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Jonathan & Ohio

+2 handicap

Taylormade TP5

15-20

Low Spinner according to trackman

 

Would be fun to try both but the MTB Red may work best for me

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-John Chicago, IL

 

- 4 handicap

 

- I currently playing the Nike RZN Black

 

- I feel I am on the higher spin side of things

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Your first name and home state/province Brian Smith

 

- Your current handicap 8.6

 

- Your current golf ball Nike RZN Platinum

 

- Do you feel you're a "high spin" or a "low spin" player High spin

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Hi!

 

 - Andrew, California

 

 - Like a 10 now

 

 - Currently play Snell MTBs, ProV1s, Project (a), and any other fine ball I find in the bushes

 

 - Probably lean toward the high spin side, and like a 'softer' feel ball, so the new Black would be up my alley.

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Let them spin around on the Caribbean Island of Curacao :rolleyes: 

 

Jean Paul Bouwense, Curacao

 

HCP 7.2

 

Play Volvik S4

 

I prefer the High spin version

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- Nimish from Houston, Texas

- Handicap: 14.2

- Current Ball: Srixon Q-Star Tour

- High Spin

 

 

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Victor  Colorado
 

- Your current handicap -- 0

- Your current golf ball -- Taylor Made TP5X

 

- Do you feel you're a VERY HIGH SPIN PLAYER.  I use a Q Star if the greens are too soft.

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(10) TESTERS WANTED

SNELL MTB RED & MTB BLACK GOLF BALLS

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Yep gang, it's time to kick off the new year for MyGolfSpy Community Forum Member Testing. We have a boffo year planned for you, and we want to kick it off with one I know you'll like...

 

We all know the story of Dean Snell, the original MTB and Dean's roll in shaking up the golf ball industry with a Tour-level ball at direct-to-consumer pricing. Well, it's been 3 years since the MTB first hit the streets, and Dean felt it was time for an upgrade.

 

A double upgrade, to be precise.

 

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10 TESTERS WANTED

 

Snell's new MTB RED and MTB BLACK are hitting the streets this week, and we want you guys to help us test and review them.

 

 

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Both balls share DNA with the original MTB, with some differences that will matter to the avid golfer. The MTB BLACK is a softer feeling 3-piece ball with a urethane cover and features lower spin off the tee and with long irons, but similar performance to the original MTB around the greens.

 

The MTB RED, on the other hand, is a firmer feeling 4-piece ball that spins more for the player that wants it, both off the tee and around the greens.

 

 

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HOW TO APPLY:

 

We take Member Testing VERY seriously here at MyGolfSpy, and we ask that you put some time, effort and thought into your reviews. You MUST apply in this thread only.

 

Step 1: Snell has set up a webpage exclusively for MGS Test applicants to check out both balls and help you figure out which one might be best for you. CLICK HERE to visit the site, and make sure to watch Dean's video!

 

Step 2: In this thread, tell us the following:

 

- Your first name and home state/province

 

- Your current handicap

 

- Your current golf ball

 

- Do you feel you're a "high spin" or a "low spin" player

 

We'll be selecting 5 of you to test the MTB RED and 5 to test the MTB BLACK, so make sure you check out the video and apply for the ball you think might best fit your game.

 

Check back here next week, and we'll let you know who the lucky testers are.

 

​Thanks for being a part of MyGolfSpy, and we promise you are going to love what we have in store for you this year.

Darren, Morris Plains, NJ

18HCP

High spin.

 

Thanks for the chance!

 

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I'd like to try the Black.

 

My gamer ball is a ProV1.   In casual rounds, I play assorted balls, and in these rounds I have come to like the Callaway Chrome Soft.  

 

My bag is "variable"  but I have my gamers.  These currently are:

 

Driver:  Cleveland Launcher DST 12*

Woods:  Callaway 3 Razr 15*, Callaway X 4 17*, Callaway X 7 21*

Hybrids:  Cobra Transitions 5 29*, Nickent DG/DC Pro 3+ 18.5*

Irons:  Tour Edge DG 500, Nicklaus Pro Sand Wedge

Putter:  Tad Moore

 

I play about 150 rounds through the spring, summer, and fall 

 

My handicap ranges from 14 to 10, depending on the time of year.

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Fresh- Gaithersburg, MD

Index - 2.8

TP5X

HIGH Spin so definitely BLACK

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Stephen. New Jersey

 

3.5 index

 

2017 Pro V1 (also have played Snell original MTB and Taylor TP5x)

 

High spin

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Cody, Ontario

3

Srixon zstar xv, Bridgestone b330

High spin

 

 

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Eric, Corpus Christi, Texas with a 10 handicap. I currently play NXT Soft. I am I high spin player. Good luck the the other participants.

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