Top Flite Kids' XLj 7 Iron (Height 53'' and above)
The XLj 7 Iron is designed for kids ages 9-13 or with a height of 53'' and above. It has a wide sole to lower the center of gravity, generating a higher, longer, and straighter shot. The youth iron is designed with a junior flex, lightweight composite shaft to maximize clubhead speed. This Top Flite XLj 7 Iron is the perfect addition to a junior golfer's club set.
- Designed for junior golfers ages 9-13 or with a height of 53'' and above
- Available in youth right and left hand
- 7-Iron features a wide sole to lower the center of gravity to promote higher, longer and straighter shots
- Lightweight composite shaft features a specifically designed junior flex to maximize clubhead speed
- Junior sized rubber grip features an integrated design to teach hand position for a correct grip
- Top Flite
Country of Origin: United StatesWeb ID: 19616606
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by lunker golfing with jr my son absollutly love this club!! The design help him hit really good shots. At $20 it's great starter / learner club for young ones. April 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by BILLWAZ25 GOOD FIRST CLUB VERY GOOD FIRST CLUB FOR MY DAUGHTER PLUS YOU CANT BEAT THE PRICE! May 31, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by LS Excellent quality for price but,,,, Only had right handed in all stores, and packaging has "boys" on it. Don't have any stating for "girls", which is an insult. Hard to give a pre-teen girl a product with "for boys" on it. Girls golf as much as boys. December 28, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Jeffqb21 Grip needs attention I got this club for my 10 year old boy who left his 7iron on the course. The club itself seems to be fine, and my son hit it well. However, the grip is very stiff. He complains that it hurts his hands to swing it, but he likes the club. We will regrip the club soon, and make that another lesson on club maintenance. July 8, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by ProfS You get what you pay for with this youth iron. This is a good value starter club for a youth who is not sure whether or not golf is a sport that he or she will pursue. I learned that the irons are a good starting point and that drivers should be avoided in the early stages of learning. My son is 58" which is too tall for youth sets and not tall enough for the adult sets. I was told that the female petite sets may be a good option. Since I am learning myself, I may consider purchasing a set in a neutral color that we can share. In the interim this is a great starter club. The only caveat is that the grip material and shape is not the best and my son developed a blister. I would suggest wearing gloves on both hands or having band aids on hand just in case. July 1, 2015
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