Dixon Golf Introduces New Spirit Ball Design for Ladies
From the Arizona Golf Authority Golf News Desk
TEMPE, Arizona — Dixon Golf, the nation’s leading eco-friendly golf ball manufacturer, announced the launch of its first ball designed especially for ladies – the Dixon Spirit.
This earth-conscience golf ball manufacturer already offers three other balls that cater to all levels of golfers: the Earth, suitable for all golfers; the Wind, an extreme distance ball and the Fire, a multi-layer tour-caliber golf ball. The Dixon family of golf balls is distributed internationally and conform to USGA standards.
The Dixon Spirit ball retails at $29.95/dozen and is engineered to help lady golfers get the most out of their game.
“It is the goal of Dixon Golf to offer its high performance eco-friendly golf products to all golfers. The Spirit ball has been in development for quite some time, and we feel we finally got it right. The Spirit was tested and developed specifically to suit the needs of lady golfers,” says Dixon Golf CEO William Carey.
The new Spirit ball features a 392 dimple pattern and the proprietary Crystal Pink Eco-cover™, as well as Dixon Golf’s high-velocity GreenCoreTM – for added distance. If you’re one of those gals who likes to make a fashion statement on course, the company is also making Spirit branded t-shirts.
The Spirit golf ball is designed for players with swing speeds below 100mph and ladies with a 10+ handicap. The ball has a soft feel and responds with a medium trajectory, rollout and spin.
Dixon Golf, a Tempe, Arizona based company, is the world’s only manufacturer of a high performance, eco-friendly family of golf balls. Born from a desire to limit its impact on the environment, Dixon also offers a golf ball recycling program through its retail locations that gives golfers credit for returning their old golf balls. Even the packaging is made from 100 percent recycled material.
For more information on the family of Dixon golf balls click www.dixongolf.com
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