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Golf balls can be divided into two categories: recreational and advanced balls.

As you improve your game then you can improve the amount of new golf balls you can carry in your bag.

Like golf clubs, golf balls are subject to testing and approval by the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews and the United States Golf Association, and those that do not conform with regulations may not be used in competitions

Recreational balls are oriented toward the ordinary golfer, who generally have low swing speeds (80 miles per hour or lower) and lose golf balls on the course easily.

Golfers spend hundreds of dollars every year on the latest and greatest golf balls in hopes for a few extra yards off the tee and that dream of backing it up when it hits the green like the pros do.

As an aspiring golfer you will notice that purchasing “new” brand name balls can be quite expensive especially when you will lose many of them to the water hazards and deep rough surrounding every golf course.

As you improve your game then you can improve the amount of new golf balls you can carry in your bag.

Even the professionals will agree that using mint condition golf balls are the very best idea for golfers who are desiring to shape their shots.

However, most golfers do not try to shape shots, they try to hit it on the fairway. Therefore, a ball that matches your swing is what you should choose.

A golfer with a slow swing speed should probably go with a low compression ball. Their low compression and side spin reduction characteristics suit the lower swing speeds of average golfers quite well.

If the compression of a golf ball does not match a golfer’s swing
speed, either the lack of compression or over-compression will occur, resulting in loss of distance.

Do you really need to go out and spend $50 a case to play better golf. I have been known to play used golf balls and found no difference in my performance. Don’t be embarrassed to shop around for cheap golf balls either.

Conclusion

As you improve your game then you can improve the amount of new golf balls you can carry in your bag.
There are millions of golf balls to choose from, and I will try to cut through all the hype to make your purchasing decision easier. Buy a ball that suits your swing!

Check out the golf ball sale in the tab area of this website for great deals on golf balls!