JUNIOR GOLF CLUBS – Best Presents for Kids

Here at Stay-At-Home Dad Reviews we feel getting active, exercising, and sports activities are crucial to a young girls well being. That’s what makes a present from this review one of the best presents for kids.




My daughter likes to play quite a few sports actually, but the new one she picked up this summer was golfing. 

My parents had bought her a great set of US KIDS Junior Golf Clubs when she was a toddler, as my Dad is an avid golfer and wanted to be the one to buy my daughter her 1st set. The clubs were beautiful and the bag was very cute, all pink and black. Because they are one of the best presents for kids of either gender, they also bought sets of boy Junior Golf Clubs for my nephews when they got that age as well. 

But we had never taken her out to use them until this year when I took her to a driving range for the first time on Fathers Day Morning. 


When we got there, filled our buckets, and were ready to start swinging, it became painfully obvious that she had outgrown the size of Junior Golf Clubs she was trying to use by a couple of years. Luckily the golf pro that was there brought a properly sized Driver over and asked if she’d like to use it. Once she got a suitable sized club in her hand she took to it like a natural. Balls were flying off the tee box. Such a great Fathers Day.


Following that my daughter had some birthday money left and she decided without hesitation that the birthday money was going to a new, proper set of Junior Golf Clubs. So we went and spent an afternoon shopping for her new set. She ended up picking the RAM G FORCE Junior Golf Clubs. I’m surprised she went with the blue colored set, when there were pink options available. Haha.

Following that, the first time she went out on an actual course it was with me and both of her grandparents (my mom and dad). And she was excited because she could now show off her brand new set of clubs she had just bought.


It’s began to create some real nice family memories this past summer. She’s been out playing a handful of other times this summer with her grandparents as well. And another time when we were camping with family in BC, me and my cousin took her out as well.

This time before hand, I said to my daughter that if she wanted to come with us that she had to be out of bed and ready to go super early because the plan was to leave, go golfing, and comeback before any of the other kids had gotten up so we could make breakfast. She said that absolutely she was coming 100%, we even did our daddy-daughter secret handshake where she promised to get up that early. So me, my daughter, and cousin started the day off right – getting up at sunrise to hit the links! My daughter loved it once again.  



Scary thing is that she’s improving rapidly every single time. And she LOVES to play. Think I might have the next Annika Sorenstam on my hands. (Fingers Crossed)


Junior Golf Clubs typically come with three to five clubs – her set has a Driver, a Hybrid, a 7-Iron, a Wedge, and a Putter. A Golf Bag usually comes included with Junior Golf Clubs as well. Keep in mind though, that just because you’ve bought a bag with some clubs in it, you’re not quite done shopping yet. You still need: tees (my daughter likes the pink ones), you need balls (again my daughter likes the pink ones), a golf glove, (my daughters is just white), and golf shoes (those we have not yet purchased for her but will soon).





DAUGHTERS REVIEW: “I got to pick my own brand new set of Junior Golf Clubs. I was so happy to buy them with my own money. I love how excited I get when I putt the ball in the hole, and one time I even hit it all the way to the green on my first shot with my Driver!”

DADS REVIEW: I love golfing and wished I was able to do more of it. Maybe my daughter enjoying it will give me the motivation to do it more often again, on a more regular basis. So, yeah, definitely buy your children a set of Junior Golf Clubs. A family day at the course sounds like a perfect Saturday to me.”



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  1. Aloha Stay-At-Home Dad!

    Thanks for sharing you and your daughters golf club story! I am not a father, but have three nieces and this would be a great gift idea for them, my sister, and brother in-law.

    I never thought of golf as a great father-daughter bonding sport, but you make a great point. It is a good reason to enjoy the outdoors and share quality time with your kids.

    The golf clubs you mention in the article sound perfect… I know my nieces would definitely want the pink pair. How do you recommend sizing the golf clubs? It is based on the child’s height correct?

    Thanks again for sharing this great article!

    Warmest Aloha,

    • Aloha as well Bryce, hope you are well my friend.

      Yeah, junior golf clubs are based on height, I’ve left you a link with a sizing chart here. Junior Clubs tend to come in set boxes anyway, like my daughter was right borderline between two sizes, so we bought the slightly bigger ones so she can still grown into them and use them next year too.

      Just click on the links in this review and your Christmas shopping will be done just like that! Haha. Greatest Uncle Ever!!!

      Take care, hope to chat again real soon.

      – Bill

  2. Hi. This was a great story. I’m not a golfer but enjoyed reading how you and your daughter went out golfing on Father’s Day. My kids are adults now and off to post secondary so I’m likely not to have this experience. Wish I had done things like this with my own kids, though. What a great way to spend a special day together.

    Oh, I love that she got pink tees and golf balls. Perhaps pink shoes? Thanks for sharing her thoughts on this, too. I really enjoyed it.

    • Thank you Rick, the compliments are much appreciated. And you are right, I’m sure those golf shoes will have at least some pink in them! Haha.

  3. Great article man!

    I always enjoy seeing kids out in about being active in sports instead of being stuck in front of a tv or with their young little faces glued to their mobile devices. You’re also showing her the importance of buying things for herself which is great as well.

    Who knows, we maybe seeing her in the LPGA one day soon 🙂

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