Golf Ball Components
Golf balls, though they may all appear very similar are in fact very different from each other. There are three major different types of balls. There are two layer, three layer and four layer balls. They are fairly self explanatory in their names. The two layer ball has an inner core and the outer layer. The three layer balls have the inner core with another layer between the white outer layer and that inner core and four layer balls have the inner core and two layers between the core and the outer layer. Golf balls can also be broken down into distance and control. The golf balls of today are designed to maximize one of the two or find some happy medium between the two using some combination of two to four layers. There are many different balls out there, but they can be drawn into two major categories, those categories are: distance and accuracy vs. spin and control. Generally if you are looking for more control and spin you are going to want to gravitate toward 3 and 4 layer balls, whereas golfers more interested in distance and accuracy need to look for a 2 layer ball.
Ball Care Tips
- Clean your ball whenever you can while on the course to remove grass stains as well as dirt and mud.
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