Sphera Golf is a golf ball company that produces high quality golf balls at great prices. The goal of Sphera Golf is to make the game of golf more affordable without compromising any of the quality that many golfers are accustomed to. At Sphera there is no need to buy bulk in order to get a good deal, in fact even if you only buy one dozen, they are about half the price of the big name brands. Sphera Golf Balls have been tested and proven to perform at a very similar level to some of the biggest names in golf. The test documentation can be found at https://issuu.com/spheragolf/docs/sphera_golf_information_pdf.
The Sphera Pro Four is a four layer golf ball that our partners have spent 25 years perfecting. It has a soft urethane cover that gives the ball great spin and feel around the greens. The Pro Four has a soft inner core, mixed with a dual harder outer core that allows for a great energy transfer on drives. The Pro Four is designed for players with swing speeds faster than 95 miles per hour. See the Founder’s G&E Feature HERE.
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Sphera Golf produces two different types of golf balls, The Pro Threes and The Pro Fours. Both balls have urethane covers, which is tour standard these days. The Pro Three is a three layer ball made for people with a slower swing speed, while the Pro Four is a four layer ball made for players with faster swing speeds.
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