Number 1 Golf Ball
The golf balls had a multitude of outer designs for better airflow giving way to the first dimple pattern in 1908. Dimples are used in a golf ball as a formal and symmetrical way of creating the turbulence in the boundary layer of the golf balls that nicks and cuts did. Nowadays golf players use not only new golf balls but also used golf balls. Used golf balls are divided into different categories according to usage. The standard weight and size for the golf ball was established in 1930 in Britain and in 1932 in America. Both organizations had different specifications until 1990 when the standard was set.
Play to your strengths Todays golf balls use sophisticated construction techniques that have a direct impact on different aspects of the game including driving distance approach control putting roll balance and cost. You should select your ball according to which one suits the most important aspect of your game - what you need most help with. Heres our summary: If you need distance (Ideal for mid to high handicappers) Too much spin will make the ball fly too high and too little will reduce carry. If you need distance and forgiveness go for a hard ball. The combined firmness of the cover and core allow the ball to travel longer distances and be very durable but be aware it wont stop as well on the green.
We play a lot of attention and spend most of our golfing money on getting the best golf clubs for our game. We tend to focus on getting the latest and greatest drivers that will increase our driving yardage by 10 20 yards. We keep changing our putters to the latest which provides the most responsiveness when putting the ball. However how many of us pay that much attention to the type of golf balls we used? It is part of the equation in our game. The distance that we get on a drive is related to our swing our driver and the golf ball we use. Similarly the control we get on our approach shot to the green is related to our golf swing our approach irons and the golf ball. Also how many times have you putted and decide that the feel of the putt is great.
The mint-quality used golf balls have the experience and feel of a ball that has been hit only once. This type of used golf ball is commonly known as a one hitter or one-hit wonder. These balls have a consistent color and glossy shine and perform as they would right out of the box. Next is the grade-A quality used golf ball; these are balls that just missed mint status but still look like a new golf ball. These balls are perfect for any handicap level golfer as they perform just like you would expect from the golf brand of choice. There may be small player pen marks and very very minor surface scratches on the golf ball.