More experienced golfers with greater swing speeds will want to use a high-compression golf ball. These balls spin more than low compression balls, which gives an experienced player more control when they take their shots - which is especially important on the green. Find out more about high-compression balls at


Low compressions balls stay on the clubface a bit longer. They do not spin quite as much as the high-compression balls, meaning the control won’t be quite as good with that ball as the other ones. These are also great balls to use in the summer when you want to hit the ball a bit longer. Find out more about low-compression balls at
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