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.
There is no difference, they are the same.
Don't know what your source is for that but it is incorrect. Mens and womens golf balls are the same size. The maximum diameter of a golf ball is 1.68 inches, most manufacturers make them to that size.
Real golf balls are technologically designed for distance, spin and playability. They are also a lot more expensive. Mini golf balls are made cheaply from rubber.
There is no difference between golf balls that amateurs and professionals use. Yes you could say that professionals only use the high end golf balls, whereas amateurs use any ball they buy. The professionals may have their name, a sponsors logo or special numbers on the ball. But in terms of playability there is no difference.
Golf balls differ on its construction or its coverings.
Golf balls greatly vary based on their density and construction. The depth and the quantity of the dimpling on the balls' surface affects the distance and the direction.
There is no difference.
Women's golf balls have softer rubber cores, which helps add distance for people with slower swing speeds.AnswerI have been playing golf for eight years and right now I'm 13, so i know the answer 100%. Women's golf balls have soft cores and they are better if you want more back spin on you shot. Most people also preffer womens golf balls on the putting green because it goes slower with a better feel. Men's golf balls are hard core. They don't give as much back spin as the women's golf balls. So if you want to improve your far distance with the driver, then I would recommend to you Men's golf balls.
There are differences in the material that golf balls are made from. They can also have different indentations and different hardness.
I think other golf balls are better and usually a little cheaper
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.
Woung golf ball - rubber band type material is wrapped arount the ball. 3-piece ball - made up of solid pieces.