The difference between Titleist Golf balls and other branded golf balls is simply the amount of dimples the ball has, the Titleist design helps the ball travel through rough and windy weather.
The ones with red numbers are 90 compression, while the ones with black are 100 compression. In other words the black ones are harder than the red ones. 3/17/2010 Conversation with Titleist Ball Plant number 1. There is no difference between the Pro V's red numbered and black numbered balls.
balls such as soccer ones are harder because they are made of different materials such as ruber balls or many other materials
Yes, in some bars, it is bigger than the other balls.
I have found that there are many brands of golf balls, but some are more desirable than others. The top 3 brands used by pro golf players are Titleist, Nike and Callaway.
If there is a mass other then your balls you do need an operation.
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Girls don't have balls or testicles because their anatomy is different. Women have different body parts than men do.
The only way,unless you have action replay, is to either use master balls, or to use different kinds of poke balls. example: net balls, nest balls, dusk balls, quick balls and timer balls, but there are more poke balls, that are way different than these.
because they are made to bounce
The Titleist R and D department will have been very careful to stick to any guidelines regards wedges and all clubs for that matter, more than likely they will be legal.
== == Not EXACTLY, There is soft balls and hard balls. The hard ones go further, doesn't matter which brand. Soft balls are for more feel and more backspin. If you buy expensive SOFT balls then you will have more feeling in putting and more backspin for chipping, irons, etc. For Hard balls, the more expensive go further than the not expensive ones USUALLY, it depends what brand. If you don't know the difference between hard or soft then ask one of the guys in the golf store. If you want to go far and have an average value ball then I would recommend Nike Ignite (I use this ball and it's really good.) But if you want the expensive ones get Titleist ProV1X, make sure it has the X. And if you want soft balls then get the titleist Pro V1, no X in it.
it means that u are a weirdo and look at/touch your balls to check