Golf balls are not talked of in terms of being forgiving. If you are a higher handicap player you would probably want a distance ball, but if you have a high swing speed you should get a spin ball. Try a few and see what works for.
Basically any 460cc driver. Perhaps a draw one if you slice a lot. 10.5 degrees with a regular shaft is ideal if you struggle with driving the ball.
The most forgiving irons are those which have very 'chunky' heads, you should look for something along the lines of Callway and even Ping are very good. The idea of the forgiving clubs is that they have a low c.o.g and are easily able to get the ball up in the air. Clubs like hybrids are very easy to hit, and you can even get a full set of irons like this, they are called the Cleveland Hi-Bore.
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The best ball for a lady is a Ladies golf ball, these are designed so that you can get the most out of the ball and the most out of your game. There are a lot of golf balls designed for ladies, it is simply personal choice which one you prefer.
Most golf ball are made of plastic inside and rubber outside.
The COG of a golf club is the centre of gravity. The clubs are designed to have a low COG to get the ball airborne. For high handicap clubs, there is a lot of weight to the club, drawing the COG to make sure the ball gets up easier, and also makes the clubs very forgiving.
There are 3 types of golf ball: The two-piece golf ball, The three-piece golf ball and the Dimple-covered shell. The most common golf ball in market is the two-piece golf ball which is made out of rubber inside and plastic outside. The three-piece golf ball consists a core of gel, tightly wound rubber threads and hard plastic on the outside. Lastly, the dimple-covered shell golf ball is made out of hard plastic with dimples outside.
The best ball for putting is one that is perfectly balanced, so it'll stay on line. But golf balls aren't really advertised in this way. And no golf ball is marketed as a ball for putting. Most golf balls are very good for putting, but the premium ball ranges will be softer.
A golf ball would bounce far higher than a baseball. This is because a golf ball has been specifically designed to harness the energy it receives and get the most from it. Imagine how far a golf ball would go if you hit it with a baseball bat- pretty far, and how far a baseball would go if you hit it with a golf club-virtually no where.
For a golf ball to be a conforming golf ball, according to the R & A and USGA rules, it must weigh no more than 45.93 grams. To a certain extent, the heavier a ball is, the further it will go, so most golf balls are made to the legal limit.
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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.
Wide soles on golf clubs are more forgiving if you catch the ground slightly before the ball it will slide along to the ball and still go pretty well, unlike with a thinner sole where it could go right into the ground and the ball would go right in front of you. They also allow the manufacturer to put the centre of gravity lower and to the back thus making it easier to get the ball in the air.
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It is a golf ball that has the logo of a resort/golf course printed on the ball.
Well, the most common shape of dimple is the circular one. This is on nearly every golf ball and is on them for a reason, because it is the most efficient. Callway HX golf balls have hexagonal dimples, these give the ball a 100% dimple coverage and they believe it allows the ball to fly better, and be more stable in the air.
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All golf ball manufacturers attempt at least to make round or circular golf balls. The term dodecohedron (not certain of the spelling) is refering to a dimple pattern of a golf ball. Two different golf balls for example can be identical in size and roundness but each may have a distinctly different dimple pattern. If you look closely at a golf ball you can see that the dimples on most golf balls ,but not all, have varying sized dimples, they may vary in depth as well as diameter. I think Maxfli used the term dodecohedron in a marketing campaign describing the dimple pattern of there golf ball.