Polara golf balls boast a new technology that they claim keeps the ball straight. It is all in the dimple pattern, as you will soon see. There is a smooth spine down the middle of the ball with smaller to larger dimples as they go down. These balls are geared towards a player that needs a little forgiveness in their ball as well as their clubs. Club technology has changed so much through the years to help achieve the flight that these new Polara's offer. They have a full line of balls to suit just about any golfer.
Ok, first as always, I have to be totally honest with you. When I was handed the Polara XDS Golf Ball, I took a good look at it and said,"It looks Hard".
The first thing I did was bite it. I know that's sounds funny or strange to some of you. But honestly, when it comes to testing a golf ball this my first test. I wanna feel how soft it is with my teeth. After one more bite and a of couple nibbles, I found it to be in fact a little softer than I thought. So, I go with my "Polara XDS", which stands for "Extra Distance & Spin", to the putting green and then 9 holes begin the test of "The Polara XDS Golf Ball".