BANDIT GOLF BALLS
BANDIT GOLF BALLS
VIOLATE U.S.G.A. RULES
AND FLY FARTHER
By Ken Liebeskind
Bandit golf balls are proud to violate the rules that limit the distance of golf balls that have been established by the U.S.G.A. and the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, because the balls travel so much farther than regulation balls. Bandit's Maximum Distance Golf Ball "is consistently 50 to 60 yards longer," one golfer said. "I was keeping up with the gorillas that normally out drive me by 50 yards," another proclaimed.
What's the bandit golf ball secret? Bandit golf balls are designed with a surlyn cover, a super reactive core and a dimple design that causes the ball to hang in the air longer and descend at a shallower level.
Bandit golf ball gives golfers the chance to cut multiple strokes off their score.
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This is great for long distance drives, but the bandit golf ball also has a smaller diameter that leads to better putting, so it's great on the greens, too.
Bandit golf balls are one of the leading illegal golf balls on the market, but they have stiff competition from the Condor S ball from www.scientificgolfclubs.com. The company renowned for its scientifically designed golf clubs makes a ball that flies up to 22 yards farther than 15 of the top brand balls, including the Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1X. The Condor S ball is designed with 410 aerodynamic dimples and a high compression core that gets the ball up faster and higher, with a dynamic loft that flies to the green.
One pro who tested the Condor S ball hit 400 yard drives, reaching most of the par 4 greens. This is the ball that will give you the chance to putt for eagle on a majority of par 4 holes.
We encourage you to test the bandit golf ball and the Condor S ball to see which plays best. Does one go farther than the other? Is one more playable around the greens? Which one putts best? Check them out and see for yourself.