Best Soft Golf Balls in 2020
Callaway Golf Supersoft Golf Balls, (One Dozen), White
SHAUN WEBB Soft Golf Balls (Pack of 12 Yellow Foam Practice Balls) Dent Resistant, Long Lasting, Limited Flight - Perfect for Home and Office. (FBA)
- ✅ PERFORMS LIKE A REAL GOLF BALL - These foam golf balls are designed to fade, draw and spin just like a real golf ball, making it an excellent practice tool for perfecting your golf swings.
- ✅ SUITABLE FOR INDOOR OR OUTDOOR USE - Got no time to head to the green? Go ahead and practice your putting and swinging in the backyard or at home without worrying about breaking anything.
- ✅ BUILT TO LAST - Tired of plastic balls that crack and dent easily? Our golf practice balls are made of soft foam that is designed to withstand impact without breaking apart or cracking.
- ✅ HIGHLY VISIBLE COLOR - Always losing your dull-colored practice balls? These foam golf balls are bright yellow in color so you can easily locate them in the grass when you practice outside.
- ✅ MONEY BACK GUARANTEE - If you are not satisfied with the performance or quality of our foam balls, let us know so we can provide a full purchase refund and you still get to keep the product.
Dsmile Foam Golf Practice Balls - 36 Pack | Light Soft Elastic Training Multifunction Sport Balls
- Material: durable soft resin PU rubber. Ball diameter: about 42.6mm.
- Package Including :36 * Soft Elastic Indoor Practice PU Golf Balls Training Golf Balls(multiple colour)
- Features:Soft, light-weight and flexible golf balls, ideal indoor practice sports training balls for the golf ball lovers.
- Use range:Suitable for indoor exercise and children practice as well.
- Great way to improve your short game in small places.
Titleist DT TruSoft Golf Balls, White (One Dozen)
- The softest compression Titleist
- New longer distance through low long game spin
- New improved short game performance for stopping power
- Trusted quality and consistency
TaylorMade 2018 Noodle Long & Soft Golf Ball, White (Pack of 24), One Size
- Durable and soft IOTHANE cover
- Impact propulsion core for longer carry
- Great feel and increased spin around the greens
- Patented dimple design for straighter flight
BRIDGESTONE GOLF e6 SOFT Golf Balls, White, Soft (Dozen Golf Balls)
- BRIDGESTONE GOLF BALLS: Switch to the BRIDGESTONE GOLF e6 SOFT golf ball and feel what it is like to gain accuracy, distance, and a decisive advantage over the competition with a BRIDGESTONE golf ball
- E6 SOFT: Pack of 12 BRIDGESTONE GOLF e6 SOFT white golf balls for men; This golf ball features low driver and long iron spin for straighter distance, as well as an advanced mantle and cover which work together for great approach and green-side performance
- COLORED GOLF BALLS AVAILABLE: Also available in Optic Yellow color for greater visibility on the fairway, green and in the rough
- BRIDGESTONE GOLF TECHNOLOGY: These golf balls feature the Delta Dimple design for smoother air resistance and greater distance to help your swing go longer while resisting pop ups for straighter shots on the golf course or in the golf simulator
- BRIDGESTONE E6 SOFT GOLF BALLS: A high-performance alternative to golf balls from TaylorMade, Wilson, Titleist, Callaway, Srixon and other leading brands of men's golf balls for sale
Pinnacle Soft Golf Balls, White (Pack of 15)
- Dialed-up feel for peak performance
- The core is the engine. Pinnacle soft contains a proprietary high-energy, very low compression core creating the softest feel and low spin for long distance
- The incredibly soft ionomer cover provides extremely soft feel on all shots while our advanced icosahedral dimple design with 332 Dimples ensures ideal, consistent flight
Callaway Golf Chrome Soft Golf Balls, (One Dozen), White (Prior Generation)
- Fast Ball Speeds & Low Spin Off The Driver
- Distance & Control Through The Bag
- Pinpoint Greenside Control
- Ultra Soft Feel
Titleist Tour Soft Golf Balls, Prior Generation, White (One Dozen)
- Category leading soft feel
- Commanding distance
- Advanced short game control
- Penetrating trajectory and consistent flight
Chrome Soft X Triple Track Golf Balls (One Dozen)
- Chrome Soft X Triple Track Golf Balls combine Tour-proven distance and performance, unparalleled feel, exceptional miss-hit forgiveness, a Graphene Dual Soft Fast Core and our new Triple Track Technology.
- Triple Track uses Vernier Hyper Acuity to improve alignment, for better putter putting accuracy compared to a regular side stamp alignment aid.
- The Graphene-infused Dual Soft Fast Core with a new, larger inner core maximizes compression energy while minimizing driver-spin and promoting high launch for long distance.
- Premium dual-core construction promotes more distance off of your longer clubs, and more control off of mid-irons, short-irons and wedges.
- Thin ultra-soft Tour Urethane Cover feels fantastic and generates shot-controlling, stroke-saving spin on pitches and chips.
Prize Picking at the Golf Tournament
How to snag the best prize when your ticket is drawn!
I was at a golf tournament recently and, like so many industry tournaments these days, there was an overflowing prize table at the end. Rather than pull people's names, one at a time, and give them a prize, the organizers gave everyone a numbered ticket. When your number was called, you got to go up to the table and had 15 seconds to choose your "prize".
As so often occurs at these things, my name was in the bottom third of the barrel. Imagine my surprise when I got up there and found an IPod sitting amongst the remaining prizes. There were also half a dozen or so $50 gift certificates.
What amazed me was that a number of people had walked away from the table carrying a golf hat and a sleeve of balls. Clearly, and to my benefit, they did not truly understand the finer points of the "self-serve" prize table.
The guiding principal, when faced with one of these tables, is, remarkably, the same as when eating at a Chinese Food Buffet...don't eat the rice.
You can make rice in the comfort of your own home, in about 20 minutes, and at a cost of about 32 cents. Why, then, would you stuff yourself with it at a $12.99 buffet? Clearly, the appropriate approach is to gorge yourself on ginger beef, palace chicken, dim sum and whatever seafood they may be offering, while edging your way around the boiled rice while holding out your chopsticks in a cross formation. In the same vein, Won Ton soup should, for the experienced buffet eater, contain no actual broth. The bowl should be filled, to the top, with expensive won tons, and the weak, and obviously very cheap, chicken broth should be left for whomever gets there last.
In the same manner, when faced with the "self-serve" prize table, one should activate one's "Price is Right" module immediately upon rising from one's chair. One's prize radar should be set so that one is able to scan the table and, within the 15 allotted seconds, establish the relative value of all of the remaining prizes. One should then snag the most expensive prize on the table, irrespective of whether or not one actually needs or wants the prize. (If time allows, it is acceptable to choose a prize that one actually wants, if it is in the top tenth percentile, price-wise.)
Clearly, one should avoid the following prize-snagging errors:
Do not choose a golf shirt, no matter how nice it is, if it was donated by a competitor and has their logo stitched all over it. Unless, of course, you need something to wear while changing the oil in the family car.
Do not choose golf clubs, golf hats, or golf gloves if you only golf three times a year in industry tournaments. Having all that equipment accumulating dust in your garage will not turn you into a golfer. If you only golf three times a year, and your swing tends more toward the "George Lopez" style than the "Nancy Lopez" style, golf balls may be an acceptable choice.
I like the change to the "self-serve" prize table, as I am now less likely to win oil-stained competitors' shirts in a ladies' size medium. And, yes, I snagged the IPod.