✅ 5 BEST GOLF BALLS FOR SENIORS (Construction, Spin & Compression)

In this video, I’m going to be talking about what type of golf ball a senior golfer should be using as well as some of my favorite balls for senior players. Subscribe to the channel for gear giveaways:

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A lot of people overlook the golf ball they play and it’s actually impacting their game more than they think. Picking the right golf ball for your game is super important and it’s something simple that can improve your game. In this post, I’m going to be talking about what kind of ball a senior golfer should be using.

If you’re a senior player you’ll want to pick a 2 or 3 piece golf ball that is also low spinning. The compression on the ball should also be fairly low because your swing speed probably won’t be as fast as it used to be. All three of these aspects will generate you the most distance, the straightest shots, and will result in the lowest scores. Examples are the Callaway Supersoft, Srixon Soft Feel, and Taylormade Project (S).

That’s all just my personal opinion though and some of it will depend on your own game. If you’re a better golfer then you might want something different but I tried to aim this article at the average player. The average player doesn’t have the fastest swing speed, tends to hook or slice the ball off the tee, and shoots well over par. Share this video:

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