What do different types of golf balls do?

What do different types of golf balls do?

Varying shapes, sizes and patterns affect distance, stability and spin rate. A completely smooth golf ball hit by a professional golfer would only travel about half the distance of today’s golf balls.

What kind of golf balls should I use?

Beginners or seniors who swing the ball slowly need a low compression – or ‘soft’ ball and will struggle to get results from a harder, higher compression ‘distance’ ball. Low compression balls have a rating of 80 or below. Mid compression balls are around 90 and high compression is 100 or above.

What golf ball should I use for my handicap?

Our top three options are the Bridgestone e6, Callaway Chrome Soft, and the Srixon Z Star. Each of these golf balls helps the mid handicapper get a higher launch, improved feel, and easy greenside spin.

Which golf ball is best for my swing speed?

The Best High Swing Speed Golf Balls

  • Bridgestone Tour B XS (The ball designed and played by Tiger)
  • Taylormade TP5x (Top value brand name ball)
  • Vice Pro Plus (For Pro level fast swings)
  • Titleist Pro V1x (The best golf ball in the world)
  • Callaway Chrome Soft X (best improvements in quality)
  • Srixon Z-Star XV (Most durable)

Do softer golf balls go further?

Although softer golf balls go further from the tee for lower swing speed players, the gap across the whole range of ball types is only around 5 yards, so it is more important to fit the ball to your irons and then fit your driver to your preferred ball to maximise distance.

What golf ball should a beginner use?

Best Beginner Golf Balls

  • Best Overall Beginner Golf Ball: Pinnacle Soft.
  • Best Value Beginner Golf Ball: Nike PD Long.
  • Top of the Range: Titleist Velocity and Callaway Supersoft.
  • Worthy Competitor #1: Srixon AD333.
  • Worthy Competitor #2: Callaway Warbird.
  • Worthy Competitor #3: Taylormade Burner.

Do soft golf balls go further?

What is the difference between Chrome soft vs supersoft?

Chrome Soft is a premium, all-round golf ball intended for golfers that seek more control and spin around the green, while Supersoft is an oversized, distance golf ball designed for golfers who seek speed and distance.

What is the most forgiving golf ball?

Most Forgiving Golf Ball, Ranked

  • #1 – TaylorMade Project (a) Golf Balls.
  • #2 – Bridgestone e6 Golf Balls.
  • #3 – Callaway Super Soft Golf Balls.
  • #4 – Srixon Soft Feel Golf Balls.
  • #5 – Titleist Tour Soft Golf Balls.
  • FOR WOMEN – Bridgestone 2019 e6 Lady Golf Balls.
  • Bridgestone e7 Golf Balls.

What swing speed is needed for TP5x?

The TP5x is designed for high swing speeds with the driver. With a compression rating of 97, you should be swinging that driver around 110mph or higher in order to get the most out of this golf ball. The lower spin rate on this ball helps control both sidespin and backspin.

Who should use Callaway supersoft?

Off the tee: Understand, the Callaway Supersoft is designed for players with slower clubhead speeds – less than 95 mph or so with the driver. Golfers in that range will love its high launch and hang time; they won’t mind the low sidespin, either, since it minimizes slices and hooks.

What is the hardest golf ball?

Titleist Pro V1 Golf Balls The Titleist Pro V1 is probably the most well known golf ball in the game. Low handicap players will tell you this is the longest hitting golf ball on the market. The Pro V1 is three piece ball with a higher compression core of around ninety.

What is the best golf ball for an average golfer?

The best ball for an average golfer is one with 2 layers (a 2-piece), as this ball would be harder and provide less spin compared to a multi-layered golf ball. The 2-piece would fly the furthest for an average golfer. These days, nevertheless, average golfers can also achieve a good distance with the newer 3-piece ball.

Which golf ball is best for me?

The best golf ball for an average player is a 2-layer ball that allows your good shots to fly straight and prevent errant shots from going too far out of bounds. Use a ball with a soft or medium rated compression rating first then move on to harder balls once you have a dialed-in swing.

What is the best golf balls?

The best golf ball for you will be a Two Piece Low Compression ball such as the Maxfli Noodle, Precept Laddie Xtreme, or the Titleist DT SoLo. These balls can help with distance for moderate and slower swing speeds. Some have low spin for accuracy and softer covers for feel.

What is the best selling golf ball?

1. Titleist (truly is the #1 ball in golf, highest selling ball in golf, too) 2. Bridgestone (they have a very good ball fitting system, to match you with the right ball for your game) 3. Srixon (known as an innovativer in design, they produce thin cover balls that help with distance and spin)