Golf balls are too small to effectively show off long strings of text, so where possible, try to avoid them to achieve the best results on your custom golf balls.
To illustrate this phenomenon, compare these two balls. The one on the left has Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch printed on it. In order the print the whole thing on one line, it has to become so small as to be illegible.
For best results, try to use shorter words & phrases or split your message over the three available lines for printing.
If you're ordering personalised printing onto a coloured ball, please be aware that colour on colour can produce undesired results. For best results on lighter coloured golf balls we recommend black or navy text or a dark logo. For darker coloured balls such as red, orange or purple we can now print white which we suggest produces the best results. For printing white text select the black option and we will revert to white. When printing photographs onto coloured golf balls we will put down a white base then print the photograph on top as we will often see distortion if a coloured image is printed onto a coloured golf ball, such a printing onto coloured paper.
If you have concerns about printing onto a coloured ball or you would like any advice, please contact customer service who will be able to assist you further, 01491 526107