Monday, June 4, 2012

Petrino golf gear for sale at Goodwill

Posted By on Mon, Jun 4, 2012 at 10:03 AM

GOING, GOING: Bobby Petrino luggage and golf bags at Springdale Goodwill.
  • GOING, GOING: Bobby Petrino luggage and golf bags at Springdale Goodwill.

Former Razorback football coach Bobby Petrino is in the midst of a clearance of Arkansas property, including his home and lake house.

Sunday, a friend reports, she dropped into the Goodwill store in Springdale and saw this lot of personalized bags, including two sets of golf clubs, behind the counter. Petrino apparently turned to a good cause for house cleaning.

The set of personalized luggage sold over the weekend. But two sets of golf clubs, in personalized bags, remain on offer. Goodwill will accept bids for them through June 16. Starting price for each is a suggested $150. One bid may be made by phone. But subsequent bids must be made in the store.

An Atlanta Falcon jacket, from Petrino's brief run as head coach there, is also up for bid in the $15 to $20 range. And he has some other personal items apparently to be put into the Goodwill retail stream in a few weeks.

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