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Polara Ultimate Straight Self Correcting 2 Piece Golf Balls (1 Dozen)

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Description

  • ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY: Polara Ultimate Straight Self Correcting Golf Balls are for the golfer whose problem is significant and persistent hooking or slicing off the tee. The unique 2-piece construction consists of a central core and an outer cover.
  • HOW IT WORKS: From the tee, point the arrow on the ball directly at your target, or line it up with the center of the fairway. From the fairway, play the ball "as it lies" or re-adjust the ball orientation so the arrow again points at your target.
  • LESS AERODYNAMIC LIFT: Our Straight Self Correcting Golf Balls fly so straight because they exhibit less aerodynamic lift than other golf balls. This benefit of reduces hooks and fixes slices, but also resulting in lower than normal ball flight.
  • IMPROVE YOUR GAME: Our golf balls are designed to correct hooks and slices which means, if you slice a golf ball 100 feet, the exact same swing with our anti-slice golf ball would slice about 25 ft., leaving you in the fairway instead of the rough.
  • JUST FOR FUN: The Polara Ultimate Straight Self Correcting Golf Balls are designated for recreational golfers; not for tournament play.

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Customer Reviews

Excellent Choice for the Casual GolferI purchased these golf balls after a recommendation from a friend. After using them this past weekend at my local course, here is my take on these self-correcting golf balls.One thing is for certain, these golf balls do reduce hook and slice. There is absolutely no doubt about it. I naturally hit a fade on most of my tee shots, and just watching the flight of the golf ball you can see that the Polara want's to start fading but after only 40 or 50 yards it stops dead in its track and goes straight as an arrow. The golf balls seem to roll much farther as a result, so some could even say that these are extra distance balls.They even make a big difference with your irons from short range. When you turn the side-stamp of the ball perpendicular to the green and use a lofted iron within 120yds or so, the dimples create more backspin than a normal ball would. For the first time in my life, the golf ball stopped right where it landed and on occasion it even rolled backwards and sideways on the green. It made me feel like a better golfer.For those of you that go out on the weekends for a relaxing game of golf and could use a little more accuracy and improved play, these are for you! They help me enjoy a morning or afternoon of golf even more.I would not hesitate to buy another box, especially when Amazon is selling these for under $20 a dozen. Go for it! 5Drives are straight, score is down, and my confidence is up!Straight to the point: These Polara Ultimate Straight golf balls work. (at least with my swing type)PROs (my personal experience): * My drives are straighter, saving me steps, embarrassment, yardage, and strokes. * After three rounds of golf I have not lost a single golf ball thanks to the ball flight. * My confidence has (is) increasing off the tee AND on approach. * I have cut off a minimum of 1 stroke per hole on anything longer than 300 yards. (I have a bad slice) * White coloring of the cover is clean and bright.CONs: * Cover is getting pretty chewed up after only three rounds and I may have to junk it after the next round. (my Callaway balls tend to be in about the same condition except they tend to hit trees, roads, and/or cars anything on the right side of the golf course) * Putting seems to take a stronger hand than other name brand golf balls. * Maybe it is my imagination but I swear that the ball does not have the same bounce or roll as a name brand ball. * The required need to align the golf ball every shot gets a little frustrating but it is worth it.I really wasn't sure about these "75% self correcting" golf balls. I had watched a couple of videos (Rick Shiels) and read some of the reviews and decided with was worth the cost to try. My slice was causing me so many issues that hitting the ball was becoming a serious mental challenge.From the first swing I began to hit fairways. I use to hit a fairway once or twice a round and now after three rounds I have hit all but seven fairways. (I track my rounds. Two shots could be argued that they were push shots and the other five shots were long shots into the rough on dog legs. I normally never hit that far due to my slice but now my driver is taking me distances I haven't gone since my early 20's.)For the record, I have played three par 4/5 holes this week with a Pro V1 and a Callaway ball hoping my new found confidence would translate into a straight drive off the tee but sadly that did not happen. The Callaway was lost forever and the Pro V1 drives all ended up on the adjacent fairways. This made me more than a little sad but it also caused me to believe more in the Polara Ultimate Straight ball and to write this review.Keep in mind that this ball seems to work for me but that does not guarantee that it will work for your swing. However, I would suggest strongly that you give these golf balls a try for yourself. I wish I had more myself.Review by a real live person and bogey golfer who has actually played three rounds with the product.