What compression does a Polara golf ball use?

What compression does a Polara golf ball use?

Compression: 85. Core Material: Soft Resilient Polybutadiene. Core Diameter: 1.535 inches.

How much distance do you lose with Polara golf balls?

It seems you lose 15-20 yards. Also, with the 9 degree driver, they dove like shot ducks. When I adjusted the loft to 10-1/2 (TaylorMade Rocketballz club) they do seem to go straighter. Oddly, the longest 2 balls I hit were Polara, but overall, the majority were shorter.

Are Polara golf balls legal?

One problem: It’s completely illegal. Polara’s balls, because of their dimple variations, are not allowed for on-course use in any events sanctioned by the U.S. Golf Association.

Do Polara self correcting golf balls work?

Polara golf balls are a guaranteed way to increase your range and straighten your shots. Because of their effectiveness, they’re not allowed for official tournament play. However, if you’re looking to have more fun and get into the sport while improving your game, this is the only ball you’ll ever need.

Is Polara golf out of business?

It’s a first tee utterance you’ll be hearing less now that Polara, the company that infamously made golf balls with an irregular (and controversial) dimple design, has officially filed for bankruptcy.

Are self correcting golf balls illegal?

The Polara golf ball is so effective in correcting hooks and slices that the USGA banned its use in PGA sanctioned tournaments. Polara’s patented asymmetrical dimple pattern technology is the reason the golf ball reduces slices and hooks by up to 75%.

Are Polara golf balls still made?

Polara is back, with new owners, new dimples, and a new design. And even straighter shots. According to Dr. David Felker, the company’s director of technology, the new Polara can correct up to 75% of hooks and slices (sometimes more).

What is the compression of the MG senior golf ball?

Product Specifications:

Brand Volvik
Feel/Compression Soft/Medium (75)
Dimples 322
Performance Distance
Swing speed 70-90 mph