• Pelz O-Balls 3-Pack


    Pelz Golf buys the best ball in golf (the Callaway TOUR i(z), improves it with a Patent Pending paint job, and voila … presents you with the absolutely best ball approved for tournament play in golf. O-Balls are long off the tee, they spin into greens, and they have a unique advantage over all other balls: They help you putt better! 

    O-Balls are Callaway i(z) Tour balls that have been cosmetically modified exclusively for Pelz Golf with a unique pattern of red O-Rings, to provide optimum aiming guides and unprecedented feedback. O-Balls make aiming easier, teach you the difference between your good vs. bad putting strokes, and improving your green reading.

    O-Balls conform to USGA Rules, and are approved for all tournament play.

    Aiming an O-Ball is easy, and once putted, its roll reveals the quality of the putting stroke that hit it. After glancing blow or off-line strokes, O-Balls roll with a clear visual "wobble" (the markings "wobble," not the ball).

    Fair quality strokes roll with slight "wobble," and good strokes are rewarded with a "no-wobble" pure roll. Additionally, after good strokes, O-Balls show how well or poorly you read the break.

    The pure “no-wobble” roll of an O-Ball is a beautiful thing to behold, and it teaches two things:

    1. The stroke that rolled it was a good stroke, because a pure roll can only occur when the ball is struck squarely down the line it was aimed on.
    2. It tells you whether or not you read the correct amount of break for the putt.
    When your pure, “no-wobble” putts roll at good speed into the hole, you know your green read was correct. You played the correct amount of break for the putt.

    Your short term goal in putting is always to “make the putt.” But, your long term goal should be to improve your aim, stroke mechanics and green reading; to become a better, more consistent putter. With O-Balls, you can accomplish both of these goals.

    Every putt with an O-Ball provides valuable feedback about your putting. So, listen to the ball that provides feedback with every putt, and learn to putt better.