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Carly Frost offers advice on how to pick a golf ball to suit your game and why female-specific golf balls are not always the right choice...

By Carly Frost/

As a single figure golfer and with many years of expertise, one of the questions I get asked frequently by fellow women players is, "What golf ball should I use?" The answer is simple: you should choose a ball that you like and stick with it.

The latter point is the most important in my opinion. Using the same golf ball for the entire round (or indeed season) means that you get used to its feel and performance.

You get consistency off the putter face, you know how hard to hit your lag putts, and you know how much it is likely to spin and stop on chip shots. You know (or you quickly learn) your distances with every club in the bag.

I’m always staggered at how many women use whatever ball they find in their bag, a random brand, a random model. When they lose it, a completely different ball gets picked out of the ball pocket to replace it.

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