What golfer couldn’t use more practice? My husband and I sure can, and we often hit golf balls on the large grassy areas on our property. However, I was always concerned about a stray ball breaking one of our (or a neighbors) windows. That would be one costly mistake, and one thing I am trying hard to avoid from happening.
We have found the perfect practice balls, they are made by “Brush T” and are called Brush T Basic Limited Flight Practice Golf Balls.
This set of eight practice golf balls comes in a blister packed package of eight balls, two of each color: red, orange, blue and yellow. They are the same size as a real golf ball, and have the dimpled exterior as well. To give these the feel of a real golf ball, they are made from Surlyn, which is the tear resistant plastic outer material that modern golf balls are made with.
Because of this, these practice balls give the feel of hitting an actual golf ball, and they have a realistic trajectory. Golfers can actually fade, draw or spin the Brush T Limited Flight Golf Balls much like a real one.
When we first started using plastic balls in our yard to practice our swing, or chipping and out putts, I didn’t like the feel of golf sized wiffle balls, but another golfer told us about these, and how much better they were for getting the feel of the ball. At the same time, they don’t go nearly as far as a regular golf ball will, so they are easier to retrieve, and I have no worries about them damaging anything on our property should I not hit them accurately.
The package says that they will fly up to 35 yards, which is quite accurate, my husband can smack them a bit farther on his hardest shot. Unlike other plastic practice balls, the Brush T Limited Flight Golf Balls won’t wear out and they retain their shape. It hit by accident into water, these balls won’t sink but will float on top, again easy to retrieve.
Nothing helps the game of golf more than good old fashioned practice! The nearest golf course or driving range is about 20 miles from us, and it gets expensive to go and buy a bucket of balls to practice our swing and get a feel for our clubs. I just purchased a brand new set of Tommy Armor clubs, and whenever I change clubs it takes practice to get used to them. These practice balls allow me to stay right at home and practice my swing, hits, putting and chipping, which saves me a lot of money over the spring and summer months. These are great practice balls, and they really do simulate the flight of a real golf ball.
Pricewise, they are not expensive, the package of eight Brush T Limited Flight Balls retails for only $8.99, and my husband and I get along fine with using just 8 of them at a time. These are the original product made by Bonfit Sport of Bonfit America, Inc.