Jump to content
GolfSpy Barbajo

Snell My Tour Ball Challenge - Get a dozen for free!

Recommended Posts

BOLD CHALLENGE: SNELL GOLF INVITES GOLFERS TO PIT THEIR CURRENT GAMER AGAINST THE ‘MY TOUR BALL' IN HEAD-TO-HEAD TEST

 

mtb-main-image.jpg

 

 â€˜My Tour Ball Challenge' Provides Consumers a Chance to Win a Dozen Balls to Evaluate Against Any Other In On-Course Testing

 

NEW BEDFORD, MA â€” Snell Golf, Inc., one of golf's fastest growing direct-to-consumer golf ball brands, announced today that it is putting its money – more specifically, its premium golf balls – where its mouth is, giving golfers the opportunity to test a dozen of its award-winning balls for free.  The Snell Golf “My Tour Ball Challenge” invites consumers to register for a chance to try the My Tour Ball (MTB) for 2-weeks and measure its performance against their existing golf ball of choice, at no risk to them.  In fact, when chosen to take the My Tour Ball Challenge, golfers receive one dozen My Tour Balls, free, at their home or place of business, including the cost of shipping. 

 

“We firmly believe that the My Tour Ball measures up to any premium golf ball in the game in terms of performance, and at our price point the overall value-equation is unbeatable,” said Dean Snell, president & CEO, Snell Golf.  â€œConsistently, we have seen that when golfers give the MTB a shot, they become loyal customers, so we developed this limited-time opportunity. The My Tour Ball Challenge is a way for us to demonstrate our products' performance AND the convenience of receiving direct-ship delivery of our products, a very appealing model in today's competitive golf ball marketplace.”

 

Registration for the Snell Golf My Tour Ball Challenge is taking place now throughJuly 31st at https://www.snellgolf.com/mtb-challenge/apply-for-the-mtb-vs-your-ball-challenge/

 

Snell Golf is headquartered in New Bedford, MA, and designs, markets and distributes premium golf balls via a direct-to-consumer e-commerce based business model.   Snell Golf was founded in 2015 and is led by Dean Snell, co-creator of the industry-changing Titleist Pro V1 and TaylorMade Penta golf balls.  Snell Golf, whose goal it is to create premium, high-performing golf balls at affordable price-points, recently was awarded multiple medal commendations in Golf Digest's 2016 Golf Ball Hot List for its “My Tour Ball” and “Get Sum” model balls.  

 

For more information and to view Snell Golf's innovative products, visitwww.snellgolf.com.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

So is it ethical for someone who has tried and liked the MTB to sign up for this challenge?  I have yet to test the MTB vs. the new B330 RX.  I still have the full dozen that I got from Barbajo in March.  In fact I haven't even cracked it because I had 2 dozen of last year's at that time and I still have a dozen plus of those left.

 

This is a serious question.  I was going to order some MTB when I opened that box.  At this pace I'll need new golf balls around Christmas.

  • Like 4

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

So is it ethical for someone who has tried and liked the MTB to sign up for this challenge? 

 

I believe so.....as you would be willing to compare the MTB with another gamer and document the process.

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

So is it ethical for someone who has tried and liked the MTB to sign up for this challenge?  I have yet to test the MTB vs. the new B330 RX.  I still have the full dozen that I got from Barbajo in March.  In fact I haven't even cracked it because I had 2 dozen of last year's at that time and I still have a dozen plus of those left.

 

This is a serious question.  I was going to order some MTB when I opened that box.  At this pace I'll need new golf balls around Christmas.

 

Rev - I've only golfed with you once but you lose golf balls at the same rate at which I lose weight. I would think a couple dozen would last you the rest of the decade!!!

  • Like 6

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

New Bedford?!?!  I should stop in next time I'm there visiting the Whaling Museum with the fam!

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I've played them, liked them, and have some. I'd probably buy more sometime. I also signed up. But I won't get picked because I don't want to document my usage of them. But I'd play them if Dean wants to send me doz.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Rev - I've only golfed with you once but you lose golf balls at the same rate at which I lose weight. I would think a couple dozen would last you the rest of the decade!!!

