Spalding Junior Golf Sets ages 7-10yrs / 11-14yrs in Red or Blue was £60 now £25 @ Tesco Direct (+£2 C+C on orders under £30 unless Del Saver Customer) - HotUKDeals
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Spalding Junior Golf Sets ages 7-10yrs / 11-14yrs in Red or Blue was £60 now £25.00 @ Tesco Direct (+£2 C+C on orders under £30 unless Del Saver Customer)

£25.00 @ Tesco Direct
I'll be quite honest with you, although I am the Queen of Crazy Golf & I've done a round or 2 on Pitch & Putt, I am not an expert on golf clubs, but my kids are quite keen & indeed go to a club with t… Read More
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[mod] 8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago
I'll be quite honest with you, although I am the Queen of Crazy Golf & I've done a round or 2 on Pitch & Putt, I am not an expert on golf clubs, but my kids are quite keen & indeed go to a club with the school even though they are only 6. My husband has even made them a mini course in our back garden (well he's not filled in the holes the Jack Russells have dug), but the little "play" clubs are outgrown now, so I have been looking around for some better ones, but I didn't want to spend too much as the eldest girl is shooting up & is already the height of an average 11yr old. I came across these sets down from £60 to £25 at Tesco Direct, I had a quick google search & the reviews for Spalding brand aren't bad at all, obviously they aren't going to be Open standard at this price, but think they're worth a punt for what you get & they're cheaper than most if not all the "generic" unbranded sets around.
You have to pay £2 C+C unless your order is over £30 or you are a delivery saver customer, then you can get Free Delivery or Free C+C on orders over £10 (you can have 1 mths free trial by signing up & it can be cancelled at anytime) will pop link in 1st post.
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link to FREE 1 Month Delivery Saver Trial + Keep checking HERE as they sometimes do vouchers for money off plans

Edited By: wishihadadonkey on Aug 06, 2016 09:22
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Also this price I store but marked up at £30
#3
Thanks op, ordered :)
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I have been playing golf a for 15 years plus. If you are serious about learning to play then 3 clubs and a putter is not enough. I would recommend a half set or a 2nd hand set. Also the kids could probably get away with a ladies set, depending on their height.

Edited By: Gooner77 on Aug 06, 2016 09:52
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I have been playing golf a for 15 years plus. If you are serious about learning to play then 3 clubs and a putter is not enough. I would recommend a half set or a 2nd hand set. Also the kids could probably get away with a ladies set, depending on their height.

You're right, but I think I'll give them some time with these & make sure it's not a fad, then will step up if they really want to do it, I had experience with my adult son, buying him Judo kit, cricket whites etc for them all to be fads & he ended up doing fencing, rugby, football & tennis all through his teens :D
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wishihadadonkey
Gooner77
I have been playing golf a for 15 years plus. If you are serious about learning to play then 3 clubs and a putter is not enough. I would recommend a half set or a 2nd hand set. Also the kids could probably get away with a ladies set, depending on their height.

You're right, but I think I'll give them some time with these & make sure it's not a fad, then will step up if they really want to do it, I had experience with my adult son, buying him Judo kit, cricket whites etc for them all to be fads & he ended up doing fencing, rugby, football & tennis all through his teens :D


My son (5) loves mini golf, this is a new thing since his dad bought him a season pass for m&d's. We get a free round everytime we go. I'm with u on this, want to be sure he wants to play before buying bigger expensive sets
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The biggest mistake parents make when buying clubs for their kids is that they buy the bigger/older set thinking they will grow into them but it just makes it harder for them to play as the are too long and heavy for them to swing.Its a bit like buying them a size 5 shoe when they only take a size 3
#8
These look fine to test the water for the younger ages. I bought my son a similar half set (different brand) online for around £60 when he was 5 and they did fine for a year or 2. When he was 10 I bought him a half set of USKIDS golf second hand on ebay for £45 and hes only just outgrowing them now at 13 - they are the longest set they sell and in fact sit between ladies and mens regular for length. It's going to cost me real money for the next set but he still seems keen and enjoys having golf lessons now.
#9
They were £25 in my local Tesco a couple of days ago
#10
Thanks OP, bought a set each for my 2 boys for crimbo
#11
£25 in store at Walsall Tesco today, both red and blue sets
#12
The 7-9 aged are OOS :( was going to buy two sets for my boys for xmas

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