Getting it Right: Polara Golf Balls Are for Slicers, Not Just Beginners Getting it Right: Polara Golf Balls Are for Slicers, Not Just Beginner
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Getting it Right: Polara Golf Balls Are for Slicers, Not Just Beginners

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Getting it right: Polara golf balls are for slicers, not just beginners

Are Polara balls only for beginners?

That’s the conclusion of a recent online review of our patented Ultimate Straight and Ultimate Straight XS balls. But the conclusion (or assumption for that matter) is dead wrong.

Polara self-correcting balls are for anyone that hit slice or hook shots, which account for the majority of players, and for golfers looking to improve their golf game.

Yes, beginners often struggle with slice more than experienced players. But I’ve been playing golf for 17 years and slice my shots a lot more than is tolerable as a recreational, casual, and weekend golfer.

The same is true for most players. Two thirds of male golfers have a slice problem.  That probably works out to about 15-16 million male golfers in the US alone.

Obviously, it’s a big problem—one that can be combated with a lifetime of practice, for sure. Or in the case of professional players, raw talent.

But what about the rest of us? The 85% that play golf for recreational and casual reasons and don’t have the natural skill, time or tolerance to dedicate a lifetime to the game?

There’s Polara self-correcting golf balls. The correct up to 90% of all golf slices. In addition to correcting your golf slice, Polara’s accuracy golf balls also correct hooks and are guaranteed to improve your overall golf game.

Simply put, the golf balls just work. But don’t take our word for it. Just ask The New York Times, Fox News, and many other reviewers and consumers that have become believers after seeing the balls in action.

In a perfect world, there would be no slice. So long as there is, Polara will be by your side to help improve your golf game by curing hooks and slices.



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