-Ball retriever comes in 9, 12, 15, 18, 21 and 24 foot models. All models are made with stainless steel tubular assembly that will never rust. Better Control with lock tubes at any length. Better Visibility with orange head color. Better Results with patented head designs. Better Value with ease of return on Product Description
Tired of losing your golf balls in water hazards? Turn to the Search and Rescue 24-foot two-ball retriever, which makes it possible to fish out submerged balls without getting your legs wet. Described as the "best investment in golf" by manufacturer JTD Enterprises, the device can pay for itself in just a few rounds--or quicker if you search for other golfers' mis-hits. The Search and Rescue retriever employs a larg... More >>

Search and Rescue 24-Foot Orange 2-Ball Retriever


5 Responses to “Search and Rescue 24-Foot Orange 2-Ball Retriever”
  1. L. R. Lester says:

    This is a great retriever. Works well. Only problem encounted is corrosion after use. Tip section comes off. This is my second 24 foot 2 ball retriever that I’ve purched.

    Lake Worth, Florida
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Got the 24 ft ball retriever. We had one before but it broke after 6 years of use. The catcher end is easy: you drop it just past the ball and pull towards you. The ball locks in place as you bring it ashore.

    The longer the better.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  3. Well made with solid materials. The extension feature works smoothly.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. Rod Williams says:

    I am disappointed with the results of this retriever. The problem is that you must have the retriever at just the right angle to trap a ball inside. The surface must also be free of branches, debris, etc. If I had it to do all over again, I would get the standard one ball retriever instead.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. This thing really works. I get balls that nobody else can reach, two at a time.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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