The driver, which sports a special metal coating used in the military, is known to hit with a force twice as hard as steel. It has broken many par-4 distances and is highly regarded for control and power. When it came up against the A Ball and the Condor S Ball, old records were broken.
The Condor S Ball is a 410-dimple golf ball that has been designed to travel long distances. The off-regulation number of dimples allows the 'outlaw' S Ball to stay longer in the air than most comparable golf balls.
The dimples and symmetry of the S Ball reduce drag and help hold the ball aloft with a steady flight path. It also has a high-compression core that enables the ball to go up faster. With the 460cc driver, the ball broke the distance record set in previous tests by 22 yards.
The A Ball, on the other hand, is designed with 432 dimples. Using the 460cc driver, the ball flew 13 yards longer than in earlier tests. It is built to regulation size, but is a little heavier. Although similar in size to regulation golf balls, there is an advantage in the A Ball's design and weight. The A Ball is accepted in most tournaments, but can in fact be banned. The same goes with the Condor S Ball as well.
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