In all honesty, this is so outdated. Years ago, the manufacturer would state the compression of a Golf ball. Now they do not. There is no need to know that information.
The compression of a golf ball is basically a measurement of how hard or soft it is.
The compression of a golf ball is basically a rating of how hard or soft it is. The lower the compression the softer the ball is.
Compression of a golf ball has not been used for about 10 years, as a result it is no longer given as data for golf ball performance.
It is a soft compression golf ball which means that it will help a golfer with slower swinging speeds add distance.
A golf ball with a compression rating of 70-80 is considered a "low compression" ball. They distort easier, giving them a softer feel and more greenside control but less distance.
Soft on greens
In Maxfli golf balls, Maxfli 2002 has the lowest compression of 80. Great performances were delivered because of this.
Its momentum is due to the amount of energy transfered from club to ball. There are a few factors in this transfer, the speed of the club head, the compression of the club face and most importantly the compression of the golf ball.
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