Big Balls is a training tool to improve your short putts. They are 30% bigger then a traditional golf ball but they are the same weight, same feel and same roll as your old balls, but they're bigger! Make your practice more productive and more fun. Pre-round or when you are practicing, throw a couple Big Balls down and start hitting 2-6 foot putts. You will build up confidence at this range. Stop 3-putting and make more birdies!
(Package comes with 2 BIG.BALLS. in a drawstring pouch.)
Big.Balls. ... you're probably thinking "How can they help me?"
Big Balls are over-sized golf balls to be used as a training aid for 2-6 ft putts, simple but effective. The 2-6-foot putt is the most common putt missed by the average golfer, leading to a dreaded 3 putt before heading to the next tee block
The concept is simple; warm up & practice with Big Balls 10-20 times around that distance. Then when you go back to your Srixon, Bridgestone, Volvik or Pro V1, it will feel like you are putting a marble into a bucket. Building confidence at that distance will lead to less missed putts and strokes shaved off your score.
Have you ever seen a practice putting green at a golf course? People putting towards a dime trying to hit a smaller target. Sticking tees in the ground and aiming to hit that thin target. Some golfers use tennis balls or lacrosse balls to see that large ball go into the golf hole. All these methods are great, but Big Balls are better. The same weight, same feel and same roll as a regular golf ball but 30% bigger.
We understand that "Big Balls" is a funny gimmick but honestly they were made to help the average golfer because they were made by average golfers. Give them a try or get them for a golfer you know and #GoLow
STOP 3 PUTTING
This is the whole reason Big Balls were created. Think about the strokes shaved off the score card when you stop 3 putting. This is not rocket science (it's close though). I know you will pipe it down the fairway, be pin seeking on your second shot but Big Balls just wants to help sink the par putt so you can head to the next tee with a smile.