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BirdieBall- 12 Balls


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  • Plastic
  • Imported
  • Feel and spin like a golf ball
  • Made from a durable super polymer
  • Endorsed by golf teaching professionals all across the country
  • 12/pack
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Product Description

Birdie Ball is a limited flight practice golf ball without limited feel. True feel with a long hang time, golf ball-like, trajectory! But it only flies 40 yards, so you have your own backyard driving range. Take a full swing. Draw it Fade it. Birdie Balls won’t break like perforated practice balls or wiffleballs. Improve your ability to control a real golf ball.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 2 x 8 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B001603N66
  • Item model number: DBBAL12
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,946 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Great for practicing in the park or your yard.
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When you make solid contact they feel pretty much like hitting a golf ball and they make a very cool buzzing sound when they fly.
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These give you all the information of hitting a real ball: push, pull, draw, fade, hook, slice, shot height.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By S. Paradise on November 21, 2009
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I have been hitting balls into a net for many years using video for swing analysis.I was looking for something that would not require a heavy duty net. If you hit regular golf balls into a cheap net they will wear holes in it fairly quickly. The birdie ball fits the bill perfectly. Has the feel of hitting a real ball plus it has enough weight to it which is the key. If you hit plastic balls that are too light they just don't feel right. I ordered a dozen but am still using the first one so they have very good durability. The birdie ball is the closest thing to a real golf ball I have ever used.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ted R on March 18, 2014
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I have used the wiffle ball style fake golf balls, a few brands of foam golf balls, real golf balls and a catch net, and now these BirdieBalls. There is absolutely nothing on the market that I've come across that even compares to the BirdieBall. You can hit these with absolutely everything you have and they really only go 40-50 yards (wedges and irons) and give you a ton of feedback on your shot. Unlike a foam ball, wiffle ball, or real ball into a net, you actually see the result of your shot with these. Do you slice on the course? You're gonna slice with these too. The bright side is now you can correct your slice in the comfort of your own backyard. Also, unlike other training balls, you feel the impact with these, very much like a real golf ball. I have also found that BirdieBalls have something to offer that no driving range I've ever been to has been able to...I can finally practice sidehill, uphill, and downhill lies. Driving ranges are great, but they are always flat and conditions are pretty much perfect, whether you're hitting off a mat or grass. With these, I can hit from wherever I have 40-50 yards. I've been using them behind obstacles too. I don't find myself hitting off the fairway as much as I'd like, and now I can practice hitting up and over bushes and around trees. Once again, something you just can't do on a driving range. I am hopeful that it will help my real golf game, as most of us know how discomforting it can be to shoot a quality shot when all you're worried about is not hitting that tree, tall grass, bush, road, etc.

I've used these off a mat, short cut grass, and grass that hasn't been mowed in weeks and every time I'm impressed. Finally a product that I can hit with a full swing and see true results of my swing, without leaving my yard.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By E. Toro on April 2, 2010
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I was desperate to practice golf but I didn't want to be paying $10 for a bucket of 100 balls at a driving range. You know 1 bucket is never enough so it starts to become real expensive to practice. So I decided to start looking for the best practice golf ball I could find. I read many reviews and watched lots of videos and after some deliberation I decided to buy Birdieballs. My plan was to go nearest school and practice hitting Birdieballs at their football field in the afternoons (with my own golf mat of course not on the actual ground). I fell in love with the product. You know you hit it well when it makes the turbine sound. It only goes 40 yards or so which means you don't have to be walking around very far to pick them up. They truly feel like if you are hitting a golf ball and that your time is well spent.

If you consider you will be paying $10 or more when you go to most driving ranges the Birdieballs will pay for themselves after a few times out practicing. I have saved hundreds of dollars already in money that I would have paid at a driving range. I go to any school, open space or park near my home and have my own driving range all to myself. I can say that my golf game has improved tremendously by hitting Birdieballs. I can hit as many as I want anytime I want and that has done a lot for my game.

In conclusion if you don't have the money to be going to the driving range every weekend you should definitely buy Birdieballs. You can practice all you want without the costs. I do recommend that you buy your own golf mat and not the strikepad (a good golf mat can cost you about $40 you can find cheaper). Both the birdieballs and the golf mat will pay for themselves after a few practices in savings and in improvements in your game.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Chuck C. on June 17, 2009
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Great product that gives you the feel and feedback of real golf ballls with distance that can be used in any yard. I love hitting them. You can do anything you can with real balls. I believe they are great for anyone with limited amount of room.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Doo Dah Man on June 22, 2014
I bought a 12 pack with the strike pad last year. I have about 100 yards to the street in my front yard. I can swing as hard as I want and cannot get to the road, not really even close. And they don't really roll more than a bounce, so there's nothing to worry about there. I have gotten a couple odd looks from the cops rolling down my road. As for performance, I love these. Once the season sets in, it can be hard to find time to get to the range and to play - what with little league, work, family events, graduations (you know the drill). So, I usually opt to play, and usually regret it when I haven't been able to groove a swing at the range once or twice that week. With these, I can walk out front for 30 minutes and hit 30-40 balls in complete peace and quiet. Great for the night before an early morning round. I find they definitely pick up the same flaws that exist when I'm hitting real balls, and I find that they definitely help me try to keep things grooved. I try to work them a bit. Sometimes I have success and sometimes I don't - but that is much more likely operator error since the exact same results happen with real balls. They will definitely hook or slice or even pop up if you put a bad swing on them. I have found them durable. After nine months of somewhat regular hitting, a couple are getting a little out of round, but I am hitting them with full, hard swings and I have bounced a few off trees and my driveway and my roof, so I can't complain. It's not like they're made out of titanium. For a little while, I tossed them in my car trunk and hit a few at a park near work at lunch (at least until some old hag threatened to call the cops since "driving golf balls" is prohibited. I tried to explain they weren't golf balls, but she had not apparently read any of these reviews.Read more ›
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