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Delivering Distance AND Accuracy A Golf Equipment Marriage Made in Heaven
By Tom Landers | Published  10/13/2014 | Company Profiles | Unrated
Delivering Distance AND Accuracy A Golf Equipment Marriage Made in Heaven
Golf is a difficult game. Golfers want to hit the ball as hard as they can to maximize distance, but fight a slice when they do. Hitting the ball longer AND straighter means fewer lost balls to replace, less time searching for wayward drives, and above all, greater enjoyment from shooting lower scores! Would you buy a golf ball that greatly reduced or even eliminated your wicked slice? With a driver that added distance, too?

While the Polara Golf driver and golf ball each delivers specific benefits, using them together enhances their performance benefits exponentially. Polara went to Golf Labs to validate its ball’s performance, with eye-opening results. During robotic testing, a significant slice was induced. On average, Polara reduced the slice by up to 75% over traditional balls, including premium brands. Independent test manager Richard Levine, PhD, reported, “The Golf Labs’ robot was set up to simulate a 90 foot slice based on launch conditions of an average golfer. With the Polara Ultimate Straight ball we found that compared to several popular golf balls, which all sliced about 90 feet, the Polara ball corrected up to 70 feet of the 90 foot slice.”

Why is the Polara driver longer? Its primary advantages come from an ultra-thin beta titanium face and a larger 475cc head size, versus the USGA limit of 460. Beta titanium is a more expensive but stronger alloy, which means the face can be made thinner, delivering a more pronounced trampoline effect. This translates into higher ball velocity, producing longer distance off the tee. The larger head delivers a higher moment of inertia because the center of gravity is moved farther back. This combination also means greater forgiveness and more power on off-center hits.

According to David Felker, CTO of Polara Golf (coincidentally the person Ely Callaway recruited to develop the initial ball for Callaway Golf), “This is the first time a ball and club were designed to do something that neither can do separately. Combining the properties of our 12 degree Advantage driver with the properties of our Ultimate Straight ball eliminates up to 75% of a slice while delivering extra distance off the tee.” Tom Matthews (San Marcos, Ca) relates, “I sliced so bad that I quit playing. Golf was no longer fun. The idea that a ball could be engineered to straighten a nasty slice like mine seemed too good to be true. At a short par-4, I hit the ball as hard as I could. It took off like a rocket and started to drift right, then suddenly curved back, straightened and continued to rise. Not only did the Polara ball live up to its promise, combined with my Polara Advantage driver, I added at least 60 yards to my drives. Polara has made the game fun again, improved my scores and now I’m playing once a week instead of not at all.”

Would it matter to you if the equipment that dramatically improved your game was not allowed on the PGA Tour because it was too effective? An awful lot of people these days really don’t care. In a recent poll on, 72% of respondents felt that golfers should have access to nonconforming clubs. Ted Bishop, President, PGA of America, recently said, “I think anything we can do to relax the rules, if it means putting non-conforming equipment in the hands of players and allowing them to hit the ball higher and further and enjoy the game more, what’s the problem?”

OFFER: For a limited time, Polara Golf is offering the Advantage driver for only $219 ($80 discount) and a 12-ballTrial Pack of all the Polara balls for just $19.95 ($15 discount).

For more information or to purchase Polara balls or drivers go to or call         (866) 556-3100 and a trained Polara Golf Specialist will fit you to the best driver and balls that will give you the longest straightest drives ever – guaranteed.