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THE ONE AND ONLY KIRKLAND SIGNATURE BALL THREAD

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 I posted this to you in the Paul a valuation for him but I couldn’t find a evaluation on the Kirkland ball. I hear many things about it but I’m not sure if it is all true.

Has it been tested on this site before?

What do you guys think? Anybody tried them?

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There have been lots of discussion on the various Kirkland products; searching for kirkland in the search tool will give you some results.  MGS is probably the reason they market took off for them.  You can find information on the original and the updated versions on the blog:

https://mygolfspy.com/kirkland-vs-titleist-pro-v1/

https://mygolfspy.com/2018-costco-signature-golf-ball/

and on the forum:

 

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I am still playing the original KSig 4-piece ball as I have 4 dozen left.  I also have a dozen of the newer Kirkland 3-piece ball.  Those are not anywhere near the same quality or performance of the original Ksig ball.  The original was made in Korea, and the new one that is on the Costco website is made in China.  

While the original was good, it was really the price that caused all the stir.  PV1 performance for $15/dozen.  Now that they are mostly gone, players looking for a deal go to Snell or Cut Golf for PV1 performance for about half the price.

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I've had good success with these balls. Nice spins and decent distance.

Sent using the MyGolfSpy mobile app

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I have played the 1st and 2nd edition before, they are both fine. Just played the new ball this morning, I didn't think I'd ever see the seam rip like the other ones on MGS since my driver swing isn't that fast (97mph), and I didn't even take any wedge shots. Literally a drive, a 7 iron and when I picked it up on the green this showed up.

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