Golf Score Rising as the Temperature Drops? ColdFusion Golf Balls Go the Distance in Imperfect Weather

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Golfers know that as the temperature drops, your golf ball doesn’t play as well. Optimized for cold weather play, the ColdFusion ball keeps its compression and spin in less than ideal conditions so golfers can continue to play and score.

ColdFusion Golf Inc. (http://www.coldfusiongolf.com) announce the launch of its new cold weather golf ball. Golfers know that as the temperature drops, your golf ball doesn’t play as well. Optimized for cold weather play, the ColdFusion ball keeps its compression and spin in less than ideal conditions so golfers can continue to play and score.

“We have eliminated the question of, Which ball do I play in cold weather?”, states Director of Technology, Curtis Colvin. “After testing various combinations of core and cover materials, we have created a ball that outperforms other balls in cold weather.”

“It’s always fun to take a sleeve of ColdFusion balls out of the freezer at our test site, and have a golfer hit a few into our hitting bay,” says COO John Dubois, “The look on their face is priceless when they see how well the ball reacts after expecting it to feel like a rock. Even when putting, they are surprised at the great feel!”

Golfers will tend to lose balls in the fall and winter due to leaves, poor light, wet ground, etc. At just $24 per dozen, ColdFusion balls are priced at a level that makes the loss of a ball a lot less painful.
ColdFusion golf balls will be available at select dealers and online at http://www.coldfusion.com.

Featuring CPC Technology (Cold Powered Core) and a special CF ionomer cover that together make the ColdFusion golf ball play remarkably well in less than perfect weather.

About ColdFusion Golf Inc:

Based in Cary, NC, ColdFusion Golf Inc, home of the “original” cold weather golf ball, was started by two guys in 2009 to help golfers and themselves, play better during colder weather. For more information visit http://www.coldfusiongolf.com

Media/Analysis Contact:

John DuBois / Curtis Colvin
919-924-7499
John(at)coldfusiongolf(dot)com
Curtis(at)coldfusiongolf(dot)com
11301 Penny Rd. Suite E
Cary, NC 27518

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