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Fromthecoast

Clubs for kids

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Trying to find some clubs that would be good for introducing my 5 year old to the game. Don't want to spend a fortune on clubs he will outgrow quickly. Just want to get him hitting here an there. I see US kids golf had a 9 iron with a training grip. I'm thinking that might be a good starter club and add a putter or wood/driver if he enjoys it. Any thoughts or suggestions?
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Originally Posted by Fromthecoast

Trying to find some clubs that would be good for introducing my 5 year old to the game. Don't want to spend a fortune on clubs he will outgrow quickly. Just want to get him hitting here an there. I see US kids golf had a 9 iron with a training grip. I'm thinking that might be a good starter club and add a putter or wood/driver if he enjoys it. Any thoughts or suggestions?

Yes, Callaway Preowned Has a Deal on a 5-8 yr old set - jump on it as the quantity is limited - driver, fairway, hybrid, 9i, wedge, putter and bag - and a great price.

http://www.callawaygolfpreowned.com/juniors-x-2008/juniors-x-2008,default,pd.html

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It looks like those are lefty only
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Which coast are you on? I bought some off of craigslist. I bought a nice set of Barbie clubs for 15 clams shipped! They were brand new!

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The Gulf Coast. South Mississippi specifically.
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Originally Posted by Fromthecoast

The Gulf Coast. South Mississippi specifically.

Thought if you were on the east coast and close you could check out the set I have.

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Originally Posted by Fromthecoast

It looks like those are lefty only

A look around the site also revealed this similar set for under $100 in right hand

Sorry - that set was for 9-12 year olds....

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Originally Posted by Mr. Desmond

A look around the site also revealed this similar set for under $100 in right hand

Sorry - that set was for 9-12 year olds....

See if there is anything here that will fit...

http://www.golfdiscount.com/search?search=junior

Season15 and/or Holiday give you a 15% off coupon that ends tonight.

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Hey thanks for the links. I'm going to check them out. Not sure I want to drop $200+ just yet. I'd like to get him swinging a club first. Even if I have to upgrade soon. There is room for hand me downs or a second set of clubs when one of his friends want to play.
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First tee provides clubs
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I picked up a set of Intech? I think, that was the brand. 5-8 year old clubs, wood, 3 irons and a putter with a bag for 30 bux on cl.

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Have you been satisfied with the Intech clubs? I've seen them but didn't have anything to go off of.
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My boy wants new equipment ... When I replaced his 9i, which he lost, he said "but it's not new."

I said, "Neither are your other clubs."

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I bought a US Kids golf 9 iron with the training grip. Ill probably pick him up a putter as well. Those two should keep him busy for a while.
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Originally Posted by Fromthecoast

I bought a US Kids golf 9 iron with the training grip. Ill probably pick him up a putter as well. Those two should keep him busy for a while.


Initech clubs are a little heavy for a 5 year old but they seemed solid. Like I said I got them second hand and they were pretty nicked up.

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I will probably try to buy used for a full set. I'm hoping to get him started chipping and pitching in the backyard and go from there.
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