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CONDOR BALLS


CONDOR BALLS FLY TOO FAR, GENERATE SCORES TOO LOW!


By Ken Liebeskind
Yalesville, Connecticut

Condor balls are renowned as "the ball that flies too far," which means they give average golfers the chance to hit pro length drives and cut multiple strokes off their score.

Available at NGC Golf (http://www.scientificgolfclubs.com), the company renowned for its technologically advanced golf products, the Condor ball features a revolutionary new dimple design that keeps the ball aloft longer. It's also slightly smaller then regulation balls, which reduces air drag, allowing the ball to gain altitude quickly.



Condor balls give golfers the chance to cut multiple strokes off their score.

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Condor Golf Ball

Condor balls outperform the most
popular long ball used by touring pros

There's also been a slight change to the two-piece core that makes it rise faster off the clubface. Condor balls feature 410 aerodynamic dimples, which lower the drag the balls encounter as they fly through the air. Drag reduction means the ball flies farther, which is just what Condor balls are meant to do.

The Condor ball has outhit the Titleist Pro V1 in tests, so it outperforms the most popular long ball used by touring pros. Touring pros can't use Condor balls because they're not approved by the USGA. They're the ideal ball for amateur golfers who seek to maximize distance and gain greater enjoyment from the game.

Condor balls are guaranteed to cut five to ten strokes off your game or you can return them for a full refund. But we don't think you will, because as soon as you begin playing with them, your drives will soar, your fairway shots will loft to the green and even your putts will ring true.

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