#1) Attomax ($20.75/ball)
Attomax Golf Balls are the most expensive golf balls on amazon, coming in at a whopping $249 per dozen, or ~$21 per ball.
Are they worth it? Probably not, but let's take a look.
- Really nice packaging, which could make these a really nice luxury gift or even a decorative piece. It's like opening something from Hermes.
- Very high quality golf balls.
- Long distance golf ball for slow to moderate swing speeds, making these ideal for senior and women golfers.
- Extremely expensive. You could buy multiple other premium golf balls for the price of 1 Attomax.
- The golf balls themselves don't visually look like anything special. They are rather plain looking for the price.
#2 Titlist Prov1x ($4.58/ball)
- New high gradient dual core technology lowers long game spin for longer distance
- Speed amplifying high-flex casing layer contributes to low long game spin
- Spherically-tiled 348 tetrahedral dimple design delivers high and consistent flight
- Soft cast urethane Elastomer Cover provides excellent greenside
The Titlist Prov1x is a PGA tour favorite with most Tour Professionals choosing it over other golf balls due to it's firm feel.
- Firm feel is excellent for professional players with fast swing speeds.
- Durable casing helps these golf balls last a long time.
- While expensive, it you are someone who does not lose many golf balls, you may save money with the Prov1x because how long they last.
- Expensive. If you lose golf balls frequently, these are not likely for you.
- If you have a slow swing speed, these may actually be more difficult to hit.
#3 Kaede Fly Distance Golf Balls ($4.33/Ball)
- With the world's first streamline shape(Kaede) innovative dimple, the Kaede Golf Ball was designed by Japanese aerodynamics.
- 270 KAEDE dimples deflects air flow at an angle, reducing drag by 18% and increasing distance.
- By making the core as large as possible, the impact increases absorbency and rebound force, which increases the distance.
- 2-layer Non-Conforming golf ball, achieving extraordinary distance, the best choice for amateur golfers
- When the best initial elasticity for increasing distance is 12 degrees, the duration can be increased to make a perfect ball flight.
These golf balls have a strange dimpling pattern, but they actually help the ball go further due to 18% less air resistance.
- The wild look of these are pretty to look at and a great conversation starter.
- More distance for lower swing speeds. If you're a senior or female golfer, these may be a good fit for you.
- Depending on the color, can be easier to find.
- Expensive alternative to some very high quality professional balls like the ProV1 or the TP5
- The dimpling pattern looks like a flower pattern, so may look rather feminine for some male golfers' preferences.
#4 TaylorMade TP5X ($4.17/ball)
The TP5X is another PGA Tour professional favorite with many pro golfers choosing this ball over the dominant Titlist ProV1.
- High spin for more control around the greens.
- High ball speed and high launch for more distance from fast swing speeds.
- Available with multiple patterns on the ball to make it more recognizable and easier to find.
- Higher spin could be difficult for amateur golfers to control.
#5 Titlist AVX ($4.17/ball)
The Titlist AVX is another high quality golf ball and a great alternative to the ProV1x for players who want a softer feel.
- Softer ball is more ideal for medium to slower swing speeds.
- Less spin with Drivers, woods, and irons, making it a more forgiving golf ball.
- These are great, high qaulity balls for mid-handicappers.
- Highly skilled golfers who are able to spin and control the flightpath of the ball will find this ball more difficult to control with the low spin.
Honorable Mention: Vice Pro Plus ($3.03/Ball)
The Vice Pro Plus is far from a bargain golf ball, but does offer a premium look and feel at lower price than traditional professional grade balls. These are great golf balls for amateur golfers.
- These are some of the best looking golf balls and are available in a variety of amazing colors and patterns.
- Optimized for lower ball flight trjectory, for those who value this in their game.
- Not as high quality as professional-grade alternatives
- Not as durable as other golf balls in this list.