There's only one piece of equipment you use on every shot: your golf ball. Every shot counts and so does your golf ball, yet we often hear golfers say they play "whatever is in my bag."
Performance and quality differences between golf balls and brands can be game-changing, especially around the green. Playing a golf ball model that has been fit to your game is a great start to better consistency.
While everyone wants more yardage off the tee, you’re only going to hit 12-14 driver shots a round.
Short-game shots are where you have the greatest opportunity to lower your score, so it’s important to select a golf ball that performs best for your scoring shots.
In a Performance Clubworks ball fitting, we'll check your irons and wedges first, and then fit the driver to achieve the best results.
50* Gap Wedge
After hitting a couple of shots with each ball, you will see a difference show up between different balls with the exact same club (50*Wedge).
In this illustration the Nike had less ball speed and spin than the ProV1
and Chrome Soft, The PV1 had more spin and the Chrome Soft had more ball speed.