The makers of the Pro V1 golf balls claim that their golf balls are the '#1 ball in golf'. They claim that it delivers great distance, consistent flight, great green control and that they last longer.
They most be limited flight or floating golf balls. This is because a real golf ball will always sink. You would never find a real golf ball floating.
it used to be made by spauding sporting co. now they are top flight .
Possibly. Many golf clubs and driving ranges use "limited flight" balls. This requires less space for the actual range itself. The "range ball" is designed in such a way (with shallower dimples) that prevents it from flying as far as a "standard" flight golf ball. Range balls also typically have a harder cover, making the ball more durable (but less forgiving and further decreasing its flight). Ask the pro at the club or an employee at the range, and they should be able to tell you what kind of ball is used (limited or regular flight).
No, These balls are not on the USGA conforming list of golf balls.
The laddie is not gender specific. Ladies golf balls are usually labelled as ladies golf balls, where as you would never see golf balls labelled mens' golf balls.
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"There are several brands of golf balls. Some of the best are Nike, Titleist and Callaway. Titleist golf balls are the most well known golf balls."
Golf balls are heavier when frozen.
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