Dymond Senior Golf Balls Review

Dymond Senior Golf Balls Review

By Paul Liberatore



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One of the things I love about the game of golf is that you can play it for your entire life. To this day, I still try to get out once a week to play with my dad.

But lately, I’ve noticed my dad doesn’t quite have the speed and distance he did when I was a kid. But that’s understandable. Aging is a reality we’re all going to face inevitably, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy the game of golf.

When we played the other day, Dad was all too excited to tell me about some new golf balls he’s been playing that are making a big difference in his game. They’re called the Dymond Senior golf balls.

These balls are designed specifically for seniors and golfers with slower swing speeds, and they’ve made a big difference in my dad’s game. So much so that I felt compelled to do some of my own research and share my findings with you below.

Key Features

Rubber core maximizes the energy the ball receives from the clubhead at impact for explosive ball speed.

Rubber core maximizes the energy the ball receives from the clubhead at impact for explosive ball speed.

Low compression reduces spin and helps golfers maximize distance.

Design and Technology

Ample testing and engineering went into the design of the Dymond Senior golf balls. What researchers found was that seniors and golfers with slower swing speeds get the most distance from golf balls that have low compression and minimize spin. 

That’s why they’ve designed this two-piece golf ball with a rubber core. As we all know, rubber is a bouncy, spring-like substance. This allows for the maximum amount of energy to be transferred from the clubhead to the ball at impact. This in turn results in high launch, low-spin conditions that are the perfect combination for maximizing distance. 

Secondly, the outer surlyn cover delivers the soft feel off the putter face and on short game shots that all golfers need to control distance.

In short, the core and cover give seniors and golfers with slower swing speeds the best of both worlds.

The 332-dimple pattern is also designed to be exceedingly aerodynamic. Golfers will reap the benefits of shots that fly straighter and fight through the wind with ease.

Again, the technology in Dymond Senior golf balls is nothing earth-shattering. However, the way the technology and design features are integrated has proven to be of great benefit for both seniors and golfers with slower than average swing speeds.


  • Rubber core helps golfers launch the ball higher with less spin which equates to more distance.
  • Surlyn cover is responsive and soft on short shots giving golfers exceptional feel and control.
  • Price point is quite affordable compared to other, similar golf balls.


  • May not be the best ball for golfers with average to above average swing speeds.
  • Ball is only available in the color white.
  • Shipping times are dependent on inventory levels.

Our Experience

I’ve yet to play the Dymond Senior golf balls; I’m fortunate that my swing is still a little faster than average.

However, my dad has been playing these golf balls for a while and is raving about them. In our weekly rounds of golf, I’ve noticed a significant increase in not only his distance off the tee, but also with his irons. It’s been really neat to see him more excited about the game than he’s been in a long time.

He’s also made mention that for a distance ball, the Dymond Senior is surprisingly soft and responsive around the greens.

In short, my dad doesn’t plan on changing golf balls anytime soon.

Frequently Asked Questions

Ideal for Slower Swing Speeds:

Catering to golfers with slower swing speeds, these balls are designed to reduce spin for straighter and longer shots. They outperform others in their price range, come in a single color option, and offer excellent controllability.

What Constitutes a u0022Slower Swing Speedu0022 and How Do These Golf Balls Cater to That Demographic?

I always thought swing speed was just about power, but it’s also about control. Golf ball technology, like Dymond Senior Balls, caters to slower swing speeds by being easier to compress, resulting in straighter and further shots.

Are These Golf Balls Suitable for Players With Varying Degrees of Swing Speed?

Yes, these golf balls are suitable for players with varying degrees of swing speed. They’re designed to reduce spin, allowing for straighter and further shots. Easier compression caters to slower swing speeds, enhancing player performance.

Dimple Pattern for Stability:

The dimple pattern on these golf balls enhances stability and aerodynamic design, allowing for straighter and further shots. The material is rubber, and the color option is white. They’re compatible with varying swing speeds.

How Does the 332 Dimple Pattern Contribute to the Stability of the Golf Ball in Flight?

The 332 dimple pattern enhances golf ball stability by reducing drag and optimizing lift during flight. This promotes consistent and predictable flight performance, especially in challenging wind conditions. Dimple stability directly impacts overall shot accuracy and distance.


I’m fortunate that I still get to play the game of golf with my dad. He’s the one that got me into it when I was a child, and to be able to share it with him more than four decades later is pretty special.

As to be expected though, he’s lost quite a bit of distance and swing speed as he’s aged.

But the good news is his golf game has a new lease on life thanks to the Dymond Senior golf ball.

If you’re a senior, or even just a golfer with a slower than average swing speed, give this ball a try. Like my dad, I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised by what it can do for your game.

Paul Liberatore

Paul Liberatore

As the Founder of Golfers Authority Paul Liberatore Esq. has spent the last 7+ years writing about the best golf equipment or instruction from the top golf instructors in the world. He has been a contributing writer for Sports Illustrated Golf and GolfWRX. After graduating with honors from Purdue University, he realized that he had a passion for the golf business and the law. When he's not practicing law, or creating golf content on YouTube, he can be found on his syndicated Behind the Golf Brand podcast talking with the most prolific leaders in the golf industry. 

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