About this item
- 3 Balls Per Can
- AMERICA'S #1 SELLING BALL: The product of 100 years worth of testing and perfecting; Penn Championship is the best selling tennis ball in America.
- PENN PERFORMANCE: Controlled fiber release provides perfectly even nap, while natural rubber offers consistent feel and reduced shock. The Championship line provides unparalleled consistency every time you hit the court.
- ALL COURTS: While extra duty tennis balls are best suited for hard court matches, they can also be played on all indoor and outdoor softer, clay court surfaces as well.
- OFFICIAL BALL: Penn Championship is the Official Ball of USTA Leagues, so you know you're playing with high quality and consistent ball. Available in extra-duty felt, regular duty felt, or extra-duty high altitude felt. USTA and ITF approved.
- LASTING DURABILITY: Interlocked wool fiber ensures the all courts tennis balls will play like new for as long as possible.
Q: Are these appropriate for clay court play?
A: These could be used on a clay court without issue, but extra duty balls are typically for hard courts. Regular duty tennis balls are a better selection for a clay court.submitted byHEAD Penn Racquet Sports - 4 years ago
A: Extra duty felt balls have an extra thick felt cover to make them last longer for hard court play. Regular duty felt balls have a thinner felt cover. Use regular felt balls for clay courts as they pick up less clay than the extra duty felt cover balls. Does it matter for recreational play? Probably not!submitted byBert - 3 years ago
A: Extra Duty Balls are more appropriate for Hard Courts. Penn Championship Regular Duty Tennis Balls are recommended for Clay Courts.submitted byHEAD Penn Racquet Sports - 4 years ago
A: These balls are recommended for a clay courtsubmitted byChristmas Central Expert - 3 years agoBrand expert
A: These could be used on a clay court without issue, but extra duty balls are typically for hard courts. Regular duty tennis balls are a better selection for a clay court.submitted byHEAD Penn Racquet Sports - 2 years ago
Q: is it a 4 pack (12 balls) or a 4 ball pack
A: This is four, 3-Ball Cans. 12 Total Balls.submitted byHEAD Penn Racquet Sports - 2 years ago
Q: The description says high altitude, but the packaging does not appear to. Are they for high altitude or not?
A: The description has been corrected. These are NOT high altitude balls.submitted byHEAD Penn Racquet Sports - 2 years ago
Q: Are these pressurized balls?
A: Yes, they are sealed inside a pressurized can.submitted byHEAD Penn Racquet Sports - 2 years ago