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Selection

The right golf ball can make a big impact on your game. You need serious distance off the tee, controlled spin on your approach and superb feel on the greens. An average ball is not enough. Trust the name you know and play TaylorMade® golf balls during your next round. Whether you’re a beginner, mid-handicapper or card-carrying pro, you’ll find the TaylorMade golf ball you need at Golf Galaxy.

Select the golf ball that best matches your skills and playing style. Choose a ball built for speed, distance or control. We carry the most popular styles, including TaylorMade Project (a) golf balls.

You’ll also find a great selection of personalized TaylorMade golf balls—add your name, playing number or a special message when you give them as a gift.

Check out our entire assortment of TaylorMade golf clubs and equipment and take greater control of your game.

Buying Considerations

There are a few factors to consider to help you choose the right golf ball for your game.

Cover Material

The TaylorMade golf balls in our assortment typically feature one of two cover types: urethane or Iothane®. Urethane is a popular cover, offering plenty of feel and control. Iothane is an exceptionally soft, thin and shear-resistant cover material created by TaylorMade to provide more distance off the tee and optimal touch around the greens.

Layers

We carry TaylorMade golf balls, with three, four or five layers.

  • Three-piece golf balls provide incredible spin control but may not travel as far as a four- or five-piece ball.
  • Four-piece golf balls are Tour-caliber balls that allow for explosive distance and precise spin.
  • Our TaylorMade five-piece balls are designed for highly skilled golfers seeking optimum distance, spin and feel.

Compression Rating

The compression rating indicates how much the ball will compress when struck by the clubface. Choose compression rating based on your swing speed—the faster your swing, the higher the compression rating should be. Lower-compression golf balls are designed to create more distance, while higher-compression balls are ideal for players with faster swing speeds. Most average male players and long-hitting women should choose a compression rating around 90, while average-hitting women, older players and beginners may prefer a rating of 80 or lower. If you regularly drive the ball over 275 yards, you may want to consider a compression rating of 100 or more.

Expert Advice

Schedule a golf ball fitting at your nearest Golf Galaxy store. Test different balls in one of our hitting bays, and a Golf Galaxy associate will analyze each shot to help you choose the perfect ball for your game.