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Callaway 9 Soft Flight HX Practice Balls - Pink

RRP: £12.99
Price: £5.55 & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £10. Details
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  • Durable, soft-flite golf balls
  • Features Callaway's patented hex pattern dimples
  • Includes mesh carry bag

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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Fantastic practice balls 20 Jan 2010
By Sean P. Budlong - Published on Amazon.com
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These, along with the Almost Golf P3 Almost Golf Practice Ball 36 Pack balls, are the best golf practice balls that I've found. They're made of soft rubber and won't break any windows or dent your car (I've hit mine numerous times). With dimples like a real golf ball, they take spin and give you a good idea about the kind of swing you've made. You need some room to hit these, though. With a 9-iron, I can hit these anywhere from, say, 40-65 yards. I have no idea how the distance with this ball compares to a real golf ball. Maybe half or a third the distance. I'll find out next time I visit the range. When I compare these with the Almost Golf P3 Almost Golf Practice Ball 36 Pack balls, which I also highly recommend, the key difference is feel. The Callaways are very soft, and with that much give in them, at impact you have a hard time really feeling the clubhead compress the ball. The sound tells you when you've made good contact, and then you watch ball flight. With the Almost Golf balls, they're a hard kind of rubber, and when I hit those, I can actually feel and see, in my mind's eye, the clubhead squared up against the ball, and I know where it's going from that instant. So the sensation is very much like hitting a real golf ball. Of course, the weight of a real golf ball makes a big difference when I go from hitting these practice balls and try out my swing on the range. I find that my swing starts to break down pretty quickly at the range, because I'm fighting the strange weight of the ball and still trying to hit it as far as I think I should be, based on distances I've hit the Almost Golf ball in my yard (and that should be a third the distance of a real golf ball). But that's another story. The Callaways are just great, and such a pleasure after hitting with solid white plastic practice balls, which begin to crack and dent after a few swings, even easy ones with a 9-iron.
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Make sure you have room to hit these 21 Jun 2011
By S. Salisbury - Published on Amazon.com
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Should have read the reviews a bit closer! I bought these so I could hit some balls in the back yard, as well as have some balls the kids can play with that won't damage the windows. While these are certainly distance-limited, I wonder how far they actually fly in comparison to a real ball. Not knowing the distance, I hit my very first ball (with an eight-iron) over my house. I have a pretty large yard and I am now limited to hitting wedges, chipping, and letting the kids play with them.

Bottom line is that these seem like good practice balls, you just need to have an appropriate amount of space if you want to take full swings. I'd guess they fly 2/3 the distance of a real ball.
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Great practice balls for the yard or park! 12 Aug 2011
By Brian Grzymkowski - Published on Amazon.com
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I wanted practice balls that got decent distance, had at least some weight to them, but were completely safe for a few errant shots at the park. I mainly use them to work on my short game, but will occasionally hit a few with my driver to change things up. I tried Almost Golf practice balls, but felt that their shell is a bit too hard if you will be anywhere near cars or people. These are more dense and fly farther than comparable Tommy Armour foam practice balls that my buddy brought out with him the last time we went. I hit a car and have come closer than I would have liked to a passing jogger or two, but these are absolutely harmless. They have the feel of a very tiny dodgeball. You probably won't get a smile from a passing stranger under those circumstances, but at least no one (or their property) will get hurt. They have dimples and are moderately easy to find in the grass. Pink might be brighter and easier to see if available. Comes in a small nylon carrying bag. We tend to hit them all from a fixed spot and then try and chip them back to our bags wherever they fall.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Great Balls 28 Mar 2012
By Charles Compain - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought theses with several other soft foam and wiffle golf balls that were OK but these one's are great. I highly recommend buying these. I'ts hard to get a great feel for how your hitting the ball so the response isn't totally accurate. It is not completely like your hitting a golf ball but you can still tell bad shots from good shots.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Great ball, they float! 15 Aug 2012
By Michael - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased two packs of these to take on a houseboat trip. We hit them off the top deck of our boat at an anchored float. They were a lot of fun. They float very well, they stand tall in the water and are easy to find. They get a little water logged but dry out quick and it doesn't effect the flight too much. If you want to rip these with a driver you better have a big yard. They are soft but they fly really far. We were hitting a target about 50-60 feet away with a sand wedge if that helps with relative distance.
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