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Scott Connors, Louisiana

Handicap is 13

Rounds are 40ish per year

I typically buy online

Currently playing Bridgestone B330

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  • James Armour, Illinois
  • 8
  • 50
  • Online

I would also split this dozen with my frequent playing partner who plays at scratch


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I would love to test these balls. 


Burlington, WA

 15 Handicap 

50-80 rounds a year Usually once or twice a week , 3 or 4 times a week during the summer. 

Usually buy online 




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Have heard a lot about them... have been wanted to try them out


James, Amityville NY

6 Handicap

30-50 rounds

normally proshop, some online or in a golf store

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  • Casey from Oregon
  • 9.4 handicap
  • 50
  • Typically used from lgb


Using callaway supersoft. Love the feel and distance off the tee, but am not generating any stopping power with full wedge shots. Very interested in a ball that still still retains much of the positives of the supersoft with the added wedge spin and doesn't cost over $40 a dozen.

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Matt, Tallmadge OH

18.1 HDCP


Used B330-RXS from lostgolfballs

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Jack O'Neal Califonria

GHIN 9.0


Pro Shop and online

Currently using Nike RZN Black - volt


read quite a few great reviews about this ball.

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Steven Clark, Utah

Handicap is about 12

35 rounds a year

Big box sporting goods stores

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Luke Mitchell

Lower alabama

100 rounds a year 2 times a week

15.6 hcp and been playing 3 years

I buy my balls online usually ebay but I have been really wanting to try these. Currently playing kick X tour ball and it's made a huge difference would love to compare with the Snell My tour ball

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·       Wai Chan, Phoenix, Arizona

·       15

·       60

·       Big box golf retailers


Thanks for the chance to test these golf balls out!

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1.     Tell us the following


·       Lee Graybeal  Kansas

·      20.7 Index

·       200 depending on the snow days

·       Usually purchase at proshop or big box (Dick's or Golf Galaxy)

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Sounds great,

Mike Sullivan,

Everett Washington,

15 handicap

50 rounds a year

I have been buying Bridgestone 330 rx online lately.

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Seth Glinski, Potomac MD

· Handicap: 8

· Rounds per year: 25

· How you typically purchase golf balls: online or Costco.

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