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  1. 1 minute ago, sawgrass238 said:

    I was a tester for titlest golf balls. They would send me 3 balls for testing. Which the balls were marked test.

    The 2 new balls they just came out are Porvx dash and dot. Was given a dozen at a member guest in Houston. Will be playing them tomorrow and play them against Callaway Chrome Soft X LS. Give you you my view later.

    Driver:XXIO Prime,3 Wood XXIO Prime,5 wood XXIO Prime,7 Wood XXIO Prime. 6-PW Epic Star,SW Callaway PM 

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  2. I was a tester for titlest golf balls. They would send me 3 balls for testing. Which the balls were marked test.

    The 2 new balls they just came out are Porvx dash and dot. Was given a dozen at a member guest in Houston. Will be playing them tomorrow and play them against Callaway Chrome Soft X LS. Give you you my view later.

  3. I am 80 year old 10.2 USGA handicap.. Presently using Callaway 5-PW Epic forged irons.

    The Callaway Epic Forged are not ez to hit a fade or draw. I like to hit the ball how a hole is set up.

    Have used Titleist AP1 cast irons. Like forged because of softer feel.

    Would like to test the Wilson forged to compare soft feel and flexibility of ball flight. 

  4. i am a 80 year old USGA handicap 10.1 from tees measuring 6,660 yards at Sawgrass C.C Ponte Vedra Beach,FL

    Presently using Callaway MD MP wedges

    My current irons are XXI Prime 6-PW

    Hit 7 iron 150-155 yards

    Have tested many wedge and am a tester for Titlest Golf balls.

    I present use Callaway Chrome soft.

    Have never heard or tested the wedge mention.

    Look forward to everyones comments.

  5. On 9/19/2019 at 2:05 PM, GolfSpy STUDque said:

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    Sometimes the more you know, the more you realize just how little you actually know. That’s certainly been the case with the ball market in 2019 where MyGolfSpy’s testing started to peel back the layers revealing some rather uncomfortable findings regarding performance, consistency and how in the name of Zeus’ beard a package of one-dozen balls could actually be comprised of several fundamentally different balls.

    Maxfli’s answer to all of this is a ball with Center of Gravity Balancing Technology which it asserts can produce a straighter (and higher) ball flight. While the jury is still out on what amounts to built-in Check-Go-Pro, functionality the Maxfli Tour and Maxfli Tour X CG balls are a surprisingly competent offering from the guy's at Dicks Sporting Goods.

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    TESTERS WANTED

    We’re going to let TWELVE of our trusted forum members decide and tell the rest of the MGS Community and us all about it. We are looking for twelve members to test the Maxfli Tour and Tour X balls.

    All of MyGolfSpy’s Community Reviews require a serious commitment on the part of the reviewer. You’ll need to be motivated, detail-oriented, and savvy with online forums. Writing a thorough, detailed, and honest review is a full two-month commitment, so please make sure you read the following instructions carefully and apply in the proper place.

    Please note this is not a giveaway or a contest. We’re looking for golfers committed to making a full evaluation and writing a detailed review for our Community Forum. Testers will be selected based on how well they demonstrate that commitment in the official Forum Application Thread.

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    How to Apply
    The testing is open to golfers who reside in the U.S. 

    To apply to test, review, and keep your Maxfli Tour and Tour X balls, please reply to this thread with the following information:

    • john militante
    • 90
    • Callaway Chrome s
    • Tour X

    We’ll be selecting the testers next week, so check back in the forum to see if you have been chosen.

     

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    The biggest story in golf for 2017 may very well prove to be the golf ball.

    One of the biggest names in the growing direct-to-consumer golf ball market is definitely VICE GOLF. After doing some preliminary testing on several Vice products, we see why. Our conclusion so far: These guys get it.

    Today, MyGolfSpy readers are getting an exclusive opportunity to test a not-yet-released ball called the VICE PRO SOFT. Pretty cool right?

    We think Vice is making some incredible gear, but we want you to tell us what you think.

     

    ABOUT VICE GOLF

    THE VICE MODEL: The Vice model is simple, they think high-quality, tour-level golf balls shouldn't cost a fortune.

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    ABOUT THE VICE PRO SOFT

    The Vice PRO SOFT has been designed for players with medium or lower club head speeds who want to bring their game to the next level.

    Vice says the new ball offers extra-long distance off the tee, outstanding feel, and plenty of spin for control around the green.

    Overview of features:

    • Extremely low core compression of only 35
    • 3-Piece Cast Urethane Cover
    • Newly designed BJ13 resin paint coating formula
    • Nanotechnology matte clear coating for grip and feel
    • Anti-glare effect and 100% color fidelity
    • 336 dimple design
    • Low dispersion
    • Ultra-soft feel
    • Tremendous distance off the tee
    • Controllable, high spin rates in the short game
    • Low Driver spin, high wedge spin

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    HOW TO APPLY:

    We take our product testing very seriously here at MyGolfSpy, so if you'd like to test and review the new VICE PRO SOFT, please read and follow these instructions carefully:

    • First, if you're not already a member, register to join the MyGolfSpy Community (click here to sign up)
    • Second, Leave a comment in THIS THREAD and provide the following information:
    • Your driver swing speed
    • Your handicap or average 18-hole score

    That's all there is to it!

    Remember, you MUST apply ONLY in this thread to be eligible.

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