The Golphin For Kids clubs have been built using aero-space alloy which is 22% lighter than other junior golf clubs. This design helps the young golfer to keep balance and encourage the kids to instinctively hinge and rotate their wrists and arms on the back swing. Traditional junior and kids’ clubs are too heavy, causing the kids to sway, lose control, resulting in the club swinging the kid, rather than the kid swinging the club.
The oversize club heads makes golf easier, with a 35% larger sweet spot to encourage a more confident ball strike. A high lofts and more forgiving lie angle combined with a sole which resists impact on mats or turf, make these clubs so easy to get the ball up in the air. High flight grooves help to generate more spin on the golf ball to increase the trajectory for added distance down the course. The set comes with a high quality junior putter has been designed with a balanced heel and toe design helps to promote a stable putting stroke and a visual sight-line ensures the junior golfers can line up their putts with ease.
The junior package set also features:
Driver/7&SW Irons/Putter/Stand Bag
Suitable Height Range of Between 47" & 51"
The package also comes complete with stand bag which provides a great golfing experience by providing dual comfort straps which ensure the weight of your equipment is equally distributed across the shoulders for increased comfort. For around the greens of tee, the bag has an auto-deploy stand for ease of use which also keeps the bag dry and clean. 3 spacious pockets provide ample storage for all your golfing accessories and clothing and comes with matching rain hood to keep your valuable equipment safe from the elements.
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Golphin Graph Dr7IrSWPtr reviews verified by reevoo
(8.3 out of 10)
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Value for money
Scores 8.3 out of 10based on 3 reviews
(5 out of 10)
Lightweight, large head, fairly easy to hit ball
Too lightweight! Not easy to hit a long distance
21 June 2017
19 August 2017
(10 out of 10)
Lightweight and oversized heads
03 April 2017
28 April 2017