It’s cliche’, but golf balls make the best gifts for golfers.
If you have a golfer on your list that you still have to buy for, don’t fret.
There isn’t a golfer on the planet that doesn’t need or want golf balls this holiday season. Unless that golfer is named Tiger, Rory or Phil.
Golf balls make a great gift or even a stocking stuffer since you can choose to buy one or two sleeves or if you have to spend a little more, opt for a box or two or three.
Bridgestone E5 Golf Balls
The perfect blend of performance and durability, even for this hacker. These balls just have a nice feel to them. Golfers will get both distance and control at a fair price. The team at Bridgestone knows what they are doing when it comes to making golf balls. Places like Sports Authority have deals on Bridgestone balls, but you can always order on http://www.bridgestonegolf.com/product/balls/e5. Bridgestone balls are made in the USA.
Per Bridgestone, here are the featured of the E5:
Large gradational core
Tour quality urethane cover
Seamless 326-dimple design with Dual Dimple Technology
Available at major retailers and through Bridgestone Golf.
Jack Nicklaus makes different golf balls for different golfers. Their goal is to simplify the golf ball selection process and I have to think they accomplished that.
Choose from Nicklaus Black, Nicklaus Blue, and Nicklaus White, Just play the ball that matches the tee you play from.
Nicklaus White – For those who play from the forward tees
Nicklaus Blue – For those who play from the middle tees
Nicklaus Black – For those who play from the back tees
Based in Germany, Vice Golf makes a great golf ball and then they will personalize it for you.
Per Vice Golf, this is what they do and what putting your name or logo on a golf ball can do for you:
With your company logo, your name, or your tagline, your golf ball will be unique.
Set yourself apart from your fellow players and identify your golf ball on the fairway immediately, be it on the rough or on the green.
Make your company well—known on the golf course and set a personal statement.
Order and customize easily on www.vicegolf.com.
OnCore makes a legal golf ball that has a hollow core and they say reduces slice,
Due to the energy coming off of the center of the golf ball, it creates 2x the rifle spin (over leading competitor balls on the market) and the outcome is straighter shots.
It is proven when a golfer hits the OnCore ball; it can reduce one’s slice up to 30% based on swing speed. The same concept also complies to the putting green as the ball acts as a wide tire reducing breaks on the green.
Try a dozen at www.oncoregolf.com.
The Polara balls may not be legal for tournament play, but they are fun to breakout for a practice round or even when you need to work on a particular aspect of your game.
You can try some Polara balls for as little as $7.95 right off their website at www.polargolf.com. They reduce slice and will go a bit further, but for some, it makes the game of golf a much more enjoyable experience.
Happy holidays and don’t lose too many balls!