Orange Golf Balls For Sale
However you can order your own Titleist Logo Golf Balls that feature your own design that includes pictures images and custom printing options. Titleist Logo Golf Balls can only be ordered through your local quality golf pro shop. Titleist Logo Golf Balls are a great gift to any golfer no matter what the occasion. Used golf balls are also called recycled golf balls experienced golf balls reclaimed golf balls or discount golf balls. The benefit of a used golf ball is of course its price. They are usually found at a savings of sixty to eighty percent off the retail price. There are different types of used golf balls that are graded according to the usage of the golf ball.
Golf Balls - How a small round dimpled sphere has the power to alter your game. In todays game golf balls have become high-tech super-spheres that claim to do everything but hit themselves! One popular golf ball claims long distance and super feel another longer distance more spin and control and a third ultimate distance and control. Confused? Might as well choose a golf ball based on the colour of the box! But wait! Playing the right golf ball for your game WILL enhance your performance and overall enjoyment of the game. Its just a matter of cutting through the spin to find that ball.
To help you in your quest for the perfect golf ball well take you on a journey from the humble beginnings of the golf ball through to todays technologically advanced balls. The Early Days In general the larger the bag the heavier it will be - despite help from durable lightweight materials. Although the lightest designs now weigh in below 3lb special lumbar and/or hip padding is available for comfort and can make a real difference In the earliest days of golf some 500 years ago players used primitive equipment to play the game in a rather haphazard and casual manner.
By 1890 golf balls were formed in iron moulds and the Bramble design with raised spherical bumps resembling a raspberry became the most popular ball of the Guttie era. Rubber - The advent of the rubber ball changed the face of golf as we know it. Invented by Coburn Haskell in 1898 it featured a solid rubber core wrapped in rubber thread. Early Gutta-percha covers soon gave way to the Balata cover that was introduced in the early 1900s. Although they looked like Gutties the average golfer could gain an extra 20 yards off the tee. So the guttie gave way to the aerodynamically superior dimple pattern first used in 1908 and still being used today.