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Want More Control in Your Game?

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If you have a fairly decent short game and are missing a lot of greens a suggestion to improve your short game would be to use a golf ball that spins more to help you get up and down. Along with greenside control, extra spin, tour-grade performance, and exceptional feel,that is what a golfer in control wants. Here are a few suggestions we have for a ball with more control around the greens, approach shots, and have exceptional feel.

 

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  • Titleist Pro V1: has a softer urethane cover to allow more spincontrol and feel around the green. 
  • TaylorMade Tour Preferred: Has more spin on iron shots, and the Soft Tech Cover this ball has more greenside control and spin.
  • Bridgestone B330-SThe Bridgestone Tour B330-S (spin) is designed for golfers seeking exceptional, consistent performance while achieving incredible distance and optimal greenside control. If you have a swing speed over 100-112 mph or if you have a lower trajectory and feel like your shots are not spinning enough, this is the ball for you. 
  • TaylorMade Project (a):  a “tour” ball built for the amateur golfer. This ball has a spin mantle to help increase shortgame spin and it's urethane cover helps for higher greenside spin with softer feel. 
  • Srixon Z-Star XV: The Srixon Z-Star XV is a four-piece ball with a dual-core that decreases sping off the driver while creating high spin off full wedge shots and increases friction around the greens for short-game shots.

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Heather Plyler
Heather Plyler
Heather Plyler is a golf enthusiast and has recently joined the E-Commerce team at Lost Golf Balls. She graduated from University of Houston-Downtown in 2013 with a Bachelor’s degree for Corporate Communications. Heather is passionate about golf whether it is playing a round on the course or communicating with others about their last Round. She has been involved in the sport for 10 years that has given her an insight into the commercial value of the products associated with the sport.

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