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Finding The Best Golf Balls

Jun 12, 2008
When it comes to trying to select the best golf balls, there are literally hundreds of different types, brands and sizes that you can to choose from. Theres no question that using the right golf ball will definitely improve your game but the question is whether the golf balls the pros are using are the best golf balls for you. You should play the best golf balls for your particular game otherwise you may be sacrificing accuracy and consistency for a few extra yards. Some swear that the Titleis Pro V1x or the Bridgestone Tour B330 are the best golf balls, but just as many swear by the cheap ball they bought in their local discount store that gives them both length and short game control.

Cheap golf balls with a high quality rating perform just as well as the same balls purchased brand new. Don't be embarrassed to shop around for cheap golf balls either. When you're ready to buy cheap golf balls, you have your pick of cheap Nike balls, Titleist balls, Callaway balls or no brand balls. Some cheap golf balls are sold specifically for driving ranges, and if you use your cheap balls for this you should ignore your length.

A logoed golf ball is a golf ball that you order with your own specific logo printed on the ball. Logoed golf balls are becoming extremely popular, and it's amazing to see what you can put on a golf ball. Logoed golf balls travel further than you might think. Either way, custom logo golf balls are fast becoming the hot item in the golf bag, and a hit with companies looking for a new and effective way to get their corporate logo and name in front of the right people, on the course.

Titleist says, "The Titleist DT SoLo golf ball applies a high-lift design to maximize distance for golfers with average and moderate swing speeds seeking the ultimate combination of distance with soft feel and guaranteed cut-proof durability. These golf balls are optimized for golfers with higher swing speeds and will reward them with longer, consistent distances of the tee.

Balls with a higher rate of compression, around 110, are much harder and take a lot more energy and power in your swing to flatten on impact. As a general rule of thumb, if you have a fast swing speed you should use compression 110; golfers with an average swing speed should use compression 100, and a slow swing speed golfer a compression of 80.
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