Best Golf Ball Deals
Balls are an area of golf where a lot of money can be saved so we have tried to find the best deals on the vital piece of equipment.
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Best Golf Ball Deals
We all know how important the golf ball is to us and because we all play the game differently, with varying swing speeds and skill sets, a golf ball can be a very personal part of the equipment setup. Brands know this and therefore manufacture models that cover different aspects of the game to suit your style of play.
Whether you are seeking more distance or perhaps you want more control around the greens, there is a golf ball designed for your game. Golf balls can be expensive, with a dozen of the best golf balls sometimes coming in at $45, however you can occasionally find deals on top golf balls, even on models used by Tour professionals. For example in 2022 the Titleist Pro V1 had 20% on Amazon Prime Day.
However because these tend to be quite rare deals we have also added in some deals below on some of the most popular, and cheaper golf balls on the market as well. So if you need to stock up on golf balls, then check out some of the deals below...
US Ball Deals
Srixon Z-Star Golf Balls | 22% off at PGA Tour Superstore (opens in new tab)
Were $44.99 Now $34.98
A superb premium offering from Srixon, the Z-Star produces a penetrating ball flight on long shots and excellent stopping power on the greens. Right now you can get a dozen with 22% off.
Read our full Srixon Z-Star ball review
UK Ball Deals
Wilson Staff Duo Optix Golf Balls | £7 off at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Were £23 Now £15.95
Looking to add some color to your golf game? Pick up a dozen of the Wilson Duo Optix balls in bright, matte orange. The balls are easier to spot during the winter months and come with a soft feel.
TaylorMade RBZ Soft Golf Balls | 33% off at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Was £19.99 Now £13.49
The RBZ Soft is a 2-piece ball that feels incredibly soft, and will help those with slower swing speeds to get a good bit more distance. It does what it sets out to do extremely well and is 33% off right now. You can also get two dozen for around £1 per ball (opens in new tab).
Read our full TaylorMade RBZ Soft 2022 ball review
Srixon Distance Golf Balls | £5 off at American Golf (opens in new tab)
Were £20 Now £14.99
If you want more distance from your golf ball then this is the model for you. It produces a high ball flight and is also hard wearing too which is great value for money. Also you can get a dozen for just under £15 right now.
How to choose the right golf ball
We may have collated some of the best golf ball deals above but when it comes to buying golf balls there are several factors to consider first.
Soft or firm?
The best premium golf balls come in alternative versions that spin slightly less for players who prefer a firmer feel or more control off the tee. Try both from various distances to find your preference.
Urethane-covered balls offer the best spin control and feel but do cost more. Experiment to see if you notice enough of a difference to justify the extra cost, or whether the best mid-price golf balls might be an option.
Long game or short game?
Which aspect of the game is most important to you? Do you want to get as much distance as possible out of your golf ball or would you prefer a model that allows your short game to flourish thanks to improved feel? Well we have created guides for both. If you value the former then check out our guide on the best distance golf balls. Or, if you put a real premium on feel, perhaps our best soft feel golf balls guide might be a good next step.
No post about golf balls would be complete without at least mentioning the price factor. Thankfully most brands make models at different price points so you can rest assured there will be a top-performing model for you, however much you want to spend. Additionally we have proven you can find great deals on good models as well so it is a case of doing research and finding the perfect combination of golf ball and deal.
How do I get the best deal on a golf ball?
There are a number of ways to get a good deal on golf balls, and you should start by having some kind of idea on what type of ball you should use for your game. This way you can you know which models to look out for in reductions in price. Speaking of which, always stay aware on specific retailers because they often have sales on throughout the year, and also look for holiday or seasonal sales. Additionally we have found a good time to get a good deal on a golf ball is when the new version comes out so you can get the older (but still good), ball for a lot less. Keep an eye out on promotions as well because brands like TaylorMade often have deals where you buy a dozen, and get three more free balls included.
How much should I spend on a golf ball?
The answer to this question comes down to several things - firstly, what level of golfer are you and therefore what type of golf ball do you usually use. The top models give top of the range performance, and as such they cost the most, but beginners have no need to use these yet because they aren't proficient enough to reap those performance rewards. The opposite is also true. So knowing what type of golf ball that best suits your game will narrow your focus to certain price points, and then you can pick accordingly.
Lastly, the answer to this question depends on how much you are willing to spend as well. There are clear performance benefits to golf balls but only if those balls suit your golf game.
If you enjoyed this guide on the best golf ball deals, check out the Golf Monthly website as well as some of our buying advice content, such as the best value golf balls (opens in new tab), the best low spin models (opens in new tab), or the best golf balls for slow swing speeds (opens in new tab).
From clubs, balls and tees, to essential sportswear and fitness products, keep it affordable with a little help from our promo and coupon codes.
A golfer for most of his life, Sam is a Senior Staff Writer for Golf Monthly.
Working with golf gear and equipment over the last five years, Sam has quickly built outstanding knowledge and expertise on golf products ranging from drivers, to balls, to shoes.
He also loves to test golf apparel especially if it a piece that can be used just about anywhere!
As a result he has always been the one family and friends come to for buying advice and tips.
He is a graduate of Swansea University where he studied History and American Studies, and he has been a part of the Golf Monthly team since December 2017. He also previously worked for World Soccer and Rugby World magazines.
Sam now spends most of his time testing and looking after golf gear content for the website. He also oversees all Tour player content as well.
Unfortunately, Sam is not a member of any club at the moment but regularly gets out on the golf course to keep up the facade of having a handicap of five.
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