Srixon Golf Balls
Personalized with an impact and with a flavor that is what personalized golf balls do. For those who do not know what exactly are personalized golf balls let me explain the difference. They are often mixed up with terms like custom golf balls logo golf balls custom logo golf balls etc. They are similar but very much different at the same time. Personalized golf balls are golf balls that are imprinted with your own name signature slang slogan picture phrase or even decorations that remind you of something. It is very much for a personal use and has a tinge of closeness identified with it.
At the same time you are likely to hit the ball further. The price of two-piece balls tends to be less meaning that they wont take a large bite out of your budget when they end up in the lake or the rough! Multi-Layer. Typically made of three or four layers in which the core is wrapped in one or two layers the multi layer golf ball is usually preferred by Tour players for the extra control it offers. Three-piece. These have a large synthetic core a thin mantel and a cover. Sometimes tungsten weights are used in the middle of the synthetic core for optimised weight centering. Four-piece. These multi-layer golf balls have a smaller inner core surrounded by an outer core similar to the three-piece ball. This is then surrounded by a thin mantel and a cover.
You can design your own logo golf balls and have them delivered to your local golf pro shop in about 2 weeks. If you are going to us a custom image on your golf ball it will take some what longer to produce them. If you are using an image it should be a quality image with at least 300 dpi. Titleist logo golf balls are made using the standard Titleist golf ball line of products. The new top of the line ProV1x is the ball that was used to win the US Open and by many of the top PGA pros. The ProV1x is 4 part golf ball that is designed for serious golfers and professional players.
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.