Costco's Kirkland Signature golf balls are back, now with 3- and 4-piece balls
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Costco’s Kirkland Signature golf balls are back, now with 3- and 4-piece balls


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Remember the rush to get to your nearest Costco and snatch up all of the Kirkland Signature balls you could get at the insane price of $30 for two dozen? Well, Costco is back with Kirkland Signature golf balls in 2018, and they now offer two types of balls.

The original K-Sig is back, meaning the four-piece urethane-cover golf ball in the original packaging. We don't know if it's exactly the same recipe as the first Kirkland Signature golf ball offerings in 2017, but the language is the same describing it.

Now there's another Kirkland Signature ball, dubbed the Performance Plus ball. It's a three-piece golf ball with a similar urethane cover.



From Costco's website, here's how they describe the construction of the ball:

The low compression highly elastic rubber core provides a soft feel with high speed, while the 338-dimple pattern provides a penetrating ball trajectory.

The speed boosting mantle is optimized with three-piece construction to control spin with long irons while generating high spin on short irons for control around the green.

These balls are USGA conforming and can be used in tournament play.

It appears SM Global LLC, , an American subsidiary of a Korean company that is the second manufacturing partner for Costco golf balls, produced these balls as well. Nassua Golf Co. Ltd. of South Korea made the original Kirkland Signature four-piece golf ball.

Of course, you have to be a Costco member to get your hands on these golf balls, either through Costco's website or in Costco warehouse locations which have the balls in stock.

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