Golf Clubs Your Kids Will Never Outgrow

 

Introducing kids to the game of golf is one thing. Getting them the proper equipment is another, and we all know how difficult that can be. The glaring issue until now is that kids grow and golf clubs don’t (plus, they are expensive!) With that idea in mind, youth golf will never be the same thanks to a new initiative called Junior.club. Essentially, it is club leasing program, in conjunction with Callaway Golf, which members choose full sets of clubs for their children based on their height. Once they outgrow them, you simply return the clubs and select a new size which will be conveniently shipped to your door. 

 

Some of the highlights of the program feature no long term commitments since members have the option of a monthly or an annual plan, “one click” upgrades which makes ordering a cinch, and most importantly, the equipment is made by one of the top manufacturers in the game.

For as low as $12 per month, your child can begin developing their love for the game with equipment the pros play. Check it out today.

 

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