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Sale On Used Floating Golf Balls

Sale On Used Floating Golf Balls For Limited Time Only

We have just dropped our floating golf balls from $59.00 to $49.00.  Get them while our supplies last.

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Sierra Bay is an aquatic driving range located at the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno, NV. Situated on a lake, guests hit buckets of balls onto floating island greens. We use a “floater” ball, weighing 5% less that a regulation ball. Most people cannot tell the difference in the ball flight.

When the balls start to loose their original stripe, they are boxed 113 in a USPS flat rate box, and sold to the public. This ball is excellent for someone who lives near a lake and wants to collect and hit them over again.  The balls have a slightly worn dimple pattern, and there are no cut or cracked balls.  Most customers are surprised at the good condition of these balls.  They are a lot of fun to hit from shore, a dock, or a house boat. The challenge is to see how many times you can get a ball to skip!

This ball is the best floater on the market.  I have been in the aqua range business for 20 years and have found the best ball for my own driving range.  I also sell new balls if that is what you are looking for.  Because I buy in mega volume (200,000 balls at a time), I can offer the best price for the best floater ball made! These balls will last you for many years.


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Where Can You Buy Floating Golf balls

Where Can You Buy Floating Golf balls?

Where Can You Buy Floating Golf balls?

We have several offers for your to consider.  You can buy them new or used depending upon your uses.  We use these very balls at our range in Reno Nevada.  These balls we have found to be the best.  They are light enough to float,  but are heavy enough to give you the feel of hitting a real golf ball.  Infact, our balls are within ounces of the original certified ball.


Floating Golf Ball Article

If you enjoy playing golf on ranges with lakes and ponds, or you are a sea cruise golfer, then you may want to consider using floating golf balls. These golf balls are usually about 5 percent lighter than the standard regulation golf ball due to it’s low density solid center. Because of its two-piece construction and low density center, the golf ball is able to float when it goes in water. This lets the player who uses floating balls retrieve his golf ball when it lands in water and enjoy its use longer since it has water resistant features.

These golf balls also come in a variety of colors which will allow the golfer to spot their ball straight away if it drops in a water hazard. Some floating ball manufacturers also allow golfers to customize their balls by allowing special logos that the golfer chooses to be printed on the ball.

Used ideally in aqua ranges, floating balls in this kind of environment allow you to practice your swings and increase the accuracy of your game. Some of the most popular floating balls are made by Callaway and Srixon. So, try hitting a few floating golf balls at an aqua range to warm up before a few rounds of golf. You will find that hitting floating balls into the water and aiming for a hole in a floating island will help you improve the precision of your shots and allow you to warm your golf swings up before your actual round of golf.

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