Picking A Winter Golf Ball
By Kickntrue on 11/6/08
Winter/cold weather golf can be a lot of fun if, 1) you stay warm, and 2) play the right ball. I'll let you figure out number 1 on your own- but here is some advice on picking the right winter ball.
High compression golf balls don't work in cold weather and you'll end up with stinging hands. Swallow your pride/ego/etc and play a lower compression ball. Golf balls are best at 80 degrees. Anything below that starts to play tricks. Once you get below 50 degrees- you are playing a whole new game. Plus- why lose/ruin good balls during the winter?
My suggestion- play your wife's balls... man, that came out weird.
A List Of Low Compression Balls
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Anyone ever tried one of those microwave ball holders?
Re.. your suggestion, you can only do that in California.
I heard that happens a lot at the Blue Oyster Bar.
if you're in CA, most places you're not concerned about winter temps anyways, so you can leave your wife's balls at home, and play with your own balls
"so you can leave your wife's balls at home, and play with your own balls"
so many ways, so many ways.
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