Do golf balls lose Flair over time?
On the contrary, golf balls tend to lose their flair and worsen their quality throughout consistent play. While people do not frequently talk about it, golfers must make sure they use high-quality balls in good condition not to affect their performance.
Should you use a chipped golf ball?
There is a general rule of thumb golfers use to evaluate whether they should use their golf balls. If the paint is chipped off, the golf ball’s scuff or defacement is smaller than a dime. Then it is still good to go and ready to be used again!
How long do golf balls last in water?
If you lose a 2-piece golf ball to a water body, you will lose a distance of about six yards if it’s not retrieved for a week. And if you let it be for three months, you can expect it to drop three additional yards. But generally, these golf balls are said to last a good period of time because their core is made of solid rubber and soft plastic.
What happens if you put a golf ball in water?
This is because water acts as a frictional surface between your ball and club, which could lead to the ball slipping and your golf club’s grooves “grabbing” the ball. This increases present damage on the ball and will lower overall performance as the friction causes some energy to dissipate.