BEST GOLF BALLS
CONDOR S, ONE OF THE
BEST GOLF BALLS,
OUTHITS MAJOR BRANDS
By Ken Liebeskind
Choosing the best golf ball is an essential element in perfecting your game, with golf balls offering different feels that can be matched to your swing style. Of course, most golfers want more distance, so the best golf balls will be the ones that travel farthest. Golf Digest magazine recently reported on the best golf balls in three price categories, based on computer simulated and air cannon tests.
The best golf balls in the less than $22 a dozen category are the Srixon Soft Feel, with a rubber core and blended cover that can launch the ball high with low spin; and the Taylormade Burner with a rubber core that achieves high ball speeds. In the $22-$35 category, the best golf balls are the Bridgestone E6, with a low-compression core and mantle layer; and the Callaway HX Hot Bite with a three piece core, mantle layer and ionomer cover.
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Condor S balls outperform the most
popular long ball used by touring pros
The best golf balls in the high priced over $40 category include the Titleist Pro V1 and ProV1X balls, with new 2009 versions featuring a larger core and thinner mantle; and the Bridgestone B330, with a core that increases in firmness from inside to out to reduce spin on tee shots.
The best golf ball in the non-regulation category is the Condor S ball from www.scientificgolfclubs.com, which actually outhits all the balls mentioned above. That's because the Condor S features a 410 aerodynamic dimple design that keeps the ball aloft longer, so it soars to the hole. The Condor S has been called the ball that flies too far, but it's not just a long distance ball. It also bites like a dart on approach shots and putts with a true roll, so it improves your short game, too.
Of course, distance is the key and the Condor S outhit the Titleist Pro XV1 and beat 15 other top brands by up to 22 yards in simulated tests. A pro who tried it hit it 400 yards, driving most par four greens.
...The Condor S ball can't be played by tournament pros because it doesn't conform to USGA regulations regarding ball size. But amateur golfers can use it to hit pro length drives and compete with top players. It levels the playing field.