Standard golf balls are manufactured for an optimum temperature of ~80 degrees F. When they get cold, they become less resilient and don’t compress as they should off the club face. This can result in a loss of 2 – 2.5 yards for every 10 degree drop in temperature[
What makes the ColdFusion golf ball function so well in frosty conditions is its core/cover combination.
Built to USGA specifications the ball is designed using a custom core that when chilled or even frozen, retains its elasticity, leading to better distance control. The softer and thicker cover also ensures the ball is more responsive off the club face, giving golfers more spin control around the greens, and better feel with every club in their bag, including their putter.
ColdFusion Golf was founded when Curtis Colvin, owner of Club Guy Golf, went looking for a golf ball to better serve the needs of his clients who wanted to play golf throughout the winter months. After searching the market for a ball that could perform well in cold weather and coming away empty handed, Colvin decided to create one himself.
“For the past 20 years, I’ve been providing golf equipment advice, repair and coaching to golfers looking to take their game to the next level,” said Colvin. “My customers constantly complain about the poor performance of their golf ball in cold weather; some even choose not to play, they are so frustrated. So I set out to turn their frustration into fun.”
Knowing the dynamics and interaction of the golf club face and ball Colvin was able to produce a larger core, low 70-compression ball with an elastic ionomer cover that would allow golfers of all skill levels to play better in colder weather.
Teaching professional Randy Davis of Fairways and Greens Golf School in Cary, NC has seen remarkable results with his own game and suggests his clients try ColdFusion Golf balls when they are looking for feel and distance their regular ball doesn’t deliver in the fall and winter.
“As a retired PGA Touring Pro and year round golfer, I understand why my normal ball doesn’t perform its best in colder weather. And when it loses compression and feel, it makes my rounds less enjoyable,” shared Davis. “I’m very particular about how my ball spins and feels off my wedges and putter and the ColdFusion is especially great with these shots. That’s why I recommend the ColdFusion cold weather golf ball to my students who play in cooler climates.”
For maximum playability, chill ColdFusion Golf balls before teeing them up.
ColdFusion Golf balls are priced affordably at only $29.99/dozen and available for purchase online. Bulk and international orders are available by contacting ColdFusion Golf.
Frank Thomas, former USGA director and author of “Dear Frank...: Answers to 100 of Your Golf Equipment Questions”
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