Reviews and Guides on Golf Balls, Drivers, Irons, Putters and More
With vibrant matte finishes and unique branding, Vice Balls quickly grabbed attention. But their premium pricing compared to larger brands left some golfers wondering – why are Vice golf balls so expensive?
Does an extremely soft golf ball actually perform better for the average golfer? Or is the Quest for soft feel more marketing hype than meaningful performance advantage?
By selling under Costco’s own renowned private label brand, Kirkland is able to provide quality comparable to leading national brands but at significant cost savings.
But what type of golf ball is Kirkland Signature exactly
Despite the early success in the golf ball market, Ping unexpectedly announced in 2005 their decision to stop producing golf balls and exit the business entirely.
Titleist has long been the undisputed leader in premium golf balls. But they also manufacture various models targeting the senior golfer. Fortunately, Titleist offers several excellent golf balls engineered specifically for the senior game.
Shortly after their introduction, the United States Golf Association banned the use of Polara golf balls during its competitions.
This led many everyday golfers to assume Polara balls are illegal for general play under the Rules of Golf.
Many golf courses feature scenic lakes, ponds, and other water hazards that gobble up countless golf balls each year.
This leads to an interesting niche in the golf industry – the harvesting, processing, and sale of so-called “lake balls” fished out of these water hazards.
When standing in the golf ball aisle at the store, the seemingly endless variety of ball models and brands can be overwhelming.
How do you know which type matches your game? From 1-piece models to tour-caliber designs, golf balls come engineered for every skill level and preference.
With their colorful packaging and low pricing, Precept balls became widely available at big box retailers, pro shops, and golf outlets.
But how good are Precept’s modern golf ball offerings really
Callaway’s ERC Soft is a 3-piece urethane cover golf ball introduced in 2021 as a new distance ball with a soft feel. But how good is the Callaway ERC Soft really?
The Titleist AVX golf ball was introduced in 2018 as a high-launching, low-spinning alternative to the venerable Pro V1 and Pro V1x models. This makes the AVX on paper an excellent option for senior golfers who still value premium performance but generate slower club speeds
Do any professional tour players actually use Snell golf balls in competition? Or are Snell’s claims of tour-caliber quality more marketing hype than reality?
In this article, we’ll examine Snell’s growing presence on worldwide professional golf tours.
Throughout her decorated career, Lydia Ko has partnered with leading golf brands to play their cutting-edge tour-level golf balls in competition
PutterBall is a fun modified version of golf played exclusively on and around the putting green. Instead of using traditional golf clubs and balls, PutterBall utilizes only the putter and uniquely constructed PutterBall foam golf balls.
But with so many excellent options, which Bridgestone golf ball performs best for the senior player?
In this guide, I’ll evaluate key criteria like compression, spin rate, construction, and other factors to recommend the best Bridgestone models suited for moderate swing speeds.
In recent years, Pinnacle’s prominence slowly faded as their owner Acushnet focused more on premium Titleist and FootJoy brands. This decline left many golfers wondering — what happened to Pinnacle golf balls?
Not all golf balls measure up to quality standards and performance expectations. Cheap construction, inferior materials, and flawed designs can produce golf balls with subpar flight, feel, spin, and durability.
In this guide, I’ll highlight some of the worst golf ball models that fail to meet golfers’ needs and expectations.
In this comprehensive guide, I’ll explain what golf ball alignment tools are, their permitted uses under the Rules of Golf, and step-by-step instructions on how to properly utilize one.
Black golf balls have seen a surge in popularity in recent years thanks to companies like Volvik, Vice, and Cut Golf offering matte and glossy black options. But with black golf balls becoming more prevalent, how well do they actually perform?
During his accomplished career, Lowry has partnered with some of the most recognized names in golf to find the ideal ball for his skills.
Let’s take a look at the various golf ball models trusted by Shane Lowry over the years
How truly good are Snell’s golf balls compared to titans like Titleist and Callaway?
In this in-depth evaluation, I’ll examine Snell’s ball technology, tour usage of Snell balls, and actual golfer reviews to determine if Snell makes a high-quality, competitive golf ball.
Throughout her 12-year professional career, Thompson has partnered with some of the biggest names in golf equipment to find the ideal ball for her game.
Let’s take a look at the golf ball models Lexi Thompson has used over the years and the key performance benefits each provided for her powerful yet nuanced playing style.
In this guide, I’ll examine the differences between 2-piece and 3-piece golf balls across critical categories to determine which design performs better for certain players.
You’ll also gain recommendations on when to play a basic 2-piece distance ball versus when a more advanced 3-piece ball is worth the extra cost.
From the renowned Pro V1 to classic models like the DT Solo, Titleist’s golf ball advancements consistently set new standards for distance, feel, and performance.
But of the wide range of golf balls in Titleist’s current and past offerings, which model delivers the maximum distance?