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How To Choose The Right Golf Balls
When it comes to choosing a golf ball, budget and skill level are the most important criteria and they are often intertwined. For example, players who tend to lose a lot of golf balls when they play might want to consider purchasing golf balls at a lower price point. On the other hand, as golf balls get more expensive, they will offer more performance benefits, most notably in terms of producing the spin needed to better control the ball from 100 yards and in, which might prove to be most valuable to lower-handicap golfers. In exploring different golf balls, you’ll often see how many layers are utilized in their construction, with the typical range being between two and five and balls with more layers being more expensive. Two-piece golf balls would most often be described as distance balls, as they will produce less spin on all shots, which leads to more distance. Two-piece golf balls will also feature firmer, more durable covers made of materials like surlyn or ionomer. Golf balls with more layers, however, would be categorized as premium balls that will deliver ample distance on full shots but more spin and control from 100 yards and in. They will typically feature softer, more responsive covers made from a material such as urethane. Also a term that’s commonly discussed when it comes to golf balls is compression, but its actual meaning and/or importance has long been debated by manufacturers, some of which won’t even acknowledge or offer compression ratings. It’s also a common misconception that compression directly relates to the softness or feel of a golf ball, which is not entirely accurate. All said, the best rule of thumb when it comes to golf ball compression is that golfers with slower swing speeds will benefit more from lower-compression golf balls, while high swing speed players will benefit in terms of control from higher compression golf balls. For more help in choosing the right ball for your game, PGA professional Tyrus York has some great advice for you.