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Boz, you already know I'm in. B)

 

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.

 

If I were you, I would immediately head to GolfWRX and withing a few hundred posts, you will be well over three hundred. If you simultaneously join THP and lick the appropriate boots, you will also become ALL KNOWING of every item related to golf.

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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

I was able to hook a few of our seniors at my golf course with the yellow vision balls.   One of the things that they loved about them was the visibility of the balls.  Not just on the ground but also

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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Thanks Guys, the more the merrier but I will cap the numbers to those

that have asked to join by tomorrow PM, Cheers, Boz.

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Good question, the way I am looking at it I will try and get each player

a mix of all the current 6 designs that way you get to see everything I have out

to date as a story and will therefore have a better understanding I where

I am heading next.

 

They might not be right for each team member but I know you will all have

partners or buddies that might be a better suit for some of the balls and

that feedback will be welcome.

 

Cheers, Boz

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The Vision Sticky Glove is setup using some materials that are currently

very popular in Japan. The front section is quite stretchy and has a forgiving

fit plus it allows alot of your perspiration moisture to be wicked away and

for improved evaporation rather than soaking it up.

 

They have had a lot of testing in North Queensland where it is really hot

and sticky conditions and the gloves have come through quite well I think

for my first version.

 

I believe this type of glove will help many recreational players that get

sore hands from gripping too tight and from the poor fit of many gloves

and their seam positions plus many older players have found they help them

with their lack of hand strength in the club control area.

 

Still more testing to do and I know its been hot over your way so lets see

how they go.

 

Cheers, Boz.

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I went through two gloves myself. If was hot and humid and then the rain came. I also like the looks of the glove. I like the wick idea. Anything to help keep the sweat away from the palms.

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I went through two gloves myself. If was hot and humid and then the rain came. I also like the looks of the glove. I like the wick idea. Anything to help keep the sweat away from the palms.

I am one of those North Queenslanders that tested the Gloves. I have had one that I used for over 6 months.It now looks like something out of the ragbag, All torn & tatty but It still grips well. I used it twice a week , nearly every week during that time. I consider it to be one of the best Gloves I have used. & I might add in wet conditions , It seems to get better , the wetter it gets. Just Bought 2 more off Boz. They are that good.

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In general, I'd say the glove was awesome. It didn't get wet at all today in quite humid weathers and they're quite comfy. They'll actually strech over ones wedding ring nicely if you want to wear it while playing. My only problem with them is that the fingers are so grippy that I find the space between my pinky and ring finger on my bottom hand gets chaffed up a bit when using an interlocking grip as it just grips that spot and doesn't let go. Still, awesome glove. Much better then the Callaway's I've got

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I am one of those North Queenslanders that tested the Gloves. I have had one that I used for over 6 months.It now looks like something out of the ragbag, All torn & tatty but It still grips well. I used it twice a week , nearly every week during that time. I consider it to be one of the best Gloves I have used. & I might add in wet conditions , It seems to get better , the wetter it gets. Just Bought 2 more off Boz. They are that good.

Thats awesome. I probably go through 10 gloves in 6 months and I wear them until the palm and/or thumb are completely gone. I play 2-3 times a week, but I hit the range every day.

 

Much better then the Callaway's I've got

I use Cally gloves also, because I can get the 2 for $15. You can't beat them for the price and they're just as good as any other glove I have available to me. None of them can hold up to my sweaty palm though.

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Hi Ad, I tend to do most of my designing around my own wants and needs

to start off with and then through the extended player testing I get

to here how those designs may play in regards to other players wants

and needs.

 

That being the case with the gloves I have had a couple of other interlock

grippers make mention of this sticky in an akward area issue so I have made

some extra gloves for my testing only at this stage with a new material and

glove makeup that might be a better package for you. Time will tell but at

this stage it is playing well, no extended player group testing till I know

where I am going to sell them.

 

Cheers, Wayne.

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Count me in for the testing.....

 

I am a 14 handicap, live in Tampa, FL and run a weekly game every Saturday that averages 30 players each week.

 

Lately, I have been playing 3 times a week.

 

So count on me to give them a good analysis.

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Hi Guys, Ok the books closed the Foz is the last member of the group and his info

was received last night so I can now move on to getting things sorted. Talk soon, Boz.

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Boz, a ? about the sticky glove. Is it similar to the FJ Spyder glove? I just started playing one of those. So far.. its working well.

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Boz can't wait to start rolling with these, and the glove sounds great, been 105 heat index and 10% humidity would love something that doesn't slip in the heat!

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Thanks Boz,

 

I listened to your interview on the radio blog today during lunch......great history lesson on the modern day golfball. Did not know that Pro V1 stood for "Prototype Version 1"

 

Here's hoping the Vision sticks as well as that one!

Driver: Tour Edge Exotics EXS w/Mitsubishi ck Blue regular shaft BACKUP DRIVER: Cobra F8 w/Mitsubishi ck Blue regular shaft  Fairways:  Cobra King F8 3W(14.5*) & 5W(18.5*) w/Mitsubishi ck Blue regular shaft Hybrids: Tour Edge CBX 119 4H(22*)  with Project X Evenflo regular shaft Irons: Wilson Staff D7 5 - PW w/Recoil 460 regular shafts Wedges: Wilson D7 GW(50*) & SW(54*) w/Recoil 460 regular shafts; Cleveland RTX Zipcore(58*) w/True Temper Spinner Wedge steel shaft  Putter: 33" Slotline SSi 693 mid mallet Bag: Cobra Ultralite Cart Bag(Peacoat Blue).

 

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