Golf balls are not just tailored around the games of the best players in the world on the PGA Tour. They are made to help golfers at the bottom of the ladder too.
Some balls are made with hard cores suited to players who can hit the ball a long way and players who can manipulate the ball's flight.
The premium balls in the game, such as the TaylorMade TP5, the Titleist Pro V1x and the Callaway Chrome Soft X, are all suited to players such as Jon Rahm and Dustin Johnson.
As well as these balls perform on the golf course, they do not suit every golfer in the world. If you are a beginner, you should not be looking at this bracket of golf balls.
Balls such as the Srixon AD333's, Callaway Supersofts and Wilson Staff Duo Optix are the best balls for people who are just starting their career.
They are soft, forgiving and they feel good off the clubface. All you need are these features and then you are good to go and play your first round.
You need golf balls that are reliable and durable. You don't want scratches or dents in your game which could negatively affect your score.
Take a look below at the best golf balls for beginners.
The new fast layer core starts soft in the centre and gradually becomes firm around its edge, giving high-speed players exceptional feel and plenty of ball speed for maximum distance.
Callaway Supersoft is a long, straight distance ball that’s incredibly soft. The ultra-low compression core promotes fast ball speed and increased accuracy.
WILSON STAFF DUO OPTIX
Easy-to-find Wilson Staff Duo Optix golf balls in a 12-pack. They have bold, brighter matte colours you can’t miss and the matte finish paint reduces sun glare off the ball.
WILSON ULTRA LUE
The Ultra is known as the original distance golf ball. The 2-piece construction is optimized for distance and there is high compression for maximum durability and long distance.
TAYLORMADE RBZ SOFT
Legendary Distance. Extremely Soft Feel. These balls have a REACT core for big distance with Soft Feel. It is the softest ever RBZ ball.