Select the compression rating for your golf ball. For golfers with a high swing speed that can carry their drives more than 240 yards in the air, compression ratings over 100 are appropriate. For those with slower swing speeds, compression ratings between 80 and 90 are a suitable selection.
What golf ball is best for me?
- As your game improves the best golf ball for you will be a Two Piece Performance golf ball such as the Bridgestone e5, Titleist NXT or NXT Tour. These balls have a larger core for more distance yet still do not have the spin or feel of a multilayer ball for short shots around the green.
What is the #1 golf ball?
All Titleist golf balls embody superior performance, innovative design and technology, precision manufacturing, and unmatched quality. It is why Titleist is the unequivocal #1 ball in golf.
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.
Does it matter what golf ball I use?
The quality of golf ball you use definitely matters and impacts on your game. Higher quality, more expensive golf balls generally have a urethane cover, leading to greater ‘feel’ and spin control. Premium balls will usually perform longer and hold greens more consistently, helping you shoot lower scores.
Do soft golf balls go further?
Do Softer Golf Balls Go Further? As a general rule, soft low compression golf balls will travel further when you hit your driver and irons. With your wedges, soft and firm golf balls should travel the same distance.
Should I use Pro V1 or Pro V1x?
New Pro V1 offers the greatest combination of speed, spin and feel in the game and is the best fit for the majority of golfers. Pro V1x is designed for players who want a higher trajectory and increased spin relative to Pro V1, with a slightly firmer feel.
Do golf balls really make a difference?
Yes, different golf balls do make a difference in how you play. An experienced golfer may be able to control any golf ball, depending on how long they’ve been playing, meaning the type of golf ball matters less and less with growing, active experience.
What is best golf ball for distance?
Best Distance Golf Balls
- Srixon Distance Golf Ball. Our pick.
- Callaway Warbird Golf Ball. Best for speed off the face.
- Titleist Velocity Golf Ball. High launch.
- Bridgestone e12 Contact Golf Ball.
- TaylorMade Distance + Golf Ball.
- Honma D1 Golf Ball.
- Wilson Tour Velocity Tour Distance Golf Ball.
- Pinnacle Rush Golf Ball.
What type of 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.
Which golf ball is better Callaway or Titleist?
While Callaway has made a splash with its Soft line of balls. Titleist remains the industry standard for good reasons. This is a high quality golf ball. Whether it actually produces that on short shots or not, It is definitely a softer ball than its predecessors in the Titleist family.
Are more expensive golf balls worth it?
More expensive golf balls are worth it if you are the right player. Certainly, players will see no difference between a cheap ball and an expensive ball. If you can’t see or feel the difference, there is no reason to spend the extra money.
Do any pros use vice golf balls?
They’re the balls used by the most Tour players, and are widely regarded as the gold standard in golf balls. But these days a lot of brands have caught up. I play Vice Pro Plus golf balls. They’re a fraction of the price of the Titleist’s and perform just as well (as you’ll read below).
Do golf balls matter for average golfers?
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.