-AndersonJuly 21, 2019 5Best way to enjoy the gameIf you are reading this review, you probably aren't playing on the PGA Tour and just want to find a ball to have fun with. This is it.I bought these balls because I am just so tired of feeling bad after a round of golf. I have been playing golf for several decades and because of injuries I have mechanical problems with my swing that prevent me from hitting straight all the time. As is common for older Golfers and Tiger woods.I am a recreational golfer and just love playing on the course. I do not join tournaments so I am not bothered that this isn't a USGA approved ball.What I first noticed when I took the ball out was how the dimples are deeper, and more of them on the left and right of the alignment arrow. So what this tells me is that this ball will fight the impulse to slice because the dimples are forcing it to fly where the arrow is pointed since the dimples are shallower in the center of the ball where the arrow is. Yes, it does fly incredibly straight. I actually shaved 9 strokes off my average. That is mainly because I am not getting into any hazards anymore off the tee. No more penalties. My ball actually lands where I want it to now.So how to use this. Simple, just point the arrow to where you want the ball to go and hit it. As long as you make good contact with the ball, this ball will fly very straight. I did not notice any loss of distance, primarily because it is going straight now.I have had to adjust my driver from 12 degrees to get more elevation but that is about the only thing I have had to do.Some people may disagree with me but I think this might actually be a good ball for starting golfers to use so that they don't get frustrated and quit the game. Once they have had more practice and have good contact with the ball, they could start using regular balls. I don't see the difference between using this and using game improvement clubs that prevent you from slicing. This is just a less expensive way of doing it because you don't need to buy new clubs. If it can help you play better and you aren't in a USGA tournament, why not. What I do not want to see is people giving up on golf because of a hook or a slice that they cannot fix. Golf can be a relaxing fun sport for us, and this is what I use to do that. 5Great for the weekend warrior!First- let's get the moral issue out of the way. Yes, it is an illegal golf ball, so the radical improvement in my scores in the first 2 games I have used this ball I guess don't really count. That being said, the probability of me getting my tour card and T-ing off against Tiger is still extremely remote and I (like most amateur players) have taken many liberties with mulligans, foot wedges, and moving the ball out of a hazard. What is more likely to happen when I play is to tighten up on a narrow fairway and drop kick the tee shot, or when there are houses close on the right my power slice unexpectedly re-emerges. When I played with this ball that all went away. I mean gone. 28 straight shots with the driver and 12 straight shots with fairway woods(across 2 games). Not "that wasn't too bad, only a little fade" - straight like a bullet. Like some others that have reviewed I did notice the ball liked to force itself down or "drop" off the tee shot and I lost a lot of distance for the first few shots. This was mostly corrected when I tee'd up the ball considerably higher then I normally would. Overall I was still about 15 to 20 yards short on drives even with the height correction. A favorable exchange for the gain in accuracy in my opinion. Fairway woods had no noticable differance in distance. Aiming the ball is key. It will go straight in the direction you hit it everytime (barring the shot off the heal that was saved by my mulligan). In summary, if you have a tendancy to slice and loose balls and understand that much like mulligans and foot wedges your game is based on loosely following the rules- then get these balls and enjoy YOUR game a lot more. If you are practicing heavily and are improving as a player or already have a low handicap then avoid these balls so us cheaters have a chance of beating you. 5Didn t work for me!They do fly straight, however I lost a lot of distance. I use a Taylormade 12 degree high launch driver with a senior shaft. Every drive I hit today was noticeably high top spin. You have to line the ball using the arrow on the ball before each shot for this to work. You could see the ball heading up and taking a sharp dive down. It got good roll out because of the top spin but the launch angle shallowed so much that the carry distance was significantly reduced. I even tried chapstick on the driver face to reduce spin...still didn t help. It didn t work for me. I can t recommend these balls. 