Most of us question what golf ball is the best for our game.
Sadly manufacturers realize the power of marketing. Pursavive marketing leads to confusion. For over 50 years, I have been a victim of marketing, looking in all the wrong places. That has ended, and I am willing to share my findings.
I use launch monitors. Several monitors are available and can provide home practice. I have my own, but I still go to a facility with state-of-the-art equipment when deciding on the best golf equipment for my game.
Many club fitters have topline monitors if you want to avoid setting up a home practice area.
I take several different golf ball brands to gather data on how they perform based on the swing.
The fitter I go to has Trackman. Trackman ranges in price starting at $21,000 and goes up to $100,000 (simulator). My home setup cost less than $5,000.
After collecting the data on each brand of golf balls, the choice is obvious_ the best for you. Mine is Triad, made by Wilson. Also, the Pinnacle Exception performs well, but Titleist quit making the Pinnacle Exception model years ago.
In understanding the difference in quality golf balls and the importance of spin, distance, dispersion, and compression, we all have a good source, "YouTube."
The video below makes a point of getting quality information from a knowledgeable source.