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Seed Golf Launches New Orange Golf Balls

By: Golfshake Editor | Wed 03 Apr 2024

Seed Golf has added a colourful and affordable option for this season following the launch of its new SD-01 OrangeAF balls, which are just the latest addition from the Ireland-based brand that has been offering an appealing alternative for consumers since 2017.

Vibrant, visible and - best of all - boasting the same high performance as the brand’s popular white balls, OrangeAF is perfect for players who dare to be different.

Despite statistically stacking up against the market’s premium balls, Seed’s ‘The Pro One’ OrangeAF balls retail at just £30 per dozen - the same as their colourless counterparts.

The balls are an eye-catching twist on the third generation SD-01, a refinement of Seed’s original signature product. With an ultra-thin urethane cover and the unique ‘SeedSpeed’ core, the three-piece ball is designed to maximise control, responsiveness and distance without breaking the bank.

Like all Seed Golf balls, packs of OrangeAF can be purchased individually or through the brand’s customisable subscription-based service, which allows customers to easily switch between different Seed balls at any time.

Seed Golf Ball

Dean Klatt, founder and CEO of Seed Golf, said: "The classic white ball will always be iconic in golf, but more and more modern players like to be a bit different, and that’s where our OrangeAF balls come in.

"With an orange ball you’re getting the same quality that we strive for in all of our products - that is, performance that’s as good as you’ll find anywhere on the market - with the added benefits of visibility both off the tee and in longer grass.”

As well as a range of distinct golf balls and colours to choose from, Seed produces golf bags, gloves, headwear, tees and putting mats.

For more information about Seed Golf and to buy, click here.

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