1These are a miracleThese balls are magic. I didn't tell my buddies that I was using them until about hole 15 when they asked me what have I been doing to fix my slice. I couldn't hold the lie any longer. I let one of them use them and straight down the fair way our balls flew. The have to be lined up perfectly on the tee and I would swap them out on the fairway for a second shot. They don't work as well with my irons but my driver loved them. These balls cut 12 strokes off my game, which was previously horrific. I haven't bought the balls since because the balls make you swing differently to push the ball straight. If you try to slice with these balls you can. But mentally you will try to hit the ball straight. They'll have their off shots and you may lose a few, but a couple round with these balls you will be hitting a regular ball a lot straighter. 5Hard to find item because they Work!Absolutely the best golf ball for removing your slice and hooks. I can not believe the difference in my game. The only difference is they don't go as far as a regular golf ball. I normally hit 225-250 drives. With these balls 175-200. The XD will add about 25 additional yards. Narrow fairways used to intimidate me but, now no problem at all. Line up your ball in the direction that you want to hit and it will go that direction. This is not a gimic, these balls will improve your game! 5YES they work!!Let me cut to the chase--these balls perform exactly as advertised and make it almost (key word here is ALMOST!) impossible to hit one into the woods. However, there are a couple of significant caveats.First, it is absolutely critical to line the arrow on the ball up with the direction you want the ball to go. If you are off even slightly, that error can be magnified 100x or so when you hit the ball. The first thing I learned with these balls is that I have to be more careful with my aim off the tee. The first one I teed up went straight into the woods. Straight, as in like a bullet, right where I aimed it. So, they will go where you aim, just be sure your aim is on!Second, they only work if you make solid contact with the ball. In other words, they do nothing for you if you duff the ball off the tee or pop it up, for example. So in that respect, they may not be very helpful for true beginners. You need to consistently make solid contact off the tee to get maximum benefit from these balls.That being said, I must also say that, unlike some of the reviewers, I did not notice any significant distance loss using these balls. However, I am a fairly long hitter, with my drives averaging around 265 yards using my usual Top Flite XL. With the Polara Ultimate Straight, I was still pretty close to that. If I lost any distance, it was not more than 2-3 yards. This is insignificant compared to the benefit of having the ball stay in play on every drive!I can't really address how well these work for second and subsequent shots. I hit the ball fairly straight most of the time anyway, with the maddening exception of my driver, which I've had serious problems with for years now. These balls fixed that problem immediately. As the Polara instructions say, in order for these balls to work after your drive, you have to pick the ball up and aim the arrow again. I did that a few times, and the shot went just as straight as it did off the tee, but that is what usually happens for me anyway. But needless to say, I HIGHLY recommend these balls to straighten out your tee shots. I think you will be very pleased even if, like me, that is your only major problem. 5Straight-flying golf ballsOkay, these do work. Line them up properly and they do fly pretty straight. Hence, they are illegal for competitions. They are good for those tight courses which seem to have houses lining the fairways - the ones you find yourself on when you cannot hit a straight drive! The ball flight is lower than normal, but that is possibly due to a lot of top spin as the ball rolls a long way when it drops out of the sky. Great fun, a bit pricey, but worth having a couple for those scary courses. 5Crazy diving golf ballOK, these balls sounded too good to be true. I shoot in the mid-90s but tend to slice my 10.5 degree driver. So I thought these would be fun to play with. I normally hit a Srixon Soft Feel, my drives usually go about 220 yards, but as I said I slice. So 5 times I tried this ball off the tee; 5 times I hit a strange shot that started straight and average height, then it would create a strong dive straight down. The best way I could describe the flight was like an extreme hook, but straight towards the ground, imagine the worst topped shot ever multiplied by 10. The ball did however go straight down the middle about 100 yards. Maybe if I played everyday I would have time to figure these balls out, but as I only play on Saturdays, I am going back to my Srixion. 3
Polara Ultimate Straight Self Correcting 2 Piece Golf Balls (1 Dozen)

Polara Ultimate Straight Self Correcting 2 Piece Golf Balls (1 Dozen)

3.9
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Regular price
£76.00
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£76.00
Regular price
£124.00
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Save 39% (£48.00)