(@dylan_dethier)This whole thing feels weird and forced now. It still has potential of course — it’s Tiger and Phil! And we’re still months away. But there’s something particularly appealing about the secret money matches that big-time pros must play against one another at their home clubs when they are most truly themselves. This feels like the opposite of that.
Today’s balls are about a million miles from the fragile balatas of old and one of the things that distinguishes a premium model is its urethane cover—every Tour model has one and these pelotas are pretty darn tough. So if you don’t lose a ton of balls don’t be afraid to invest in the more expensive ones.
A lot of folks understandably think selecting the right golf ball means finding the one that goes the longest off the tee but in reality you’d be a lot better offer fitting to your scoring clubs.
You’re looking for a high-performance multilayer urethane-covered ball with a very soft feel and plenty of short-game spin. Dual-distance corea larger and softer inner core for less spin and longer shots; a firmer outer core to rev up ball speed. 322 LDP dimple design and seamless cover for less drag. Improved short-game spin due to firm mantle and cast urethane cover.
At Evnroll we engineer larger spaces between the grooves in the middle of the putterface and smaller ones in the heel and toe sections to equalize speed on all strikes. Without this variance in groove design the ball would travel different distances depending on where you made contact across the face. Trust me — you don’t want that.