Golf Balls

At Pete’s, we have a wonderful selection of name brand golf balls
– always at great prices.

Great selection of name brand golf balls

Come in and see why the locals choose Pete Carlson’s before hitting the golf course.

  • XXIO Rebound Drive II Golf Balls
  • Titleist Pro V1x Golf Balls
  • Titleist Pro V1 Golf Balls
  • Taylormade TP5X Golf Balls
  • TaylorMade TP5 Golf Balls
  • TaylorMade tour response golf balls
  • Srixon Z Star Golf Balls
  • Srixon Soft Feel Golf Balls
  • Srixon Q-Star Golf Balls
  • Chrome Tour X Golf Balls
  • Callaway Chrome Tour Golf Balls
  • Callaway Chrome Soft Golf Balls
  • Bridgestone Tour B Golf Balls
  • Bridgestone Laddie Extreme
  • Bridgestone e12 Contact Golf Balls

Are you using the right golf ball?

Here are a few things to consider when selecting the right golf ball for your game.

Swing Speed

Your swing speed plays a crucial role in selecting the right golf ball. If you have a slower swing speed, consider low compression balls. These balls compress more easily upon impact, providing better distance. On the other hand, if you have a faster swing speed, opt for higher compression balls for better control and accuracy.

Ball Construction

Two-Piece Golf Balls: These are great for beginners and those seeking maximum distance off the tee. They have a solid rubber core and a durable Surlyn cover.

Multi-Layer Golf Balls: These balls offer more technology and are preferred by low-handicap players. They provide high launch on iron shots and extra spin around the greens for better control.

Cover Material

Surlyn Covers: Durable and cut-resistant, Surlyn covers are often found on two-piece golf balls. They offer low spin rates for extra distance.

Urethane Covers: Softer and preferred by professional golfers, urethane covers provide better feel and control. They are commonly found on premium multi-layer balls.


The compression rate of a golf ball affects how it feels and performs. Low-compression balls are easier to compress and are suitable for slower swing speeds. High-compression balls are better for faster swings and provide more control.

Dimple Pattern

The dimple pattern on a golf ball affects its aerodynamics. Different patterns can optimize ball flight and trajectory. However, this factor is less critical for beginners and more relevant for advanced players.

Skill Level

Consider your skill level when choosing a golf ball. Beginners may benefit from forgiving, distance-oriented balls, while skilled players might prioritize control and spin.

Benefits of choosing the right golf ball for your game.

High-spin balls can be tricky for average golfers. They tend to slice or hook more, leading to unpredictable outcomes. Opting for a low-spin ball minimizes those unwanted curves, keeping you on the fairway.

We’ve all experienced the frustration of scuffed or cut golf balls. Choosing a durable ball ensures it withstands the rigors of play, lasting through multiple rounds without losing performance.

Consistency breeds confidence. When your ball behaves predictably—whether off the driver, irons, or putter—you can focus on your swing and strategy rather than worrying about surprises.

Different balls react differently in varying weather conditions. A ball that performs well in both hot and cold climates ensures year-round enjoyment on the course.