Polara Self Correcting Golf Balls Review
Should be required for all high-handicapped golfers.
This is my official Polara Self Correcting Golf Balls Review.
I tried all the different kinds of Polara golf balls for the writing of this review. The Ultimate Straight and also the XD and XDS balls.
These are my overall thoughts on their effectiveness and the difference between them all!
Polara Ultimate Straight Balls
After you get off the tee with these golf balls, there are two options.
1. Reposition the arrow for each shot, ensuring that it goes straight.
2. Just playing it as it lies and it will act like a normal golf ball.
On the green it really didn’t matter whether I lined up the arrow or just dropped the ball, it rolled true either way. For my rounds I just had the 2-piece ball to try and it was very similar to a typical 2-piece ball, a little hard and minimal stopping power. But this is really what most amateurs play now.
While Polara Self Correcting Golf Balls are not USGA legal for scoring and tournaments, I think that all high-handicappers should play these until they get to a single digit handicap. Even as a low handicap player, I had a blast playing with them. My score was even better than normal. I see no reason to always play what the pro play, no other sport does. Different bats, different 3-point lines, why not golf? It would speed up play, save money on lost balls, and it would make the recreational golfer enjoy their round more. Everyone should give these a try; they might be the simplest fix for the amateur golf game.
Polara XD & XDS GOLF BALLS
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