Golfweek.com offers the most in-depth look at Volvik golf balls
Golfweek.com offers the most in-depth look at Volvik golf balls to date with their latest round of equipment coverage, with an analysis of the color golf ball market and separate write-up of all 7 of our golf ball lines we offer. Check it out below!
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Posted May 21, 201
Many golfers have a love-hate relationship with colored golf balls. Three ball manufacturers have been particularly aggressive with colored balls in the U.S.: Bridgestone, Srixon and Volvik.
The four-piece Volvik Vista iV has emerged as a player’s ball with optimal distance. Used by a handful of male touring pros, including Craig Stadler, the golf ball also is popular with female touring pros on the Volvik staff.
The four-piece Volvik White Color S3 is new for 2014 -- and is Volvik’s first golf ball utilizing soft and durable urethane in the cover.
Volvik's Pro Bismuth golf ball is a versatile three-piece ball aimed at golfers with higher swing speeds.
Volvik's Vista iS golf ball is designed to offer more greenside spin while feeling softer than its Vista counterpart.
The Volvik Crystal, a three-piece ball intended for golfers with slow to medium swing speeds (60 to 95 mph with a driver, according to Volvik), is the company's most famous offering.
Because low trajectory is an obstacle faced by many women, the design and placement of the dimples in the Volvik Lady 350 golf ball should help most women hit the ball higher.
The concept of the Volvik DS77 golf ball is to focus on extra distance for golfers with medium swing speeds.