Corporate Golf Balls
This time consuming process ensured the price was out of reach of the masses often selling for more than the price of a club. Guttie - Rev Dr Robert Adams Paterson created the first golf balls made from Gutta-percha in 1848. The ball was created from the dried sap of the tropical sapodilla tree which was heated up and formed into ball shapes. The improved performance and cheaper costs of the Guttie contributed greatly to the expansion of the game. Hand Hammered Guttie - It was also discovered that improperly smoothed balls often had a truer flight than the smoother versions and the Hand Hammered Guttie Ball with an even pattern hammered on by hand was born.
It features an alignment integrated marking for better putting and improved playability with and feel with mid and short irons. The Titleist ProV1 golf ball is also a top performer. The new ProV1 golf ball provides good long distance with both your driver and long irons. The ball has a soft feel and high short game performance up to the green with what Titleist calls its Drop and Stop Control. Titleist ProV1x and Pro V1 logo golf balls have a minimum order of 12 dozen balls. The MSRP of the Titleist ProV1x and Pro V1 is $58.00. Logo service costs will vary depending on the design and packaging options selected.
Todays Golf Balls - Wonders of Multi-Layer Construction In recent years the wound golf ball has largely been replaced by multilayer balls resulting in a bewildering selection of golf balls. To simplify modern golf balls can be broken down into three main categories. Two Piece. This is a tough durable golf ball usually with a large solid inner core and a hard Surlyn cover generally designed to maximise distance through a high launch angle and low levels of spin Our Recommendation. Two-piece golf balls are what every beginner should play. With less spin you are less likely to hook or slice the ball.
Many people have done adding that to their own personal collection of golf balls for many reasons i am going to show you nine useful reasons that you would love to have to get your golf balls personalized. First - It makes ball identification much easier. In golf we seldom play alone and much more often in pairs or a group. Some of your golf mates might use the same ball as you and with the same identification number too. Well it happens and do not be surprised. Personalized golf balls help you mark your golf ball with its own personal mark without hassle of identifying. Tools and accessories might get lost but not when you personalize them. Second - It provides you with a sense of personal pride. If you achieved a hole in one with your golf ball and personalized it ( it could be the other way round ) it gives you a sense of achievement and pride when you golf with your buddies.