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Paul m

I play roughly 50 rounds per season, I have a hanicap of between 12/14

I live in western mass

 

I play either Bridgestone E6 or prov1x and I buy most from online retailers

 

I appreciate any consideration

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Paul Murawski, Buffalo, NY Area

20-25 handicap

30-40 rounds per year

Both online and retail store

Currently playing Bridgestone B330-RXS

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Justin Hardisty - TX


·       Handicap - 15


·      Rounds per year - 20 - 30


·       How you typically purchase golf balls (online, pro shops, big box golf retailers, department stores, etc) - On sale at the pro shop or online, preferably Bridgestone B330S


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I would love to test them against my ProV1:

 

Ken Lackey - Ohio

Handicap  - 8

Rounds per year - 60

Usually purchase at big box golf shops (GG, Dicks, Carls Golfland)

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John Hansen, Atlanta, GA

6.8

120

Buy from my club's proshop

Curently playing Pro V1 and Callaway Chrome Soft

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John Perry

 

Colorado

 

+1.3 index

 

30+ rounds per year

 

Usually get balls with pro shop credit from events I play in.

 

Currently playing Titleist ProV1x, Have tried all the major brands' "tour" balls because I feel Titleist balls are overpriced.

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Name and home state: Mike Goyer, Upstate NY

Handicap: 1.8 (110+ swing speed)

Rounds per year: 100+ (at least 4 times a week and cold and wet weather doesn't scare me)

How you typically purchase golf balls (online, pro shops, big box golf retailers, department stores, etc): I usually buy my golf balls online and I generally play the proV1x but I have never actually bought a box of them. Just too damn expensive. I either get them as a gift, with proshop credit, or by finding them. Otherwise I will play any tour caliber ball and price is probably the most important factor to me assuming the ball spins from around the green. The last balls I actually bought were prov1x practice balls and last gen Srixon's which each went for about $30. I am very interested in seeing how the Snell ball performs considering the price point and the resume of the creator!

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wow, would love to try this ball but being in Canada I have no chance, good luck to all that get the chance and look forward to the reviews

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