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Golf Balls

What’s a game of golf without the golf ball? It’s a question we’re not quite sure how to answer… but let’s be honest, you won’t get far without keeping a spare set handy for your next tournament or round of 18 with your friends! Luckily, at Lovell Sports, we’re on hand with an extensive range of premium golf balls for sale at affordable prices. So, whether you’re on the hunt for low-compression or high-compression golf balls, we’ve got you covered. Explore industry-leading brands like Srixon, Callaway, Taylormade, Nike, Wilson, and Slazenger, and unlock your potential on the course today! Don’t forget to check out our golf ball markers and golf ball retrievers to enhance your game.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I choose the right golf ball for my game?

Choosing the right golf ball depends on factors such as your skill level, swing speed, and personal preferences. Golf balls come in various compression levels, spin rates, and cover materials. Golfers with slower swing speeds may benefit from low-compression balls, while advanced players might prefer higher-compression balls for better control.

What is the significance of the number of dimples on a golf ball?

The number of dimples on a golf ball affects its aerodynamics and flight characteristics. Generally, more dimples create a higher trajectory and increased spin. However, the specific design and pattern of the dimples, along with other factors, also play a role in shaping the ball's performance.

What is the difference between a two-piece and a multi-layer golf ball?

Two-piece golf balls have a simple construction with a solid core and a cover. They are known for their durability, distance, and low spin. Multi-layer balls have additional layers, including a mantle and cover, which can provide more control, spin, and feel. The choice between the two depends on the golfer's preferences and playing style.

How does compression impact the performance of a golf ball?

Compression refers to the hardness or softness of a golf ball. Low-compression balls are softer and compress more easily, suitable for slower swing speeds, while high-compression balls are harder and offer more control for faster swing speeds. Understanding your swing speed and selecting the appropriate compression can impact both distance and feel.