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#1: Best Distance Ball for 80-90mph Swing?

Posted on 2006-07-16 21:46:59 by Campy

What are your recommendations for a good distance ball with modest spin
characteristics for a 80 to 90 mph swing?

Campy

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#2: Re: Best Distance Ball for 80-90mph Swing?

Posted on 2006-07-16 22:03:21 by fiveiron

>Best Distance Ball for 80-90mph Swing?

you might look at top-flite x - outs at academy, 6 bucks a dozen.

>mho
>v fe

>no free rides, just deferred payments....

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#3: Re: Best Distance Ball for 80-90mph Swing?

Posted on 2006-07-17 01:07:38 by david s-a

Campy wrote:
> What are your recommendations for a good distance ball with modest spin
> characteristics for a 80 to 90 mph swing?
>
> Campy


I've tried several, but right now I prefer Titleist DT So/Lo. We are in
the depths of winter here, and in the cold, heavy, damp air this ball
seems to give me the best of distance and stopping charcteristics. I
think it may be too lively when things dry off and we get the warmer
weather, when I will move to either Titleist Pro V1, or the NXT,
depending on the speed of the greens. (the ProV1 being by far the best
on quality fast greens).

cheers
david

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#4: Re: Best Distance Ball for 80-90mph Swing?

Posted on 2006-07-17 01:47:19 by howard

On Sun, 16 Jul 2006 19:46:59 GMT, Campy &lt;<a href="mailto:res07688&#64;verizon.net" target="_blank">res07688&#64;verizon.net</a>&gt; wrote:

&gt;What are your recommendations for a good distance ball with modest spin
&gt;characteristics for a 80 to 90 mph swing?

Google shows some interesting ads and reviews:
<a href="http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&amp;q=golf+compression+80+to+90+mph+swing&amp;btnG=Google+Search" target="_blank"> http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&amp;q=golf+compression+80 +to+90+mph+swing&amp;btnG=Google+Search</a>

<a href="http://www.popularmechanics.com/outdoors/outdoors/1277481.html?page=2&amp;c=y" target="_blank"> http://www.popularmechanics.com/outdoors/outdoors/1277481.ht ml?page=2&amp;c=y</a>
What is the difference between 80, 90, and 100 compression balls?
Compression refers to the hardness of a ball, with 80 being the
softest and 100 being the hardest. In general, a golfer with a fast,
hard swing would use a 100 compression ball, while a golfer with a
moderate swing speed would use a 90 compression ball, and a golfer
with a slower swing would use an 80 compression ball. The compression
of the ball does not affect the distance a ball will travel. Golfers
should select the 80, 90, or 100 based on how soft they want the ball
to feel.

Others (below) disagree.
I like the way the Volvik Crystal feels. I don't know my swing
speed, but my drives in Colorado go 250 yards. Don't give up
control around the green for a few more yards.
Hmmm, some of the reviews in
<a href="http://www.golf-gear-review.com/golf-club-opinions.php3?Manufacturer=Volvik&amp;Category=Balls" target="_blank"> http://www.golf-gear-review.com/golf-club-opinions.php3?Manu facturer=Volvik&amp;Category=Balls</a>
indicate I might be giving up some of this - but my full mid-irons
leave the ball next to my ball-marks.

Oh, one thing about these is that they sell both white and colored - I
like having a colored model of my normal ball to use as provisionals
or when the fairway is full of white range balls or white flowers...

Other links:

<a href="http://www.canada.com/topics/travel/activities/golf/story.html?id=832fb66e-c2ae-43a6-925f-5a1d26fe4085&amp;k=7701" target="_blank"> http://www.canada.com/topics/travel/activities/golf/story.ht ml?id=832fb66e-c2ae-43a6-925f-5a1d26fe4085&amp;k=7701</a>
SRIXON Z-URS

The Z-URS shares the thinnest cover in golf with its sister, the Z-UR,
but has a 10% lower compression, making it softer feeling around the
greens and ideal for swing speeds of 80 to 90 mph. More durable and
less expensive than most of its premium ball rivals, it's already a
multiple Tour winner. $58

<a href="http://www.thinkandreachpar.com/archives/042302.htm" target="_blank">http://www.thinkandreachpar.com/archives/042302.htm</a>
If anyone wants to hit their shots farther, best to play lighter clubs
(e.g., with high quality graphite shafts), possibly longer clubs
(e.G.. 1/2 to 1 inch longer), better quality materials in the heads,
and a better golf ball that suits them. A two piece golf ball with a
surlyn or surlyn mix cover is better (eg. Titleist HP distance,
Bridgestone Precept, most Nike balls etc.). If by chance a golfer is
swinging slowly (eg. under 80 m.p.h. with a driver) and they try a
ball with a lower compression, like 80 instead of 90 compression,
they\'ll also hit it further.

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