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Heading into winter you’ll need to be able to see your golf ball if you’re going to keep playing – and that might mean investing in some yellow balls.

Some pros have already started using the brightly-coloured spheres, including major winners Fred Couples and Paul Lawrie.

“I’m 53, not 23, so my eyesight’s not the best,” Lawrie said, explaining his decision to put a yellow ball in play at the 150th Open at St Andrews.

“I just see it better when it’s flying. Also, when I’m in the rough as much as I am, it stands out like unbelievable. Even the marshals can see it. I quite like it actually. I never thought I’d play with a yellow ball, but I actually quite like it.”

But given they are much less common on the golf course than their white counterparts, how can you find out which brands make yellow golf balls?

Fortunately, we’ve done the hard work so you don’t have to. Keep scrolling to find out whether your brand of choice has a yellow ball…

Bridgestone

Tour B XS, Tour B RX, Tour B X, Tour B RXS, e12, e6

Callaway

Supersoft, Supersoft Max, Superfast Bold, ERC Soft, Chrome Soft, Chrome Soft X, Chrome Soft TruVis, Chrome Soft X LS

Mizuno

RB 566

Nitro

Maximum Distance, Pulsar

OnCore

Avant 55

Pinnacle

Rush

Spalding

Molitor

Srixon

Q-Star 6, Q-Star Tour 3, Q-Star Tour Divide, Z-Star 7, Z-Star Divide, Z-Star XV 7, Z-Star XV Divide, Soft Feel

TaylorMade

Tour Response, TP5, TP5x, Distance+

Titleist

AVX, Tour Soft, Tour Speed, TruFeel, ProV1x

Venture

RD-1

Volvik

Power Soft

Wilson Staff

Duo Soft Optix, Fifty Elite, Duo Professional

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