Vice Golf are a very unique company that prides itself on producing golf balls that are well designed and different in colour.
They have previously produced items for special occasions such as The Masters, the US Open at Torrey Pines and the Ryder Cup.
This is how they differ from other brands and Vice Golf target a different demographic of golfers who are looking for something unique to add to their golf bag.
Golf balls are a key part of the argument when it comes to scaling back the game and restricting the distance of the best players on the PGA Tour.
But Vice Golf focuses on something outside of the box, as well as producing quality golf balls that the best players in the world can use to shoot low scores.
From the Vice Pro Plus to the Vice Drive, all of these products help to improve your scores by offering great distances, high ball speeds and penetrating ball flights.
Take a look below at the best golf balls from Vice Golf.
VICE PRO PLUS
This ball has 4-Piece construction with a cast urethane cover and a size-increased High Energy Speed Core (HESC) for higher ball speed and more driver distance.
Price: £3.29 a ball
This ball is optimized for higher ball speed and tremendous driver distance. It offers excellent short-game spin thanks to stick to the green (S2TG) technology.
Price: £3.29 a ball
VICE PRO SOFT
This ball has a 3-Piece construction with a cast urethane cover and a High Energy Speed Core (HESC) for higher ball speed and distance off the tee.
Price: £2.49 a ball
The Vice TOUR ball remains the all-rounder in the portfolio. With the new Vice TOUR, you benefit from the technological improvements, including an updated hardness distribution, a higher coefficient of restitution (COR) and lower driver spin, which result in more distance off the tee.
Price: £2.09 per ball
The best value for money deal for all golfers in search of a distance ball with a soft feel. The low compression gives the golfer an outstanding feel at impact and superior control while maximizing carry and total distance off the tee.
Price: £1.49 per ball