Low Compression Golf Balls
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.
Multi-layer balls are generally more expensive and suited to the more experienced golfer. They tend to have much better control and feel around the green provide more spin but dont travel as far and are less forgiving on hooks and slices. Our Recommendation. Multi-layer golf balls are best for the better player who can appreciate the benefits of extra spin control over and above distance. Wound. Much less common in todays game wound golf balls have a central core that has been wrapped in rubber thread and then usually covered in Balata cover. These balls tend to be less durable and often will not hold up to the average players round.
The Titleist DT Solo is designed to maximize distance for golfers that have slower swing speeds and need more forgiveness. The Titleist Solo may be the best golf swing tip around. The Titleist Solo provides a soft feel and great ball durability. The MSRP for the Titleist DT Solo is $28.00 before you add the cost of applying your logo. The Titleist Solo is a great deal when it comes to ordering a smaller number of logo balls as the minimum order is usually a dozen balls. A golf tournament gift of Titleist Logo Golf Balls would certainly be prized by most golf enthusiasts.
For the amateur golfers due to the higher spins of these wound balata golf balls we are not able to control these spins because we played with a natural hook or slice spin resulting in reduced accuracy and shorter distance. The short game advantage of the scoring spin is not enough to offset the reduction in accuracy distance and durability. Most amateurs tend to use the more durable surlyn covered 2 piece distance ball which has lower scoring spin with longer distance and is more durable. Todays latest golf balls technology has evolved into multi-layered urethane covered designs. These latest balls provide a balance of the distance of a surlyn covered golf balls with the spin control of a wound balata balls.