DISTANCE GOLF BALL
THE DISTANCE GOLF BALL THAT BEATS THE
By Ken Liebeskind
What are the components of a distance golf ball? 410 aerodynamic dimples that keep the ball aloft longer and a slightly smaller size that reduces air drag. These are the main features of the Condor "S" distance golf ball from NGC Sports (www.ngcsports.com), the ball that was hit 400 yards by a pro and can be hit up to 22 yards longer than major brands by average golfers.
Golfers frequently buy new clubs to increase distance, but the ball itself plays a major roll. "The golf ball is making more of a difference in the game than anything else," said Billy Mayfair, a PGA pro. "The golf ball has changed the game more than the driver has.
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" The Titleist ProV1 is perhaps the best known distance golf ball, but it can be successfully played only by golfers with exceptionally high clubhead speed, because it takes considerable force to penetrate the additional material added to the balls.
Not so with the Condor "S" ball, which is ideal for average golfers. The revolutionary new dimple design and the slightly smaller size combine to produce a ball that can be hit solidly by average golfers. The technology behind the distance golf ball causes it to gain altitude quickly and sail toward the green. It's renowned for greater distance and also putts steadier on the green, so it will improve your long and short games.
You won't see professional golfers using the Condor "S" ball, because it hasn't been approved by the PGA. It's the golf ball that will help average golfers play like the pros, with longer shots that produce more birdies. The Condor "S" has been called the ball that flies too far. It's the distance golf ball that's guaranteed to take five to 10 strokes off your score.