The Golf balls that are sold on the shelves of every pro shop in the world are the exact same as the ones the pro's tee up every week. There are a few minor ones though, the pro's only play the premium balls such as Pro V1, Nike One, Taylormade Penta TP and Callaway iX. They some times play unique numbers, and the balls have players logos on them,
In Maxfli golf balls, Maxfli 2002 has the lowest compression of 80. Great performances were delivered because of this.
Golf balls aren't classed by compression anymore. Probably a cheaper one like a DT SOLO or NXT would have a compression similar to this.
They are usally high compression very low quality two piece balls.
There isn't any difference in the balls. It is the distance of the tee from the hole which balances things out. Generally men's golf balls have a compression of 90 or 100. Lady, senior and junior golf balls are usually 80 compression. The compression of a golf ball is directly related to your swing speed. If you have a high swing speed, you want a high compression ball.....if you have a slow swing speed, you need a low compression ball. Weather is also a factor in the compression you should use. If it's cold you may want a 90 compression ball so it will travel further. That doesn't mean hit an 80 compression ball so you can gain distance the ball won't last 2 holes if you have too high of a swing speed. Woman's golf balls are more softer and soft balls carry more backspin to shots. Men's golf balls are harder and so for their long game shots, their ball goes further. Womans golf balls are usually better for short game but not for distance. I use hard balls. I like the way they feel when I put and when I make contact with the ball. Womans golf balls feel a bit hollow to me when I put so I prefer the hard ones.
They put magicdust into the golf balls so that they bounce really high.
what should the compression be on a 2007 ezgo golf cart
Yes, theoretically. The golf ball's rate of transferring energy (in this case elastic) is dependent on its COR (coefficient of restitution) - which is basically a rate of how rigid the shell is. In simple words, yes. The golf ball that bounces higher than other golf balls is bouncier than the other golf balls. If you hit a rubber ball with a golf club, the ball should travel farther than all the regular golf balls.
The compression of a golf ball is basically a measurement of how hard or soft it is.
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.