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By Ken Liebeskind
Yalesville, Connecticut

The official rules of golf, established by the U.S. Golf Association and the Royal & Ancient Club/St. Andrews, Scotland, say a golf ball cannot weigh more than 45.93 grams or 1.62 ounces. The "A" ball from NGC Sports (http://www.scientificgolfclubs.com) has a higher atomic weight and is officially an illegal golf ball, meaning it is banned from U.S. Golf Association tournaments, USGA-sanctioned events and rounds submitted for computing handicaps.

But it can be used by recreational golfers who want to hit the ball farther. The "A" ball and other illegal golf balls are renowned for adding extra distance to golf shots, which helps regular players hit pro distance drives of more than 300 yards. The "A" ball adds extra distance through its new core with a higher atomic weight than other balls. The extra weight is too small to feel but it makes a big difference when the ball takes flight.



These illegal golf balls generate greater distance off the tee and the extra weight also makes them putt with a steadier roll

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The "A" Ball has a core with a higher atomic weight than other balls.

It goes as much as 13 yards farther than balls used by the pros, according to an independent testing laboratory.

The "A" ball is normal size, features a cut-proof Surlyn cover, a two-piece construction and a 432 dimple design that helps it sail longer. It may be an illegal golf ball, but most of its qualities are completely legal.

The "A" ball's extra weight also makes it putt truer and bite the green more firmly on approach shots. So you see, it's not just an illegal golf ball that offers a solution for longer drives. It will help you improve your accuracy and other areas of your game.

Many illegal golf balls are criticized for being unplayable. "You'll get some great distance off the tee, yet you will have less feel and playability around the greens," one golfer wrote. "Even if they were legal, I'd never use them. I can't imagine they're any good around the green," another player said. Yet the "A" ball is acclaimed for promoting steadier putts as well as longer drives. The unplayable factor doesn't apply.

We hope you don't do anything else illegal, but using an illegal golf ball is permissible for the average golfer. It will help you improve your game, even if it isn't approved by the USGA.

CHECK OUT http://www.scientificgolfclubs.com, for more information on the "A" ball and a bevy of legal golf products offered by the company that is renowned for high tech products that offer advances in golf technology that will benefit your game. There are many popular illegal golf balls out there, from the Bandit to the Desperado, the Pirate to the Raider. The names all connote the illegality of the balls, while the "A" ball from NGC Sports connotes its first rate status within the group. It's illegal golf ball that provides legal good feelings about your golf game, which the other illegal golf balls don't do.

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