BirdieBall, known as a limited flight practice golf ball, appears like a ‘napkin ring’. The peculiar thing about BirdieBall is that it flies very much like an actual golf ball. It has only a limited distance – of just about 40 yards – where it spins like a golf ball; it is heavy, but it is fun.
The reverse spin noticeable around the center of gravity of BirdieBall, generated with the loft of the club is very similar to a golf ball. As is known, the larger the loft the bigger the spin rate; the same applies here! All that is needed is that the BirdieBall be hit in the upright position.
When a golf ball ‘slices’ of ‘fades’, for a right-handed golfer its axis is tilted from left to right. On the other hand, its axis for a right-handed golfer is tilted from right to left when it ‘draws” or “hooks’. The BirdieBall behaves in a similar fashion