Using the right golf ball can be as important as buying the right clubs in lowering your score and becoming a better player. We will help you find the right golf ball for you.
Browse through all the latest balls on the market right here, from the reliable Titleist Pro V1x to the fun colouring of the Volvik. We've got all the major golf ball brands, including Bridgestone, TaylorMade, Callaway and Srixon, each delivering varying features and benefits for golfers of all levels.
One-piece golf balls are made from a single solid sphere of Surlyn, a durable plastic, with moulded dimples, and are the most basic and least expensive golf balls on the market. They lack distance and are primarily made for beginners and the driving range.
Two-piece golf balls are the most commonly used balls by the average golfer as they are durable and provide distance. But better players may require more control and feel. They are made from a single solid sphere core, usually hard plastic, with a cover made of Surlyn or a similar material.
Three-piece golf balls are made of a solid rubber core, a layer of liquid rubber, and a cover made of a soft, synthetic plastic. This softer cover allows golfers to impart more spin on the ball, giving better players more control over the flight of their ball.
Four-piece balls are the best of both worlds, offering the distance of two-piece balls and the feel and control of a three-piece ball. The core is made of solid rubber which is covered in a layer that transfers power to the core. The middle cover produces spin and is wrapped in a soft, yet durable Urethane cover which provides the feel better golfers look for.
Five-piece balls are the latest advancement in golf ball design. They have three mantle layers which are compressed between a high speed core and soft urethane cover, with each layer designed to produce maximum performance whether you're using a driver, iron, wedge or putter. These balls are the most expensive and offer Tour-level performance.
Low spin balls decrease side spin, fly straighter, roll further, and are more suited to golfers who tend to slice the ball and lack distance. Mid spin balls combine both distance and feel and are aimed at a wide standard of golfer. High spin balls have a long carry through the air and provide better players with the spin they need on the greens.
Firm feel golf balls, usually one-piece or two-piece balls, will produce distance but less control, while soft feel balls offer more control and spin and are preferred by better players.