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Carlton, New Jersey


Chrome Soft / Bridgestone B330-RX

4-6 Rounds a month

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Clay Rouse


Hcp: 7.9

Current ball: Bridgestone B-330RXS and Volvik Crystal (my ball selections are as schizophrenic as my game)

6 to 8 rounds per month

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Always been curious about this brand.

1. Lee H., FL

2. Your current handicap - 12

3. Your current ball - 2016 Srixon Z-Star (and Q-Star)

4. How many rounds per month do you play? 3

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1.  Darril Gagnon, California

2.  11

3.  ProV1 and/or mg C4

4.  8-10 rounds per month


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I have 2 applications in this post!



1. Your name and state: Michael Irish - Arizona
2. Your current handicap: 8
3. Your current ball: Titleist ProV1
4. How many rounds per month do you play?: 6-8
1. Your name and state: Keith Lillie - Arizona
2. Your current handicap: 9
3. Your current ball: Everything (ProV1)
4. How many rounds per month do you play?: 10-15

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