found balls

Follow Thread

By Mark P

  • 5 Replies
  1. Mark P

    Mark P
    foxboro, MA

    0 Posts

    Went for a walk on my home course Sunday and all the snow had melted. Found a number of Pro V and Pro VX balls. Any guess how a ball responds to being under a foot of snow for a few months.

  2. Barry B
    Lake St Louis, MO

    0 Posts

    I would think that being frozen for a while would definitely impact the balls performance.
  3. John C
    Falmouth, MA

    0 Posts

    I doubt the average golfer (75+ per round) will relay notice a difference in the play of the ball. Question: Where do you store your clubs and balls in the winter? In the garage? Once they reach normal temperature they should react the same.
  4. Jason S
    Schofield, WI

    0 Posts

    I would think the moisture from the snow and cold would have an impact. Probably not as much as balls from the bottom of the water hazard.
  5. Dale V
    Escondido, CA

    0 Posts

    This is where technology has really made a big difference. Old balata wound balls were somewhat pores and water would get inside. Not good. Current solid balls will have minimal degradation. I mean, warm'm up and tee'm up.
  6. Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

    0 Posts

    I store my Prov1s in my man cave the year round and thrown a sleeve or two in the bag I am using the day I play. Fortunately we get opportunities to play the year round. We do have a few weeks of winter in the low country of South Carolina. Rain and flooding is our biggest obstacle. But every once in a while this will come for a visit, as it did this year in early January and stuck around for over a week. Think it decided to come to the beach from up North.
    Post Image

Please login to post a comment.

Sign In

Haven't registered for Team Titleist yet?

Sign Up