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The Various Types Of Golf Balls

Golf is the only game in which the ball is constantly changing. It is also the only game in which you will be able to bring your own ball to the event. This is something that you will be able to completely take advantage of seeing as there are teams of specialists working for the top companies to constantly come up with new technology which will help you to be able to get more out of your game. This will mean that you will need to know about the ball that you need so that you can get more out of every time you hit the ball.

There are two main kinds of internal cores that you can choose from. Those with slower swings will benefit from softer cores while those with faster swings will benefit from harder cores. If you are looking to save some money, you might think about getting some X-Out balls, but it is important that you know what it is that you are buying. The more that you know about the golf balls that you are buying, the more likely it is that you will be able to get more out of your golf game.

Soft Core Balls

Golf balls with a soft compression core have been specially developed for those with slower swings. These include those who are just getting started, elderly golfers and those who simply do not play very often. The reason why you benefit from these is that you will be able to have a ball which will literally jump off of the club. The recoil from the strike will cause the core to compress and bounce so that the ball will fly higher and spin more for a straighter shot.

Hard Core Balls

The same technology which will help those with a slow swing will hinder those with a fast swing. This is because the fast swing will simply launch the ball rather than sending it towards the goal. With the extra spin, the ball will actually go a shorter distance than the golfer is possible of hitting. Instead, you need to have a ball which will stay steady as you hit it. This will keep the trajectory low so that the ball will carry further. Make sure that you actually have a fast swing rather than a big ego when buying these balls as they will cause your ball to go a shorter distance if you do not swing at a high rate. Very few golfers actually benefit from these balls made for professional golfers.

X-Out Balls

Those who are beginners and will not get a lot of benefit from any kind of golf ball technology are recommended to buy X-Out balls. These are balls which have had some kind of defect in the factory. They still act like the balls that you will buy regularly, but there is something like a dimple out of place or a slightly off center weight which caused it not to pass inspection.

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