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Penn extra duty balls have a more durable cover and are designed to be played on hard courts. Regular duty balls are made for clay or grass courts.
High altitude balls are designed for play at altitudes above 3500 feet.
Absolutely nothing. The numbers are there so you can avoid getting your balls mixed up with other courts near you.
Professionals play with Penn Pro Tour balls. These balls are designed for the extremely hard hitting pros. They have the unique Smart Optiq® felt color treatment designed to be 19% easier to see both for television and at high speed.
Most average to above average players play with either the Pro Penn Marathon or Championship balls. The Marathon is their most technically advanced ball and should last longer than other balls. They also cost a little more too.
Sure. Either the Penn Pink or Court One will work for you.
Penn makes four different balls for kids and a pressureless ball for learners of all ages. Pros giving lessons should consider their Coach ball as it has “Coach” printed on them so balls from other courts don’t get mixed in.
If you get ten experts in a room you will get twenty different opinions on this question. The only way for you to answer this question is to try several and find out which ball works best for your game on your local courts. Pickleball balls have similar debates. Penn does make a respected ball for this sport.