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Wilson Staff D:25 Golf Balls

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Technical Data

Swing Speed
Swing speed is a measure of velocity, in miles per hour, of how fast the club head of a golf club is traveling at the point it makes impact with the golf ball. Swing speed can be recorded by a launch monitor or other electronic radar devices.
94 mph or below
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  • 76
  • 82
  • 88
  • 94
  • 100
Shown in miles per hour
Balls designed for higher handicap golfers generally have harder covers that result in lower spin rates with irons and drivers. Balls designed for low handicap golfers tend to offer your more control and spin.
20 or higher
  • 0
  • 7
  • 14
  • 21
  • 28
  • 36
Shown in strokes
Trajectory is a term used to describe the flight characteristics of a golf shot. It considers the height of the shot as well as it's launch and landing characteristics.
Feel (Compression)
Feel is a term that considers the firmness or compression of the golf ball. Typically the softer the golf ball feels, the lower the compression rating. A general rule of thumb about golf ball compression is that players with a lower swing speed should use a lower compression ball to take advantage of the added spring affect.
9 Iron Spin
9 iron spin is regarding the backward rotation of the golf ball in flight or the measured rate of that rotation. Most golfers think of backspin more in relation to shorter irons and wedges. Backspin is what causes some wedge shots to "back up" on the green, or roll backwards after hitting the green.

Manufacturer Description

Wilson Staff D:25 Golf Balls - Wilson Staff D:25 Golf Balls combine maximum distance and soft feel in a 2-piece design. A great choice for overall performance, this ball delivers long, straight shots off of the tee and just the right amount of traction control for precision shot making. Traction Control Technology allows the ball to stay in contact with clubs that have 25 degrees of loft or more for a longer period of time for added control.

  • Super-soft, high-velocity core for excellent distance, soft feel and high initial velocity
  • Thin, responsive ionomer cover for soft feel and superior durability
  • Large, flat-bottomed shallow dimples for a straight, penetrating ball flight
  • Traction Control Technology for higher spin off of club faces with 25 degrees of loft or more.
  • Avg Rating: 4 out of 5
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    I like this ball!!!
    It is this ball that caused me to start using the Wilson products. The D:25 has to be my favorite. It great off the tee, and I had no problems on the greens. And when it come to softness, this has to be one of the softest balls to hit without losing distance. My question is "Why take it off the market?" My local pro shop sells the C:25 but not the D:25 which is my choice. Not that the C:25 is a bad ball, it is that I just like the D:25. To the senior golfers out there you really need to try this ball of the Elite 50. They will help your game a lot. Alonzo Hart P.S. Did I mention that I improved by 3 strokes with this ball. Finally I have a ball that I can hit.
    Alonzo (Glenarden, MD)
    Handicap 11 - 15

    Frequently asked questions about

    My company bought several doz. balls, they were kept in the store room. How long will these balls last? are they still good? its been around 8yrs. the company closed and I recieved several doz.
    05/08/2009 10:23 AM
    Jerry, the shelf life of the golf balls if stored in a climate controlled area is non existent. The balls will perform to the standards they were produced at the time. If you are playing an older golf ball you may notice differences from performance of newer balls but that is due to advances in technology not because the ball is "dead". Only storing balls out doors or in non controllable climates will you notice the balls only last around 2 years in most cases.
    Golfballs.com Employee: Andy
    05/08/2009 10:48 AM
    Jake-75 yds UP 75 yds DOWN and 75 yds OUT Do equal 225 yds YOU ARE GOOD
    Mid Handicap Golfer: Nick
    04/06/2013 3:32 PM
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    Is ID-Align aligned along 1) the center of balance, 2) the seam of two part cover, or 3) just a few dots on either side of initials?
    05/03/2009 6:42 AM
    Thank you for your question. The IDAlign service is centered in accordance to the logo of the manufacturer, in many cases the balls we print on are seamless. The are 6 different Golfballs.com ID-Align selections to choose from including arrows, lines, dots, or stars. For additional inquiries, please contact us at 1-800-372-2557. Thanks, Andy
    Golfballs.com Employee: Andy
    05/04/2009 3:09 PM
    It's actually 1.35 miles per year. This was in golf digest last year I think April.
    Mid Handicap Golfer: pizz
    08/20/2010 1:01 PM
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    Why don't more ball manuf. indicate if the covering is urathane, I am looking for some by I never know what I'm buying, they don't seem to be bothered listing Surlyn covering? Can you tell me how I ca
    05/01/2009 3:17 PM
    Excellent question. Nowadays so many balls aren't classified as having a "urethane" cover but more now classified under their own brand name cover. But please be sure and review ball descriptions as many of them do have the cover named in the description. Thanks, Johnny
    Golfballs.com Employee: Johnny
    05/01/2009 4:45 PM
    ;amd loard dave
    Low Handicap Golfer: how much danger for me
    01/01/2011 9:07 PM
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