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Charles Bartholomew---Massachusetts

12 handicap

72 rounds a year (or more if I can get them in; generally weather dependent in the later months)

military exchange (when I can find them there)

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I would like to test these - I still haven't found an all around ball that I like.  Feel is important to me.

Linwood Hines, Virginia

26 (only been playing seriously for almost a year)


pro-shop (support your local First Tee - they are part of the future of the game)

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I've heard a lot of good things about SNell and have not had a chance to try them.



Ken from CA


19 handicap


30 rounds a year.


purchase golf balls mostly from golf retailers, but time to time will buy online if there is a deal.





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  • Name and home state-  Dennis from Florida
  • Handicap 22
  • Rounds per year . 60  - 25 (18 hole rounds)  35 (9 hole rounds)
  • How you typically purchase golf balls (online)

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Dan Smith, Ohio


50-70 rounds per year

Usually bye golf balls online

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· 12 handicap

· 50 to 75 rounds -- daily practice at range, putting clock or backyard (live on a golf course and work from home. Livin' the dream!)

· Usually Online, occasionally pro shop or big box store

- Have Read a lot about your balls. Hope I get picked. Have been wanting to try them out. If you dont pick me... i'll probbaly try them out soon anyway.

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Scott from California

Hcp 9

About 50 rounds per year

I purchase balls from our local golf superstore.

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Bill - Massachusetts

2.5 index

50+ rounds

Pro shop purchases - off course shop purchases

ProV1 and ProV1x

I hear good things!


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·       Name and home state


Blake Hall



·       Handicap




·       Rounds per year




·       How you typically purchase golf balls (online, pro shops, big box golf retailers, department stores, etc)


usually online at the beginning of the season, or a store like Dicks' Sporting Goods or Golf Galaxy since they're all that's available in my town.

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Hi, I almost bought a couple dozen of these online but I will hold off and see what happens with the contest.

Name: Jeff Mitchell

Home state: California

Hcap: 16

Rounds/year: 30-40

Buy balls: usually online 

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Sanjay PATEL


HCap: 18

Rounds - 12-18

Purchase balls via retail shops I.e dicks

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Very cool, wasnt aware that these balls were by the same maker as the ProV1.  Would love to try them out.


Name:  Dana K.

Location:  NY

Handicap:  7.1

Rounds/year:  50-60

Buy Balls:  Big-box (Golfsmith, Golf Galaxy, or PGA Superstore) and/or Amazon.

Balls usually played:  ProV1 or NXT Yellow when theres too many leaves on the course.

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David Williamson


Home state Mississippi


6 Handicap


50-60 rounds per yeay


I usually purchase from a golf shop or online.

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name: Rodd M

state: Maryland

Index: 4.4

Current Ball: TM Lethal or Tour Pfd X

Rounds per year: about 30

Buy balls on line at various sites

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Asef Quader 




Typically online



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Steven M Terk

Home State Florida

Handicap 17

Rounds per Year  100

Normally purchase balls on line

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