Wilson Staff Model Yellow Golf Balls

Wilson Staff Model Yellow Golf Balls

Wilson Staff have been one of golf's most under-rated 'big name' brands for many years and their latest offering, the Model Yellow Golf Balls are designed for those looking to improve their game.

The four-layer design of the Staff Model delivers unmatched shot-shaping off the tee, Tour-level workability on the fairways, predictable stability on approach shots and exceptional control around the green. A unique core composition magnifies energy to generate maximum velocity off the club face.

The Cover

The Wilson Staff Model Yellow Golf Balls are a very good looking ball, offering golfers an option to match their favorite color on the course. The matte finish eliminates the glare often found on white balls that can cause distractions on sunny days, and it also provides a very soft feel around the greens thanks to the ultra-soft polybutadiene core at the heart of the ball.

The urethane cover is one of the thinnest covers in the game and helps to generate more spin on your approach shots and short game. It’s also a very durable material that is resistant to abrasion from tee boxes and grass, making it a great choice for players who want the benefits of a low-spinning ball without the downside of a raw feel.

However, it’s important to note that these urethane cover options won’t last forever and the paint layers of most balls will eventually show signs of wear. This is because a lot of the damage that occurs on a ball comes from dirt and stains.

That’s why it’s worth thinking about how the ball you choose will react with your club before making a final decision. It’s important to remember that the more consistent a golf ball is from shot to shot, the better it will perform.

For instance, a poorly painted urethane golf ball can have up to 10 yards of dispersion which can impact your accuracy and flight. To avoid these negative effects, Wilson implemented a finely controlled painting process that improves performance and consistency.

Another way that irregularly painted urethane balls can affect flight is by creating a negative effect on the center of gravity. If the paint is too heavy or too light, a golf ball will be more likely to shift leftwards during flight, which can lead to a lower trajectory and less distance off the tee.

In addition to its paintless design, Wilson Staff also claims that its R-model ball provides tighter dispersion than all but the highest-performing urethane tour-level balls. This claim comes from analyzing five dozen of the best tour-level urethane balls from nine different manufacturers, including Titleist, Callaway and Bridgestone.

The Core

Wilson Staff is one of the most famous brands in golf and is famous for producing some superb irons at a fair price, but it also makes excellent quality and affordable golf balls too. The company has a perfect balance between making high quality products and at a good price so it’s no surprise that their golf balls consistently perform well in tests.

There are plenty of options in the Wilson Staff range to suit different players and a great range of balls for beginners as well. For example the Wilson Staff DUO Soft+ is a soft, straight flying ball that offers great distance and control around the greens.

The DUO soft is a great value golf ball and has a low compression Velociticor core which helps keep general spin down on the ball and aids you in carrying your shots further. It’s an ideal choice for mid handicap golfers who are looking to improve their game.

Another great Wilson ball is the DUO Professional which has 60 compression and a urethane cover which offers lots of spin and control on your approach shots. It also comes in a matt finish and is available in a wide variety of colours.

Urethane is a premium cover material used on Tour balls and this has been the main factor in the DUO Professional being such a success. The cover is a little thinner than that of the other urethane 4-piece Wilson balls such as the Staff Model but it still prompts superior spin and a delicate feel when struck.

I was surprised by how much the DUO helped me improve my long game as I was able to shoot extra distance on those hard drives and it helped reduce the impact of off-centre strikes which can be very damaging if you are struggling to get your ball back in play.

I was also impressed with the amount of spin on my short game. The DUO was able to pick up some of the speed on my approach shots and this allowed me to spin the ball a lot more than some other two-piece balls which meant I was able to get the ball back in play.

The Hybrid

As one of the oldest brands in the golf ball business, Wilson is known for delivering quality and value. The company has 7 decades of golf ball manufacturing experience and produces a variety of balls for different swing speeds, desired shot shapes and spin preferences.

Wilson is also the creator of the Velocity Distance ball, a two-piece urethane covered golf ball that helps recreational golfers reach higher distances off the tee. The ball offers soft feel with every club in the bag thanks to its 50 compression rating.

The ball also has a high launch angle and is a good choice for golfers with lower swing speeds. The urethane cover promotes speed, spin and control on low-impact shots to increase your accuracy in the short game.

Another Wilson golf ball that is popular with casual players is the Staff Model, which was released in 2011. It’s a 4-piece ball with a responsive urethane cover and features Tour-proven performance.

This ball is designed for slow to moderate swing speeds and delivers a soft feel throughout the golf club. The low compression rating makes it easy to launch, and it’s a favorite of many players on the Web Tour and LPGA circuits.

Besides the Staff Model, Wilson also manufactures a variety of other balls for different swing speeds. They have a number of 3-piece options and a 4-layer ball.

A common three-piece golf ball consists of an ionomer core, a mantle layer and a urethane cover. The ionomer core is solid, durable and can help you limit spin on long shots. It can also boost ball speed, but it lacks the feel and control that urethane provides.

The urethane cover is the most common material used on Tour-level balls. The material prompts superior spin on low-impact shots and has a delicate feel that’s similar to the feel of natural rubber.

However, urethane can be expensive and can only be found at the top end of the golf ball market. This means that players with a lower budget may have to look elsewhere for a golf ball that fits their on-course needs and budget.

The Weight

Wilson is a brand that is known for producing quality golf balls at a relatively low price point. Their range of golf balls includes a number of different styles that are suitable for all types of players.

The weight of a golf ball is important for determining how well it will perform. A ball can be made up of three layers – the core, mantle and cover – and each layer has its own weight and density. For example, a core can weigh around 36 grams with a density of 1.2 grams per cubic centimeter while the mantle can be around six grams and less dense at 0.98 grams/cc.

While a ball’s weight does affect its performance, it is not the only factor that affects how a ball feels in the hand. A ball’s feel is also affected by how a golfer swings it. A high-swing golfer will find it more difficult to handle a ball that is too soft, while a low-swing golfer will prefer a ball with a more firm feel.

To create a ball that offers a firmer feel without adding too much weight, Wilson opted for a higher compression rating than they typically use on their softer-feeling golf balls. In the end, this resulted in a ball that is both faster and longer than Wilson’s other softer-feeling balls.

Its low-spin design also helps the Triad fly straighter, which is important for generating the distance that it claims to. In addition, it’s designed to help reasonable club golfers find more fairways, hit more greens and hole more putts.

In the middle of Wilson’s ball line-up sits a gap that the company has filled with its Triad golf ball. It’s aimed at mid-handicap and high-handicap golfers who want a high-quality, mid-compression ball that will give them excellent distance and accuracy with their irons, but without the extra weight of a Tour-level ball. The ball is priced at PS20 for a dozen and is a terrific value for money option that will suit the needs of a wide range of golfers.