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Ray Clarke Jamison, Pa

Handicap 12

Pro V1X

5 rounds a month

Just turned 66, play same box as guys 30 years younger, I need every edge I can get.

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I'm in the market for a new ball and would Love the opportunity to be a tester!

 

Michael - Oregon

36 Handicap. One armed golfer here who is still learning :-)

Volvik Crystal

4-8 rounds per month

 

 

 

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Howard

Scotland U.K.

Bridgestone B330RXS

H/cap 7

14-16 per month min.

 

Been unable to get these here in Scotland.

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Josh Indiana

17

Srixon Soft Feel

14 rounds a month

 

 

Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy mobile app

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Andrew, Minnesota

~20

Tour balls (urethane) mostly V1x, but RZN Black has gotten my attention...

Approximately 6 rounds per month - mostly nine holes at a time...

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10 Testers Wanted!!!

Snell Get Sum/My Tour Golf Balls

 

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Of the direct-to-consumer golf ball companies out there, all have cool logos, many have interesting stories, and a few have near Tour-level performance.

But only one has real in-house R&D.

Because only one has Dean Snell.

Golf Ball Street Cred

Snell, in case you've missed it, is the owner, operator, chief cook and bottle washer and the driving force behind R&D at Snell Golf. Snell has been designing golf balls for 25 years and holds 38 patents. He designed or co-designed a few balls you may have heard of: the ProV1, the Tour Preferred/Tour Preferred X and the Project (a), among many, many others.

You've read about Snell golf balls before on MyGolfSpy and suffice it to say, we think they're pretty darned good.

That's our opinion, but what we really want to know is what you think.

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We're looking for 10 golfers to test and review Snell's latest offerings; five to try out Snell's 2-piece Get Sum ball, and five more to try out Snell's My Tour Ball. We'll send you each 2-dozen balls, more than enough for you to tell if the Snell balls are as good as we think they are. How To Apply:

 

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MyGolfSpy takes its testing very seriously, so please read these application instructions carefully.

In this thread, tell us the following:

1. Your name and state

2. Your current handicap

3. Your current ball

4. How many rounds per month do you play?

Good luck! We'll be announcing the testers next week in this thread.

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Jim - California

8

Titliest ProV/Taylor Made Project (a)

3 round/month

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Stephen Sapp

Idaho

HC: 10.5

Ball: ProV1 when I find them.

8 to 10 rounds a month.

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George 

 

Phoenix Az

 

HC: 11

 

Ball: Chrome Soft or ProV1

 

6-8 rounds a month

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