LOL you done told on the Rev huuh? I knew he was a pretty straight ball striker. Rev will have to give me 3 a side now when we play

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Beat out my beloved Srixon Zstar XVs.  The short game performance and feel + the price was what did it for me.  The long game was very similar.  Looking forward to hearing others put them against their current gamer.

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I would give it a go against the ProV1x but I think I am at about the same fail rate as Rookie is with drivers when it comes to new golf balls.

 

 

Sent from my iPhone using MyGolfSpy mobile app

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I'm in. Never tried Snell, but always willing to test a ball against my pro v1x and see what happens.

Anyone know how these balls play in cold weather (50° and below)?

 

Tazz

 

Sent using the MGS app!

@bigtazzGOLF on Twitter

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I'm in. Never tried Snell, but always willing to test a ball against my pro v1x and see what happens.

Anyone know how these balls play in cold weather (50° and below)?

 

Tazz

 

Sent using the MGS app!

@bigtazzGOLF on Twitter

Just fine, Tazz! Gamed them a few times in early spring when temps were between 35 and 50 and didn't have any issues
  • Like 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

That's good to know. Playing year round in Memphis we have a bunch of rounds in the cold.

30° and even a Titleist changes to its cousin the pinnacle haha.

 

Tazz

 

Sent using the MGS app!

@bigtazzGOLF on Twitter

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

The Snell MTB is definitely closer to the Prov1 than the prov1x (3 piece and similar compression).

 

I moved from a ball similar to the prov1x (ZStarXV) and love the performance. Definitely feels better on those cold days, too

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

The Snell MTB is definitely closer to the Prov1 than the prov1x (3 piece and similar compression).

 

I moved from a ball similar to the prov1x (ZStarXV) and love the performance. Definitely feels better on those cold days, too

I disagree. I used to game the prov1x and the MTB performs the same or better around the greens for me and on similar strikes with the driver goes at least 20 yards further. No bs. I am able to reach par 5's in two now where I couldn't before with my prov1x. If any of you sign up for this and don't like them, I will gladly (buy)

take them off your hands. I've hit everything that is called a premium ball and there is nothing better.

 

Sent from my XT1563 using MyGolfSpy mobile app

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I disagree. I used to game the prov1x and the MTB performs the same or better around the greens for me and on similar strikes with the driver goes at least 20 yards further. No bs. I am able to reach par 5's in two now where I couldn't before with my prov1x. If any of you sign up for this and don't like them, I will gladly (buy)

take them off your hands. I've hit everything that is called a premium ball and there is nothing better.

 

Sent from my XT1563 using MyGolfSpy mobile app

Not sure what you're disagreeing with since I absolutely love the MTB.

 

Was simply saying the MTB a 3 piece so it's more similar to the Prov1 and regular zstar (which are 3 piece balls) as opposed to their 4 piece counterparts (the prov1x and ZStarXV)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Not sure what you're disagreeing with since I absolutely love the MTB.

 

Was simply saying the MTB a 3 piece so it's more similar to the Prov1 and regular zstar (which are 3 piece balls) as opposed to their 4 piece counterparts (the prov1x and ZStarXV)

Feel wise I find the x and the MTB about the same. I never liked the feel of the prov1.

 

Sent from my XT1563 using MyGolfSpy mobile app

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Feel wise I find the x and the MTB about the same. I never liked the feel of the prov1.

 

Sent from my XT1563 using MyGolfSpy mobile app

I wonder if the MTB has a firmer cover because the core compressions are darn near identical on the MTB and Prov1
  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I wonder if the MTB has a firmer cover because the core compressions are darn near identical on the MTB and Prov1

I would say definitely more durable. The X's never lasted as long as the MTB. The feel is just better. Softer. More durable. Cheaper. Better. 😁

 

Sent from my XT1563 using MyGolfSpy mobile app

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.


×
×
  • Create New...