Polara Self Correcting Golf Balls Reduce Slice And Hooks

Polara Self Correcting Golf Balls Reduce Slice And Hooks

Polara Golf Balls (Image courtesy Polara)
By Andrew Liszewski

Lets get this out of the way first and foremost. Polara’s self correcting golf balls, which promise to correct slices and hooks by up to 75%, are not approved for professional competition play. So if you think you’ve found a way to sneak into the PGA or LPGA, it isn’t going to happen. However, if you’re completely unable to play through a round of golf at your local course without constantly landing your ball off the fairway, and have very understanding friends, you might want to give them a shot.

I don’t completely understand the science of what keeps them on the straight and narrow, but it’s a combination of a deep, shallow and tiny dimple pattern on the outside of the ball. And what looks to be a specialized layer core which optimizes spin and increases distance. A set of 12 Polara balls will cost you $39.95, which I assume is more expensive than a regular set of balls. But since Polara’s balls will also reduce the number of snickers and laughter from your fellow players, I’m pretty sure it’s more than worth it for a lot of golfers.

[ Polara Self Correcting Golf Balls ] VIA [ The Red Ferret Journal ]

2 thoughts on “Polara Self Correcting Golf Balls Reduce Slice And Hooks”

  1. Nice, now Polara just needs to make a golf ball that automatically veers towards the hole when it lands on the green. The ultimate anti-yip golf ball.

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