In this Grateful Golfer post we learn there are three aspects of cold weather that affect a golf ball: compression, ball flight, and feel on the club. As a ball’s temperature drops, compression off the club face is reduced which shortens the ball’s distance. Second, the laws of aerodynamics dictate that colder temperatures shorten a ball’s flight. Finally, the materials in golf balls harden as the ball gets colder which amplifies the pain we feel when don’t hit the ball squarely. To read more click here.