Making improvements to your game and making golf fun again is the Polara way. Thanks to its unique dimple design, the Polara 2-piece Ultimate Straight golf ball reduces those dreaded hooks and slices by as much as 75%. Every box Comprises 12 golf balls.
Discover the name of the game the USGA has known for years–that self-correcting golf balls can in fact make you a better player. Thanks to a unique dimple design, Polara’s Self-Correcting golf balls reduce hooks and slices by as much as 75 percent. That means you play from the fairway, not the woods or the following fairway over. The Polara 2-piece Ultimate Straight golf ball reduces hooks and slices by as much as 75 percent and will noticeably strengthen your golf game.
- Corrects hooks and slices by as much as 75 percent
- Easy to make use of; simply point the arrow at your target and swing
- Golf ball is designed for recreational golfers; illegal for tournament play
- Self-correcting technology
- Each box Comprises 12 self-correcting golf balls
- Each Box Comprises: 12 Polara Ultimate Straight Golf Balls
- Construction: 2-piece
- Ball Size: 1.682 inches
- Ball Target Weight: 46.0 grams
- Core Material: Polybutadiene
- Core Diameter: 1.535 inches
- Cover Material: Ionomer
- Cover Material Thickness: 0.073 inches
- Cover Material Hardness: 62 Shore D
- Number of Dimples: 386
- Ball Flight Characteristics: Self-Correcting Technology
The Polara Story
Two scientists, Daniel Nepela and Fred Holmstrom, developed the original Polara golf ball. The Polara’s dimple pattern was once unique, having six rows of normal dimples on its equator, but very shallow dimples in other places. The asymmetrical dimple pattern was once a breakthrough in aerodynamic design that helped the ball self-adjust its spin-axis all over the flight and thus enabled the ball to correct slices and hooks in flight. The original Polara patent was once filed Oct 2, 1972 and it issued June 25, 1974.
The Polara golf ball was once first produced in 1975 by PGA/Victor, with sales starting in 1977. For the reason that Polara in fact corrected hooks and slices it posted strong sales in its first year. Then again, after extensive testing, the USGA concluded that the Polara golf ball did correct hooks and slices and thus refused to approve the ball for tournament play, ruling that it wouldreduce the skill required to play golf. In 1978, the manufacturers sued the USGA on antitrust grounds.
As litigation wound its ways through the courts the USGA changed the 300 year old Rules of Golf by inserting the Symmetry Rule in 1981, requiring that a ball will have to essentially perform the similar irrespective of where at the ball’s surface it’s struck or how it’s placed at the tee. The brand new USGA rule banned Polara golf balls from USGA sanctioned tournament play. Then in 1985 the USGA agreed to a settlement of $1.4M and the Polara ball was once got rid of from the market, becoming part of golf history.
In 2005 Pounce Sports purchased the rights to the original Polara golf ball and reintroduced it on a small scale. In 2009 Aero-X Golf, Inc. acquired the Polara technology. After extensive research and development, Aero-X Golf decided exactly how and why the original Polara ball corrected hooks and slices. With this understanding Aero-X Golf, Inc was once in a position to strengthen upon the original Polara design.
In August 2010 Aero-X Golf, Inc. introduced two new and improved Polara golf balls with Self-Correcting Technology: The Polara Ultimate Straight 2-piece ball and the Polara Ultimate Straight XS 3-piece ball. Polara Golf uses the most efficient to be had technology to create demonstrably better products that don’t seem to be limited by anything other than the laws of physics. All the Polara golf balls are designed for recreational golfers who wish to benefit from these technology improvements and enjoy the game more.
The Polara Ultimate Straight 2-pc corrects hooks and slices by as much as 75%
Point the arrow at your target and swing
Golf ball is designed for recreational golfers