Featured Golf Product: BirdieBall Practice Ball

by Elyse on May 15, 2009

I was having a browse through YouTube yesterday and I came across some videos for the BirdieBall. I don’t know if these have been around for a while and I am just slow on the trends but I have never seen it before.

The concept behind the BirdieBall is that it is a practice golf ball but it is moulded in this unique hollow shape that makes it feel like a golf ball when you hit it but it only travels about 35 metres. Great for the lazy golfer!

I guess this makes practice easier for golfers because they don’t have to worry about collecting up the balls. Therefore, if you can’t make it to the driving range you can just go to a local park and practice. You could even set up an indoor practice area in a gym so that when the weather is bad golfers can still practice in comfort.

The BirdieBall would be a great product for a Corporate Golf Day because they can be branded and there are normally quite of new golfers that attend and so this makes practice easier for them.

In the above video a first time golfer is introduced to the BirdieBall the StrikePad, Velocity Tee and ShagStick.

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