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What compression should my golf ball be?

What compression should my golf ball be?

If you consider your swing speeds to be above average, and you’re always outdriving your peers, then a golf ball compression rating of 100 or above is the right choice for you. A higher rating warrants greater density, which is necessary to accommodate your faster swing speed.

What compression is the Pro V1?

around 90
The three-piece Pro V1 still has a compression around 90 and its 352-dimple cover pattern helps to produce lower-spinning, lower-flying shots off the tee and with long irons.

What compression golf balls do pros use?

‘Firm’ compression golf balls include the Titleist Pro V1, Callaway Chrome Soft X, TaylorMade TP5, Bridgestone Tour B XS and Srixon Z-Star. In the ‘extra firm’ compression camp meanwhile is the Bridgestone Tour B X , Srixon Z-Star XV, TaylorMade TP5x and of course the Titleist Pro V1x.

What compression golf ball should a high handicapper use?

Callaway ERC Soft Triple Track golf ball The ERC Soft Triple Track ball features Callaway’s largest ever Graphene-infused Dual SoftFast Core, with the larger inner core maximising compression energy at impact. This keeps driver spin down and helps generate a high launch for more yards.

Can high handicappers use Pro V1?

In total high handicappers should use the Titleist Pro V1 if they are serious about saving shots off their round and can afford the premium price. Although for most beginners, you can find cheaper alternatives that can also help you improve your game while scoring low cards. The Pro V1 is an elite golf ball.

What is the best distance golf ball for seniors?

Best Golf Balls For Seniors

  • Nitro Ultimate Distance Golf Ball (Best Value Golf Ball for Adding Distance)
  • Titleist Velocity Golf Balls (Best for Increased Ball Speed)
  • Bridgestone e6 Soft Golf Ball (Best Golf Ball with Low Compression Core)
  • Callaway Golf Chrome Soft Truvis Ball (Best Golf Ball with Great Spins)

Do Soft Feel golf balls go further?

Do Softer Golf Balls Go Further? As a general rule, soft low compression golf balls will travel further when you hit your driver and irons. With your wedges, soft and firm golf balls should travel the same distance.

What is the best low compression golf ball?

If your swing speed is less than 85 mph, a low-compression golf ball is likely to be your best choice. Most low-compression balls range from 70 to 80 compression, although you can find compressions as low as 40.

What is the lowest compression golf ball?

If you want to try out the absolute lowest compression golf ball ever made, you’d gotta get the Wilson Staff Duo Soft golf balls. With a compression rating of only 29, they are officially the lowest compression golf ball of all time.

What does low compression mean on a golf ball?

The compression of a golf ball refers to how tightly wound its core threads are. The tighter they are wound, the harder or more compressed the core is. Golf balls come in a variety of compression rates, with the lower number representing lower compression. A ball with a low compression is wound less tight and is considered softer.

How do I select golf ball compression?

Choose a golf ball with a 100 compression rating if you normally drive the ball more than 275 yards off the tee and have a fast club head speed. You will be able to maximize the distance for all of your shots, but will see reduced range off the tee if the club head speed is not fast enough to achieve the full spring effect.