Volvik Vivid Golf Balls Review

Volvik Vivid Golf Balls Review
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Volvik Vivid Golf Balls: QUICK OVERVIEW

Category: Golf Balss

Features

Materials

Construction

Price

What We Like

  • Good lift
  • Medium flight trajectory
  • Decent ground control
  • Superior visibility

What We Don't Like

  • A bit pricey for the overall performance
  • High swing speeds are not favored

Many amateur golfers struggle with finding the right ball that can improve their game. Of course, this happens because it’s hard to judge whether one needs more distance or better control. More often than not, it just makes more sense to balance the two out.

If you are ok with sacrificing a few yards in order to get more stop and spin control, a three-piece golf ball may be your best option. But, there are so many brands and models to choose from, so even if you have the layers down, it can still be hard to choose the perfect golf balls to complement your game.

What’s the solution? Why not try some mid-priced golf balls that also offer a variety of color choices to get some extra visibility too?

Volvik Vivid Golf Balls Review

Although the golf ball market is crammed with competition, Korean manufacturers Volvik managed to carve themselves quite a sweet spot. They make a wide range of affordable products for golfers of all skill levels, but they also make the Volvik S4 a preferred choice of Bubba Watson. Slowly but surely, Volvik golf balls are increasing in popularity each year.

Who is this product for?

These golf balls are perhaps best suited for players transitioning from average to experienced skill level. They allow more stop and spin control while still providing enough distance and carry on the shot.

If you have a swing speed of at least 80 mph, you should be able to have good control over the trajectory. Other golfers that can benefit from the Volvik Vivid golf balls are those who struggle with visibility on the green and in the air.

They may also be particularly interesting for any golfer that wants to stand out on the court by having eye-catching equipment.

What’s included?

Four 3-piece golf balls, individually packaged. The balls have the same color and are numbered from 1 to 4. There are no personalized designs.

Overview of features

The Volvik Vivid golf balls come in a variety of colors. The bright green and bright yellow balls are the most popular choices because of their extra visibility. Having so many color choices allows you to track your balls on any course.

The matte finish gives the Vivid balls an interesting visual twist. Although upfront they seem like they lack dimples, don’t worry. Feeling the ball will put your mind at ease.

As far as mid-priced golf balls are concerned, the Vivid line performs rather well on chips as they offer plenty of control to anyone of above average skill level. The ball also seems to have a mid- to high-spin behavior with the driver which brings it close to the Titleist Pro V1x in performance.

Although Volvik promotes their Vivid golf balls as having superior stop and spin control, when using a 7-iron you need to be cautious with your swings, if you want to stop the ball on the green in time.

In terms of design, these golf balls have a large rubber core which gives them a medium-range 80 compression. The ionomer cover has 322 dimples, which is somewhat on the low end. Still, it does offer enough backspin and lift when you hit the sweet spot.

How to use

As long as you have a swing speed of between 70 and 90 mph, you should be able to get close to maximum performance out of the Vivid golf balls. Another important thing of note is choosing the proper color for different situations. For example, the bright yellow balls have great traceability on the green.

Alternatives

Although the Volvik Vivid golf balls are some of the easiest to play with, different golfers have different needs when it comes to equipment. A cover design with more dimples should give you more lift. Maybe you need balls that are a bit softer or accommodate a fast swing better.

The Callaway Chrome Soft Golf Balls may be a better choice if you think you can consistently hit at 90 mph or higher. These balls have a 4-piece construction which means that they offer a much softer feel and improved control with short clubs on the green.

Callaway also uses a hex dimple mesh design which gives the balls better aerodynamics. If you want to get even more carry, these just might make better sense, if you don’t mind spending a few extra bucks.

Conclusion

A three-piece golf ball will always offer the best balance of ground control, spin control, and carry for amateur and semi-pro golfers. It’s less punishing on long shots even though it doesn’t have the distance potential of tournament golf balls.

The Volvik Vivid Golf Ball package is a solid choice if you’re just starting to hone your skills and want to try exercising more spin control. It’s also a good purchase if you’re starting to become more confident with your irons. Last but not least, if visibility is an important factor for you, there are few lines of golf balls on the market that allow you to track them as well as these Vivid golf balls.

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