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Top Flite XLJ Junior 10-Piece Golf Club Set (5-8 Years Old, Right Hand)
Top Flite XLJ Junior 10-Piece Golf Club Set (5-8 Years Old, Right Hand)
The ideal club sets designed for juniors ages 5 to 8 or 9 to 12. There's no better way to grow a child's love of the game and foster a "Never Lay Up" attitude. The unique set makeup includes everything a young golfer will need to succeed on the course, from the oversized driver to the alignment putter. Available in right handed sets only.

This ten-piece set of children's golf equipment from Top-Flite comes with everything young golfers need to play a full 18, including a 360cc titanium composite driver, fairway wood, hybrid, two irons, and a putter. The set is designed for juniors ages five to eight with a height range of 41 to 52 inches, and is available in a right-handed configuration only. A lightweight stand bag with padded dual carry strap and four organizational pockets, three head covers, and a full rain hood keep your gear organized and protected from parking lot to tee to green and back again.
Club Features

Driver: 360cc forged driver with graphite Synchro-flex shaft generates long distance and features draw-biased weighting for better forgiveness and accuracy
Fairway Wood: Stainless steel fairway wood with draw weighting for increased distance and consistency
Hybrid: Easy-to-hit and versatile hybrid provides the playability of an iron with the distance of a wood
Irons: Perimeter-weighted stainless steel irons 7 and PW, have a deep undercut cavity back for more forgiveness
Putter: Mallet putter with alignment stripes for enhanced accuracy
Top-Flite golf clubs include a limited two-year manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
About Top-Flite Golf
Top-Flite began in 1895 as part of A.G. Spalding & Bros., and has evolved into a major subsidiary of Callaway Golf, the largest golf company in the world. Since its inception in North America, the company has been a technological pioneer in the golfing industry. It began more than 100 years ago, manufacturing the world's first golf ball. Since then, Top-Flite has driven nearly every major innovation of the modern rubber core golf ball. The company understands the game, and its history proves it.

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© PKG Photography A golf ball is a ball designed to be used in the game of golf. Under the Rules of Golf, a golf ball weighs no more than 1.620 oz (45.93 grams), has a diameter not less than 1.680 in (42.67 mm), and performs within specified velocity, distance, and symmetry limits. Like golf clubs, golf balls are subject to testing and approval by the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews and the United States Golf Association, and those that do not conform with regulations may not be used in competitions. HISTORY Wooden balls were the first used golf balls until the early 17th century, when the featherie ball added a new and exciting feature to the game of golf. A featherie is a hand sewn leather pouch stuffed with chicken or goose feathers and coated with paint. Enough feathers to fill a top hat were boiled and placed in the pouch. As the ball cooled, the feathers would expand and the hide would shrink, making a compact ball. If there were openings in the cowhide, stitchings were used to close them up. Due to its superior flight characteristics, the featherie remained the standard ball for more than two centuries. Despite this there were drawbacks. An experienced ball maker could only make a few balls in one day, so they were expensive. A single ball would cost between 2 shillings and sixpence and 5 shillings, which is the equivalent of 10 to 20 US dollars today. Also, it was hard to make a perfectly spherical ball, and because of this, the ball often flew irregularly. When playing in wet weather, the stitches in the ball would rot, and the ball could split open after hitting a hard surface. In 1848, the Rev. Dr Robert Adams Paterson (sometimes spelt Patterson) invented the gutta-percha ball (or guttie). The gutta was created from dried sap of a Malaysian Sapodilla Tree. The sap had a rubber-like feel and could be made round by heating and shaping it while hot. Accidentally, it was discovered that defects in the sphere from knicks and scrapes of normal use, could provide a ball with a truer flight than a pure sphere. Thus, makers started creating intentional defects in the surface by hammering the ball to give it an evenly dimpled shape which would cause the ball to have a more consistent ball flight. Because gutties were cheaper to produce and could be manufactured with textured surfaces to improve their aerodynamic qualities, they replaced feather balls completely within a few years.[4] In the 20th century, multi-layer balls were developed, first as wound balls consisting of a solid or liquid-filled core wound with a layer of rubber thread and a thin outer shell. This idea was first discovered by Coburn Haskell of Cleveland, Ohio in 1898. Haskell had driven to nearby Akron to keep a golf date with Bertram Work, then superintendent of B.F. Goodrich. While he waited for Work at the plant, Haskell idly wound a long rubber thread into a ball. When he bounced the ball, it flew almost to the ceiling. Work suggested Haskell put a cover on the creation, and that was the birth of the 20th century golf ball. The design allowed manufacturers to fine-tune the length, spin and "feel" characteristics of balls. Wound balls were especially valued for their soft feel, and continued to be popular until the early years of the 21st century.[5] Modern balls usually consist of several layers of various synthetic materials like surlyn or urethane blends. They are usually classified as two-piece, three-piece, or four-piece ball according to the number of layers. They come in a great variety of playing characteristics to suit the needs of golfers of different abilities.
The goal of Callaway's X-Series Irons has always been lofty: Set the performance standard for the industry. Callaway has done it again with the X-22 Irons, the best X-Series Irons Callaway has ever made. The perimeter weighting of the X-22s has been maximized for a moment of inertia (MOI) that’s 10 percent higher than their predecessors, meaning you get more forgiveness on off-center strikes. The ideal center of gravity position has been preserved, generating optimal ball-flight trajectories. Callaway has also incorporated the Modified Tru-Bore design, dampening vibration for enhanced feel. The tour-inspired head shape has a slightly thinner top line and sole with a large sweet spot for improved aesthetics and forgiveness to boost your confidence. Features: 1. True Temper High Launch Uniflex shaft 2. Precision notch weighting raises the MOI while maintaining the optimal CG position. 3. Tour-inspired head shape includes a thinner top line and narrower sole 4. Modified Tru-Bore dampens vibration for enhanced feel and performance

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Top-Flite XL Distance Golf Balls (15-Pack, Yellow)
The XL Distance Golf Ball and XL Straight Golf Ball have been the go to balls for distance, durability, and value since the 1980s. Now with significant advancements, the XL line is still the ball to tee up when you want to leave your buddies shots in the dust. Afterburner Core Technology provides more distance and feel, while the Distance Dimple Technology creates more streamlined ball flight. Basically, the XL line is longer than ever and it lasts until the cows come home. Even better, the XL Distance Golf Ball and XL Straight Golf Ball are both available in value rich packs of 15 golf balls