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  1. It's been interesting to see the various schemes golf courses have used to satisfy self directed or mandated rules in response to the pandemic. Some as simple as the foam tube in the cup, to those that lift the ball out, to inverted cups, to no cup at all. A quick search yields dozens of companies (or one man garage industries) offering a plethora of variations. A number of patent applications and lots of articles about these and those working on the latest "necessity is the mother of invention" gizmo. I personally like the foam tube the best as it adds no restriction on open area and,
  2. I want to start this by saying that I really like collecting logo golf-balls from courses that I play and sometimes just visit. I find it a complete bummer to play a new course and they don't have a logo ball. In additon to new course play, I also have a goal to play at least 9 - 18 holes in all of the 50 states and of course I collect a logo ball from each course. I've covered 10 states including my home state of Texas. And my evidence that I played is a logo ball. But there are times when a course does not have a ball. Like last week, I was working in South Carolina and played two cour
  3. Independent tests prove for some manufacturers, given a large enough sample size of the same model of ball, the shape can change and they can also display different playing characteristics
  4. The fundamental distinction between a genuine golf ball and a training golf ball is where you are playing out your shots with them. Practice golf balls are developed with such includes that you can utilize them in an increasingly restricted space without anticipating that any harms should the articles they hit. It makes it simpler for an amateur golf player to rehearse at home, possibly in the patios or even inside the house. Practice golf balls are additionally frequently intended to emulate the trip of a genuine golf ball. Be that as it may, obviously, how precisely it would reenact a
  5. All this talk of the MGS Hard Rock Challenge and the ball test recently has me thinking about the hardware... I know I *should* be gaming one model, and probably one I'm fit for at that. But the cheapskate in me just can't pass up on a free wayward ball, looking for a home. Nor can I bring myself to just toss the 24 pack of two piecers I walked away from Christmas with. So my question is this - what do you do with the random balls you might come across one way or another? Do you keep em all? Hit them into the woods? Do you have a threshold of quality that determines if it's a keeper
  6. I made the switch to vice two years ago and have shot some of the best rounds of my life playing the vice pro plus. I have noticed no distance difference between the vice and the taylormade tour preferred x that I played prior to. Want to see if anyone else out there has been playing the vice and your thoughts and how does the vice pro plus compare to the smell mtb black.
  7. New AVX is really something else. Long off the tee, very soft and what you'd expect from a premium Titleist ball around the greens. Really interested to see where this ball will fall in line with the 1/1X. Possibly their new flagship?? Anyone had a chance to try it? For now, its only available in Arizona, California and Florida as a test market. Here's a look inside the ball at the 3-piece layer construction:
  8. Like your typical beginner golfer, I selected my first balls based on the fact that I was likely to lose a lot of them. So for my first round I grabbed 2 boxes of Nitro distance balls at Wally World for 5 bucks per dozen. Yup, lost most of ‘em. But at least I realized pretty quickly that balls sure do make a difference. So I tested several balls as I went along, as my game improved, so did my ball selection until I finally ended up choosing the Srixon Z Star, which is my current gamer, and has been since the middle of last year. Enter the new Wilson Staff Duo Soft Spin (SSP), promising e
  9. Has anyone here played both the Snell MTB and the Vice Pro Plus golf ball. I am currenlty playing the Vice Pro Plus and love it but I usually only purchase a dozen at a time and with shipping comes out to about 41 dollars. I have heard great things about the Snell MTB and am wondering how it compares. The cost is much less at 31.99 and free shipping. I know that the Vice Pro+ is a 4 piece ball and the MTB is a 3 piece ball. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  10. Nike just released customization for the new Tour RZN golf balls. Anyone ordered?
  11. A lot of golfers on forums have been touting the Snell My Tour Ball as a quality 3-piece tour level ball at a reasonable price ($32/dozen). I am one of them. If you like the feel of a tour ball and want tour level performance, this is a ball that you have to try. I am writing this thread to bring attention to Dean Snell's other golf ball; the 2-piece soft Surlyn covered GET SUM ball. If you currently play a 2-piece ball, have a slower swing speed, need a little more height to your ball flight, or if you simply want to try a softer ball, you should give the GET SUM ball a try. I
  12. This past week I purchased a box of the project a balls. I wasn't sure what to expect. They say what everyone else says about their ball. Long, soft, spin, etc. I played two rounds with them and I have to say I was pleased. I hit two of the longest drives I've hit in a long time. It could have been a fluke, but maybe not. Around the greens they were nice to. I normally play the prov 1 or the prov 1 x, but I think I'll stick with these for a little while longer. I also like the price. And even better, Walmart sells them. Let me know if anyone has played these balls and what you liked
  13. Fedex dropped this off a little bit ago. Just a little something from TaylorMade. As a total ballsnob it almost pains me to admit that this is a ball I'm really starting to come around on. Probably should spend a bit more time with it. The greenside spin is fantastic.
  14. Wilson has been releasing sneaks peaks of their new ball via Instagram & Twitter. Here's what we know so far.
  15. I think there must be an industry conspiracy when it comes to testing golf balls. There is a machine that hits the ball consistently every time. They can change the club head speed, etc. So if that is the case, why cant just line up every golf ball and report how far it goes. I have a slow club head speed so I am looking for a ball that goes longer, and these reviews get so complicated that I know that I can't believe them
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