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Super

“Soft balls”

published 17/05/2012

AdvantagesSmall, fun, soft

DisadvantagesNone

...Our garden is not very big, its big enough to play in and have a good time but not massive so these soft balls are perfect for throwing and kicking around out there. The balls come in a pack of three and being a girl we got the pink version for my daughter. You can get the balls in an original looking state but these are just as cute and do the same things so we decided to get these instead...

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Excellent

“Chad Valley Play Balls”

published 08/04/2013

Advantagesnice bright colours, lots of uses

DisadvantagesNone for us

...Jayden received these play balls for Christmas along with a little pop up ball pit, the play balls are available from many places both on the high street and online but these came from Argos and cost £4.99. The Chad Valley Play Balls were packed in a blue net bag with a zip running around the top  and a little carry handle making them easy to take home although they are a little bulky to carry...

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Excellent

“I've Got Soft Balls!”

published 10/06/2006

AdvantagesExtra distance with the driver. Excellent control and spin. Well priced high performance golf ball for the average golfer.

DisadvantagesMeaningless advertising.

...technical jargon in their advertising as possible. Thus the Srixon Soft Feel is marketed as having a "Rabalon® HR Elastomer Blended" cover, and a "Super Soft Dual core" centre. Much play is also put on it having "Seamless 333 Aerodynamic" dimples, as it's seemingly the only golf ball on the market with an odd (as opposed to even) number of dimples on its surface. All this meaningless gobbledigook makes...

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