It is a soft compression golf ball which means that it will help a golfer with slower swinging speeds add distance.
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Golf ball fitting refers to figuring out which type of golf ball will help you optimize your game. It's based on how you swing, what kind of clubs you use and so on. If you're just starting out, it's not important, but if you want to step your game up later you may wish to do this.
Numbers on a golf ball are there to help players identify their golf ball. As many players play the same brand the number will let them know if the ball is theirs or not.
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They claim it is a new and improved club that will help improve your swing and send the ball on a smoother, and more accurate path insuring an improvement to your overall game.
You'll be somewhat more familiar with the rules and strategy of the game, but you'll still won't be able to swing the ball correctly - you need practice on a driving range or putting green to develop the swing.
caddying is when you pay someone to help you carry your golf bag, get your clubs, look where your ball is going, etc.
I do not think that a gps caddie can help improve golf scores. Only practice can help you with your golf performance. A gps can only allow you to see where you should aim your ball.
It doesn't matter what color of golf ball you use. But, it is important you don't throw away your scorecard, but use it in the machine outside the course. Go to www.uhs-hints.com for more help with this.
GPS rangefinders are a great way to improve your game on courses that you are unfamiliar with. They help you to locate the best areas to hit the ball. I'm not sure how much it will help with your golf game though, since it doesn't help you improve your swing or distance.
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