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If you need spin (Ideal for better players) A spin ball is constructed with a cover that generates more spin when struck with a lofted club. This ball is better suited to play draw and fade shots around obstacles and will stop well on the green. However it will also be easier to slice or hook shots. If you are looking for ultimate control - distance and spin combined (Ideal for very serious players) A control golf ball has the characteristics of a distance ball with the ability to stop quickly on the green with allegedly less risk of hooking or slicing the golf ball than a pure spin ball. Other considerations Slow Swingers.
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.
Like used golf balls these golf balls are not endorsed by the original manufacturer and so are not in their warranty. There are also premium used golf balls for those who enjoy driving the golf ball out of range. These are usually called range golf balls. The golf ball roots are harbored on the Eastern Coast in Scotland where golf balls were first made of hardwood like Beech and Boxroot. In 1618 the next type of golf ball the featherie ball came into existence. This golf ball was manufactured using wet cowhide sphere stuffed with goose feathers. The feathers dried as the leather shrunk to create a compact and hardened golf ball.
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.