The hardness of golf balls are classified as follows:
1. Balls with hardness 90-105
Golf balls have different hardnesses, so we should pay attention to this when buying balls. Balls with different hardnesses have different feelings. The larger the number, the harder the ball. The basis for choosing the hardness of the ball is the hitting. The player’s swing strength and swing technical action form. Generally speaking, excellent professional golfers choose hardness 90-105 balls, and most players use hardness 105 (super hard), 100 (second hard) and 95 (medium hard).
2. Balls with a hardness of 80-90
The average level of young and middle-aged players can choose the hardness of the ball to use, it is easier to hit the ball they need. Because the hardness of the ball is proportional to the distance, it is not easy for general players to grasp the directionality of the ball that is too hard. Because of the high hardness, the time for the club head to contact the ball becomes shorter, and it is easy to hit the ball away.
3. A ball with a hardness of 70
Suitable for beginners and high handicap players. In fact, there is no strict limit to the choice of the hardness of the ball. Golfers can make choices based on their own age, physical strength, technical status and purpose.
We can customize the ball suitable for hardness according to customer requirements. The hardness of a golf ball is a standard for measuring how hard the ball feels. The higher the hardness number, the harder the feel and the lower the compressibility during hitting. You can refer to your own playing technique to choose the hardness.