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Ok guys I am looking for players to participate in a small intial

Test Pilot project here in the forum to get as much feedback as

possible on my existing designs to help shape my next series

of design updates. :D

 

I am currently trialling product around the world and the

process can be a bit of fun plus there will be some interesting

proptotype testing later in the year where you will see some

of the results being dialled into these newer designs.

 

So the criteria is players that are happy to talk about how

the balls play for them no matter the results any feedback

is good feedback.

 

The current lineup does not include a urethane Tour type ball

so if this is an issue please let me know up front.

 

Please send me a PM after posting here and I will get more

info to those players looking to support this project.

 

Cheers, Boz.

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Just like Bridgestone, or Titleist, or any ball maker, they make a variety. Some are urethane covered, some aren't. Price goes with what type of cover they have just like everyone else. No other ball

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We did cover this way back when this thread started, if you shine a UV light on these balls before use they are great for low light golf, late in the day, dusk, that sort of thing, they retain a glow

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I have been hoping this thread was coming, I would love to be a part of this...

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Driver - 
:cobra-small:  King F6+

3 Wood -  :callaway-small: XR16
Hybrids -  :srixon-small:  ZH45
Irons -  :mizuno-small:  JPX 850 Pro

Wedges -  :callaway-small: Mac Daddy 2
Putter -   :taylormade-small: Spider Tour Red
Bag - Ogio Grom Stand

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I'd love to try them out!

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Thanks for the notes so far and I will get PM's to everyone shortly.

 

I am looking to keep the group open till Sunday and then I will look

to pass on all the info for the post out.

 

Now remember guys I haven't got a Tour ball at the moment and I see

a lot of single figure players so please understand I am happy to

have you on board but you know what I will be showing you might be

more interesting from a fresh style view point than out and out performance,

 

But just so you are up todate with my R&D projects, I have a small batch

of prototype TV -One balls coming to me this week to analyse how the

new cover material works inconjunction with our mid compression 4 piece

structure. :D

 

Talk more soon,

Boz.

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Boz, you already know I'm in. :D

 

Unlike some boards (which I won't mention by name), not everyone here shoots in the 70's and bombs 300 yard drives. On MGS, I think you'll find we have a fair number of mid to high handicap players who are fairly pragmatic about their games.

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Thanks B, as I know my limits and have been making sure since I started this

business not to go beyond my limits in terms of performance levels.As player

expectations can be easily deflated and that is not going to help me in the

longer term. So like all things in life I like to tell it as it is.

 

Part of my approach is to get better players to understand my designs so that

when higher handicapped friends / family etc,, ask about balls that will help

them I hope my designs will be in the mix as I don't know of any other brand

that wants to talk about Game Improvement ball designs that are a reality.

 

So I am happy to share with players that are open minded to a bit change in

style for practical reasons.

 

Cheers, Boz.

 

PS you gear is coming direct from me and will be there by Friday (I hope)

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Thanks for the notes so far and I will get PM's to everyone shortly.

 

I am looking to keep the group open till Sunday and then I will look

to pass on all the info for the post out.

 

Now remember guys I haven't got a Tour ball at the moment and I see

a lot of single figure players so please understand I am happy to

have you on board but you know what I will be showing you might be

more interesting from a fresh style view point than out and out performance,

 

But just so you are up todate with my R&D projects, I have a small batch

of prototype TV -One balls coming to me this week to analyse how the

new cover material works inconjunction with our mid compression 4 piece

structure. :D

 

Talk more soon,

Boz.

 

Boz, not all of us in the 70s play tour balls. Since we dont all play bomb and gouge courses, and can often play pitch and run shots at the greens, I often foresake the ProV-1 genre for an NXT Tour (or equivalent) for accuracy on the long shots. Also, since many of us play the muny/public course circuit, I am sure I am not alone this summer in noting that spin is not necessarily useful at times. My Friday league plays on a course constructed over shale and clay. The greens hold very well at 10 or 11 am. Come 5-6 pm, I have hit three-quarter wedges that do NOT make a ballmark.

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Hi P, great that is why I am showing my hand in the States now as I

have a good feeling about how things will be received as spin is but

one part of the equation.

 

The thing you may see with the current balls is that they have a drop

and controlled release performance that might be an interesting change

in format.

 

Cheers, Boz.

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I'd also like to give these balls a workout. And, trust me, I'm definitely no tour player and the only thing scratch about me is my...... wait.. nevermind! :) :)

•Never argue with an idiot. First, he will drag you down to his level. Then he will beat you with experience!•

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Unlike some boards (which I won't mention by name), not everyone here shoots in the 70's and bombs 300 yard drives. On MGS, I think you'll find we have a fair number of mid to high handicap players who are fairly pragmatic about their games.

Whats wrong with guys that hit the ball 300 and shoot in the 70's? I've always hit it 300yds; it's taken me a helluva lot of work to shoot in the 70's.

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I am in if you need more reviewers. I am a middle of the road handicapper, hacker, and always looking for a little help.

Correct me if I'm wrong Sandy, but if I kill all the golfers, they're gonna lock me up and throw away the key... - Carl Spackler

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Sounds good and I am happy to have all types of players as my

group here in Oz includes low singles all the way through to

newbies.

 

I just didn't want any players to be disapointed in my lack of

ProV1/Penta high wedge spin as that has not been a focus of my

designs so far.

 

The players that need more help with their game out number the

better players by atleast 10 to 1 and those regular players are

happier to try something new from my experience that is a not

a TOUR VALIDATED product.

 

From all my time working with Titleist/Footjoy/Pinnacle here in

Oz ( 20 years Distributor / 24 years International Leadership

team ) I believe there can be a new improved more personnal way

to market to regular retail players, which is why I am here today

as your opinion is actually the most important part of my business

future.

 

Talk more soon,

Boz.

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