Colder temperatures have a consequence on every aspect of our game, from the clothes we wear to how far the ball travels through the air. We all certainly dress to combat the chill on a winter’s day, but how many of you are switching your golf ball for one that offers you more distance when you need it the most?
Cold air is denser than warm air, which creates additional drag on the ball resulting in it going a shorter distance. Also, chillier temperatures mean colder clubs, which in turn means the transfer of energy from the clubface to the ball is not as efficient as when it is warm. Lesson over!
A soft distance ball is key to cutting through the dense air to maintain that vital winter distance. One model that we have in-store is Callaway’s Supersoft balls, which boast new low-drag HEX aerodynamics for enhanced lift and longer distance - perfect for cold-weather performance.