Do different golf balls make a difference?
They can, but when we tested both types of balls at average-golfer swing speeds, the difference was almost negligible: six yards, usually less. The real advantage of urethane-cover balls is the extra spin, feel and control they offer on shots near the green.
Does playing same golf ball matter?
Too many golfers just play whatever ball they find. This leads to inconsistency as, no matter your skill-level, different balls will act differently. Consistency is absolutely the most important thing in golf no matter how good you are.
What golf ball should a 25 handicapper use?
The Callaway Supersoft is an ideal golf ball for beginners and high handicappers. The Srixon Soft Feel is an ideal golf ball for beginners and high handicappers. The Srixon AD333 is an ideal golf ball for beginners and high handicappers. The TaylorMade Velocity is an ideal golf ball for beginners and high handicappers.
Do cheap golf balls go further?
After hitting each of them a number of times it was pretty clear that the expensive ball felt a lot better at impact (tee and green) and lasted a lot longer (didn’t get chewed up). A lot of the cheaper balls can feel like you’re hitting rocks.
Why do I play better with cheap golf balls?
The cheap golf balls have fewer materials and they are designed to offer a single benefit to a golfer (ie. distance, high ball flight, low spin). An expensive golf ball is typically made of several more pieces and it can offer multiple levels of performance and functionality for a player.
How do you know what golf ball to use?
Understanding How to Pick a Golf Ball
- Find a golf ball type based on your skill level and personal preferences.
- Pick a golf ball construction type.
- Select the compression rating for your golf ball.
- Assess your overall golf game and weaknesses before making the final choice of golf ball.
Which golf ball should I hit?
Most beginner and recreational golfers use a two-piece golf ball for greater distance while minimizing spin. If you’re a skilled golfer, you’ll want to look for a golf ball with more layers to improve control and feel.