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For those brave enough to get out there in the frigid winter months, consider changing to a low compression ball.   There are two important points to keep in mind about playing golf in cold weather, first is that golf balls are not as resilient, and the second is that the air is denser as compared to warm temperatures. Both of these factors result in a loss of distance. You may even need to adjust your club selection, depending on how cold it is.

In other words, those high compression balls will not go as far as low compression balls when the tempature drops below 50 degrees. And if you store them in a cold climate, like your trunk or garage, they'll harden, which will result in more sting on your mis-hits.