SCI-Core is a company looking to fill a void in the market for practice balls that behave more realistically than the plastic whiffle balls most commonly used when space is limited. The company’s practice balls weigh 20.5 grams and will fly a maximum of 130 yards. Made from a polymer foam, the non-marking glossy cover is designed to be durable for a longer period of time than a typical set of plastic balls. To react similar to how a real golf ball would, the Sci-Core balls ($13.95 per six-pack) has a traditional dimple pattern to be an accurate indication of flight characteristics. Soft enough for indoor use, these might solve the dilemma of finding a practice ball quality enough for better practice. For more info, click here.

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