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Wilson SpongeBob Squarepants Yellow Golf Balls

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Manufacturer Description

Whether you’re a child at heart or buying as a gift for a young golfer, the Wilson SpongeBob Squarepants Golf Balls are a great way to liven up any game. Two-piece construction features a vibrant yellow Surlyn cover printed with SpongeBob’s face and a distance-enhancing core, allowing any player to experience a great round of golf. Perfect for birthdays or stocking stuffers, these balls are a great way to encourage golfers of any age to get out on the course and have some fun!

  • Bright yellow Surlyn cover printed with SpongeBob’s face enchants golfers of all ages
  • Great gift idea to get kids interested in the game
  • Two-piece construction provides distance improvements
  • Avg Rating: 4.5 out of 5
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    better than you think
    12/8/2016
    I received a 6-pack of these balls from a senior fiend of mine. I love them. To prove a feeling I had, I pulled out a Pro V1 and drove it as well as the sponge bob. I swung equally well; the Pro V1 went 4-5 feet further than the bob. I'm a 16 handicap 69 year old, and still am very flexible and hit it quite well. Can't beat the bob.
    doug (Marshall, WI)
    Handicap 11 - 15
    Sponge Bob yellow golf balls
    11/11/2013
    I got these for my grand daughter, age 3.7 years old, a fan of SpongeBob. She knew right away who the face was and I have her practicing her putting with a Jr. putter.
    Alexander (Washougal, WA)
    Handicap 0 - 5
    okay
    12/26/2011
    these golf balls are okay the small divets dont hit it that far but they are straight im 11 with a iq iz callaway driver i recomend wilson 50/50 for elderly and kids they r extra soft
    noah (South Coffeyville, OK)
    Handicap 11 - 15
    Hole-in-One with Sponge Bob!
    7/10/2010
    My son David, age 9, used a Sponge Bob golf ball on Monday, July 5th and made his first hole-in-one on the 2nd hole at Georgetown Country Club in Ann Arbor, Michigan! I HIGHLY recommend this ball! The cool thing is that David said he was going to "hit Sponge Bob smack in the face" and he did! The ball went flying though the air, bounced onece on the fairway and onto the green. The ball rolled in the hole! ACE!
    Molly (Ann Arbor, MI)
    Handicap 0 - 5
    project
    1/10/2010
    Im doing a project at school to see the best golf ball by trying to beat up the golf ball. the golf balls we used are wilson spongebob, Starata 0, Top Flite XL 3000 and tittleist 4. Out of all of the golf balls spongebob was the BEST!!!!! And the spongebob puts a smile on your face for the ceapest price!!!! What a deal!!!!!!
    Zoe (Belmont Shore, CA)
    Handicap 11 - 15

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    Do you ship to New Zealand
    Kay
    10/06/2011 9:46 PM
    Yes, we do. Thanks.
    Golfballs.com Employee: Johnny
    10/10/2011 10:40 AM
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    My grand daughter had a Patrick Star golf ball and lost it playing with her dad. She is heart broken. Do you have any idea where I can find a replacement? It was originally purchased at Universal Studios and they don't have them any more.
    Sue Coes
    09/01/2011 1:06 PM
    Perhaps a Universal store or online store? We don't have access to those balls as they are made specifically for Universal. Thanks.
    Golfballs.com Employee: Johnny
    09/01/2011 4:10 PM
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    i always slice the ball ive played about 10 times this year and have only hit the ball straight with my clubs lower than a 6 what should i change
    bob
    06/12/2009 8:49 PM
    Great question. The majority of golfers will play a slice so you are not alone with this issue. Typically golfers will open their club face at impact as well as "cut across" the ball trying to help get the ball airborne. The only hope you have at this point is more practice!
    Golfballs.com Employee: Andy
    06/15/2009 12:11 PM
    Many slicers have their right thumb "behind" the shaft. This grip makes the right hand dominant and promotes an open clubface that cuts across the ball at impact. That clockwise rotation (spin) creates a slice. Letting the right thumb rest on the left side of the shaft makes the left hand stronger and squares the clubface at impact.
    Mid Handicap Golfer: Bob
    10/07/2010 6:31 PM
    I'm not the best golfer in the world, but one tip I was told about that I like is to push with your right hand as much as you are pulling with left, just a thought. Definitely worth a try in my opinion.
    Mid Handicap Golfer: Nate
    08/19/2011 11:18 AM
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