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About This Item

  • Manufacturer: King Golf
  • Model: Golf Ball Warmer
  • SKU: 19KNGWARMER1111111111101
  • Condition: NEW, FACTORY SEALED
  • Makeup/Loft: Holds 6 Golf Balls
  • Color: Black
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King Golf's patent pending golf ball warmer will increase your drives by 20%-30%! It holds 6 golf balls and is heated by common hand warmers (4 included). Ideal for cooler temps or anytime you want to hit your drives a little farther!

Product Reviews

King- Golf Ball Warmer
$11.95
3.5 Stars based on 3 Review(s)
Andrew
South Australia
3 Stars

A lot of hastle
April 10, 2011
Actually a great idea, I've always believed warm balls play longer. Not sure if the little heat pack generates more heat than your body, I get better results keeping a ball in my pocket which is warm by the next tee

Scott
Susquehanna, PA
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Good engineering. Seems to have merit.
February 28, 2011
I bought one of these to take along on a late winter trip to Pinehurst, NC. I used it on a couple of cool days and it seemed to work fine. Distance gains for me were modest, but definitely noticeable versus a cold ball.
Pros:
Idea has merit. Well engineered...
Cons:
You'll need to use a "freshly warmed ball" every hole to reap the benefits. The design helps make this easier, but it's still work.

Scott
Susquehanna, PA
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

A neat idea with good engineering...but you have to be dedicated...
February 24, 2011
I bought one of these for an upcoming trip to the Pinehurst N.C. area. The temps were expected to be a little cool on a couple of days and I wanted to see if this would help keep my distances up. I used a low compression distance ball, kept at about room temperature. You open the warmer pouch and put 4 of the standard size handwarmers in (the included instructions are pretty clear). Then you load in six balls and close the warmer pouch. The instructions tell you to leave them in there for at least an hour before using. The trick is to use one ball per hole and then put it back into the warmer pouch and use another "fresh" one from the pouch. The pouch holds the balls in a U shape configuration, so when you push a used ball into the pouch, a "fresh" one pops out on the other side. I followed the instructions to a T and can say that there does appear to be some merit to the increased distance claims. I would put my gains at about 5 - 7 yards versus a cold ball. That can be significant in the right situations, but is modest by most standards.
Pros:
Good science and engineering...
Cons:
A bit of work for the somewhat modest gains...