BirdieBall is the PGA Award-winning, limited flight practice golf ball that you can hit just about anywhere.
What’s so unique? Well, it has a limited flight distance of 40 metres, but it feels and flies just like a real golf ball.
BirdieBall draws and fades, but with a limited range so you can practice golf in the park, oval, backyard.
BirdieBalls fly about 40 metres on average. A little less with a wedge, a little more with a driver.
Remarkably though, BirdieBalls fly just like a regular golf ball . That's right! You can draw and fade them so you get accurate feedback on every shot you hit.
Why hit balls into a net and just guess at how the shot went? BirdieBalls fly far enough for you to see your ball flight, but short enough to retrieve with minimal effort.
Been hitting these birdie balls in my backyard and they are truly amazing. Does exactly as promoted. Feels like hitting a real golf ball. Flight of the birdieball is smaller version of real ball. Birdieball behaves the same way a real golf ball does when hit thin or fat. Great product.
Excellent training device- pricey though
I purchased these practise balls (BirdieBall) and I cannot be happier with them.
Before each round I use them and they are brilliant for warming up and feeling the middle of the club before stepping onto the first tee.
The balls travel about 40 metres, so a short walk and 24 swings and you feel confident to hit the first one up the middle.
I would recommend this product to any level of golfer. A quick, easy and convenient warm up prior to any round. Top product.
A great product and does exactly as it claims. You know when you’ve hit it perfectly by the line it takes and the sound it makes. You can shape the BirdieBall just like a real ball.
If you’re having trouble with your short game, then grab your SW and have a go with the BirdieBall. You’ll be surprised how quickly you’ll improve.
My only regret is that I should’ve bought the package with the foam tees so I can use my driver and 3W.
Great for practice when space is limited. Gives a good feel. Probably travels straighter than the real thing.
Works very well. Does what I wanted. Would recommend to others. Thanks.
I am thoroughly enjoying the BirdieBall StrikePad set! It is a great way to practice without the hassle of going all the way to the course. I use it often and it allows me to have immediate feedback and to practice shaping my shots within a relatively small area.
The StrikePad is a must as it lets me use the BirdieBall on the go without the risk of taking divots and destroying my local park. I would love to be able to purchase another StrikePad individually as this would allow myself and a friend to hit the BirdieBall back and forth, like kicking a football, without worrying about tearing up the grass.
Thank you so much for a great product, it has improved my game and has become a fun and meaningful activity in my spare time!
Love these. Where I live, space to practice is extremely limited so BirdieBall has filled a massive void in my golfing practice (long irons and woods). I was extremely impressed by the flight and sound feedback in the shots differing from well hit to the poorly hit ones.
A valuable tool for warming up before a game too!
A truly great product
I'm a new golfer. I first saw BirdieBalls on a YouTube golf product review. I thought to myself that they looked like fun, and I can practice my golf in my back yard between going to the driving range.
I practice every day and aim to hit at least 100 BirdieBalls before I head out. The balls would have over 4000 hits received by now and are holding up well. I was wondering if they would wear out, but nope they are very tough and look like they will last quiet awhile.
One thing that stands out for me is you can see them spin which gives me an idea if I have hit them well. I took some balls to the driving range and showed the owner a BirdieBall. He was quite impressed by the way it works.
The BirdieBall is a great training tool in a limited area.
You are more likely to practice when you don't have to travel to the range.
Feels close to a real golf ball strike and indicates a good strike, slice or hook with its flight.
As I am unable to get to a driving range easily I have found the BirdieBall a good option to enable me to play full shots including woods and long irons in my backyard. I get instant feedback by watching the way the BirdieBall flies to show me whether I have hit the shot correctly.
I recommend the BirdieBall for anyone who wants to do some practice at home or in a local park without the need to travel too far.
As an on-road caravan traveller BirdieBall has been a fantastic plus for me. Rarely unless you go to a practise area and pay for balls, can you practise just anywhere. Caravan parks are impossible to hit balls, even just chipping. Too much damage to grass even on any oval areas owners do not like you to do it.
With BirdieBall and the StrikePad, you can use it almost anywhere there is an open area, no hard balls flying around, no digging up grass areas. You use BirdieBall off concrete, stones, sand. Sensational! All you need depending on club is a maximum of 50 /60 metres.
Love hearing that zing of the BirdieBall when you hit it sweet, especially when practising a certain move you have been trying to get right. Practice anywhere on almost any surface.
BirdieBall has been an essential part of my practice and game warm up for some years. When other golfers see me they always are amazed and ask me about it so I give them one and now I have to buy more. You really only need one or two but they are so cheap.
I live on the water front and in summer when the north-easterly howls in I hit into the wind with my 60 degrees lob wedge and catch it as it comes back. Most of my warm up and practice involves the lob wedge as a lob wedge has to be hit fairly aggressively. I originally bought the launch pad/board but no longer use it. It is really unnecessary.
You can fade or draw it and it is great to also practice chipping and short or long pitching and of course, your full powerful swing. If I remember correctly BirdieBall won the golf invention of the year some years ago in the US. Incidentally over time I seem to have accumulated BirdieBalls with advertising logos and it is a great promotional tool if your clients are golfers. Kids love to hit BirdieBall. They float!
Barry E. (member Nelson Bay and Horizons golf clubs)
Great product, easy to use and instant feedback on each swing.
Convenient tool for backyard and small spaces, can use my driver in the backyard and only just clear the back fence.
Overall very happy, would definately recommend.
If you are looking to improve your ball striking, the BirdieBall is a great way to practice when you have less space than a full driving range.They shape and fly in a way that gives you feedback on how you are hitting. Mistakes are less pronounced in ball flight, building confidence and making it easier to find later. I've hit 100 in a session and felt satisfied it was a good workout.