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Getting balls for young kids just starting

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I have twin 7 year old girls that have been enjoying hitting some plastic balls with a plastic club in the yard. They do pretty well so I'm thinking of moving them up to a real set of clubs. but I want to get them pink balls (hey they are seven and will get a bigger kick out of a cheap pink ball than a white pro v). so shopping around i found pink nitro golf balls and pink top flite d2s the nitros are less than $7 a box and the top flites around $13-14. at this stage will the difference in ball matter to them? right now they can get the ball in the air a little but not hit it very far.

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The only concern for you at this point should be price. Buy the cheapest you can find.
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I have a 5yr old golfer. What you're looking for is low compression.

Callaway soft
Wilson 50/50
Sirixon solf feel
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Srixon has an "Angry Bird" ball for kids ... it's what I bought.

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Angry birds are 70 compression. Made for 13yr olds.

For a 7 year old they'll feel hard as a rock. Lowest compression on the market is the one you need.
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Doesn't Nike make golf balls specifically for kids?
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I just gave my daughter a bunch of colored balls I've found on the course over the years, and she also likes to color on the white ones... I figure whatever she likes is fine by me.

I did buy her a dozen hot pink balls as one of her bday presents. She hasn't lost one yet, but we pretty much just hang around the practice greens and a wide open easy little Par 3 at this point
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