ColdFusion Golf Tees Up the World’s Only Cold Weather Golf Ball in Iceland and The United Kingdom

Designed to outperform all other brands when the temperature drops below 15.5° Celsius, ColdFusion Golf balls give golfers better distance and control with every club in their bag.
Chill Before Teeing Up for Maximum Performance
Chill Before Teeing Up for Maximum Performance
April 15, 2014 - PRLog -- UNITED KINGDOM and ICELAND: Just six weeks after ColdFusion Golf announced the official North American launch of its cold weather golf ball designed for playing golf when the thermometer dips below 15.5° C, the company has entered into distribution agreements with two agents in the United Kingdom and Iceland to sell the balls in their respective markets.

The Home of Golf Welcomes ColdFusion Golf Balls

With close to 3,000 golf courses in the United Kingdom and  approximately 4 million golfers (not including tourists), golfing isn’t just a pastime in Great Britain, it’s a way of life.  With average monthly temperatures ranging between 4 and 16° C, the UK climate favours a cold weather golf ball.

"UK golfers have one season; it begins when people first start playing golf and it never stops,” said Kenneth Duff, Managing Director, DF Affari. “For our Golf Open St Andrews event we are always seeking new innovative products to introduce to the players.  ColdFusion Golf balls are almost in the realm of golfing SciFi so they are prefect for this event and I’m excited about introducing them to golfers in the UK and Europe.”

ColdFusion Golf Balls – Made for the “Summer Heat” of Iceland

Approximately 35.000 individuals (~10% of the population) play golf every year in Iceland where the temperature fluctuates between -3°C to 14°C, and rarely reaches higher than 17° C, even during the summer months.

Midnight golf is popular in June and July when the country experiences 24 hours of sunlight.  And during the winter, the lack of snow makes golf a year round sport.

“When I heard about the ColdFusion Golf ball I knew it would be a perfect fit for our market in Iceland,” said Einar Bjarni Jonsson, owner of Netgolfvorur. “There is less snow here than people might think and so many of our 65 golf courses are open all year round for the many golfers who play right through the winter.”

About ColdFusion Golf Balls

Standard golf balls are manufactured for an optimum temperature of ~26° C.  When they get cold, they become less resilient and don’t compress as they should off the clubface. This can result in a loss of 2 – 2.5 meters for every 10 degree drop in temperature.   The chillier it gets, the greater the loss in distance and feel.  With ColdFusion Golf balls, the colder it gets the better they perform.

What makes the ColdFusion golf ball function so well in frosty conditions is its core/cover combination. 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 that the ball remain 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.

For maximum playability, chill ColdFusion Golf balls before teeing them up.

ColdFusion Golf balls are available for purchase in:

- Iceland through Netgolfvorur -- the fastest growing independent distributor for golf accessories in Iceland

- United Kingdom, Ireland and many European countries online at Golf Store 24 – a rapidly expanding online golf store in the UK with the coolest brands and latest gadgets

- USA and Canada online at ColdFusion Golf (Bulk and international orders are available by contacting ColdFusion Golf.)

About ColdFusion Golf Inc.

ColdFusion Golf  is the leader in cold weather golf products. Its mission is to provide golfers with solutions that will help improve their golf game and have more consistency and fun on the course when the temperature drops below 15.5° Celsius (60° Fahrenheit).

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