Yellow Golf Balls Are Back: Srixon Z-Star Tour Yellow

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Back in the 1980’s yellow golf balls were the next big thing, then after the “big fever” the general idea was that  yellow balls were to be only used while practising at your local driving range as they appear to be low quality golf balls. No self-respecting golfer would ever use a yellow golf ball on the golf course. It looks that this mentality is about to change!

Have you ever tried to track a golf ball on a clear and sunny day? Even with sunglasses on, you can easily lose the golf ball in the air. The new version of the popular Srixon Z-STAR Tour Yellow golf balls were presented at the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show, Srixon did a lot of testing backed by scientific data that has proven, that yellow is the most visible colour in the visual spectrum and psychology has correlated green with calming and stress relief. Even on bright sunny days or against low, overcast clouds, golfers will be able to track the Z-Star all the way to the target, Vijay Singh and Jim Furyk will be playing the Tour Yellow on Tour this year, it will be interesting to see what the reaction will be on Tour by fellow competitors and the fans.

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