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TESTERS WANTED (12): MAXFLI Tour and Tour X CG

TESTERS WANTED: Maxfli Tour Balls  

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Current Ball: ProV1x
Preference: Tour X
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Hello i was one if the first users of check n go ! Maxfli is the brand i love n would live to see em succeed, which was my first new iron set after my golf lessons n i knew i could play !  I am very keen on fairly testing the new golf ball to add to srixon the gone nikes  , the titliest  

i have inly played with premium balls n play with +8 

 

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On 9/19/2019 at 2:05 PM, GolfSpy STUDque said:

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Sometimes the more you know, the more you realize just how little you actually know. That’s certainly been the case with the ball market in 2019 where MyGolfSpy’s testing started to peel back the layers revealing some rather uncomfortable findings regarding performance, consistency and how in the name of Zeus’ beard a package of one-dozen balls could actually be comprised of several fundamentally different balls.

Maxfli’s answer to all of this is a ball with Center of Gravity Balancing Technology which it asserts can produce a straighter (and higher) ball flight. While the jury is still out on what amounts to built-in Check-Go-Pro, functionality the Maxfli Tour and Maxfli Tour X CG balls are a surprisingly competent offering from the guy's at Dicks Sporting Goods.

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TESTERS WANTED

We’re going to let TWELVE of our trusted forum members decide and tell the rest of the MGS Community and us all about it. We are looking for twelve members to test the Maxfli Tour and Tour X balls.

All of MyGolfSpy’s Community Reviews require a serious commitment on the part of the reviewer. You’ll need to be motivated, detail-oriented, and savvy with online forums. Writing a thorough, detailed, and honest review is a full two-month commitment, so please make sure you read the following instructions carefully and apply in the proper place.

Please note this is not a giveaway or a contest. We’re looking for golfers committed to making a full evaluation and writing a detailed review for our Community Forum. Testers will be selected based on how well they demonstrate that commitment in the official Forum Application Thread.

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How to Apply
The testing is open to golfers who reside in the U.S. 

To apply to test, review, and keep your Maxfli Tour and Tour X balls, please reply to this thread with the following information:

  • First Name and Location
  • Swing Speed
  • Current Ball
  • Preference: Tour or Tour X

We’ll be selecting the testers next week, so check back in the forum to see if you have been chosen.

Rick. Fort Wayne, IN.

105

Srixon Z-Star

Tour X 

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On 9/19/2019 at 2:05 PM, GolfSpy STUDque said:

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Sometimes the more you know, the more you realize just how little you actually know. That’s certainly been the case with the ball market in 2019 where MyGolfSpy’s testing started to peel back the layers revealing some rather uncomfortable findings regarding performance, consistency and how in the name of Zeus’ beard a package of one-dozen balls could actually be comprised of several fundamentally different balls.

Maxfli’s answer to all of this is a ball with Center of Gravity Balancing Technology which it asserts can produce a straighter (and higher) ball flight. While the jury is still out on what amounts to built-in Check-Go-Pro, functionality the Maxfli Tour and Maxfli Tour X CG balls are a surprisingly competent offering from the guy's at Dicks Sporting Goods.

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TESTERS WANTED

We’re going to let TWELVE of our trusted forum members decide and tell the rest of the MGS Community and us all about it. We are looking for twelve members to test the Maxfli Tour and Tour X balls.

All of MyGolfSpy’s Community Reviews require a serious commitment on the part of the reviewer. You’ll need to be motivated, detail-oriented, and savvy with online forums. Writing a thorough, detailed, and honest review is a full two-month commitment, so please make sure you read the following instructions carefully and apply in the proper place.

Please note this is not a giveaway or a contest. We’re looking for golfers committed to making a full evaluation and writing a detailed review for our Community Forum. Testers will be selected based on how well they demonstrate that commitment in the official Forum Application Thread.

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How to Apply
The testing is open to golfers who reside in the U.S. 

To apply to test, review, and keep your Maxfli Tour and Tour X balls, please reply to this thread with the following information:

  • First Name and Location
  • Swing Speed
  • Current Ball
  • Preference: Tour or Tour X

We’ll be selecting the testers next week, so check back in the forum to see if you have been chosen.

 

On 9/19/2019 at 2:05 PM, GolfSpy STUDque said:

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Sometimes the more you know, the more you realize just how little you actually know. That’s certainly been the case with the ball market in 2019 where MyGolfSpy’s testing started to peel back the layers revealing some rather uncomfortable findings regarding performance, consistency and how in the name of Zeus’ beard a package of one-dozen balls could actually be comprised of several fundamentally different balls.

Maxfli’s answer to all of this is a ball with Center of Gravity Balancing Technology which it asserts can produce a straighter (and higher) ball flight. While the jury is still out on what amounts to built-in Check-Go-Pro, functionality the Maxfli Tour and Maxfli Tour X CG balls are a surprisingly competent offering from the guy's at Dicks Sporting Goods.

2.jpg

TESTERS WANTED

We’re going to let TWELVE of our trusted forum members decide and tell the rest of the MGS Community and us all about it. We are looking for twelve members to test the Maxfli Tour and Tour X balls.

All of MyGolfSpy’s Community Reviews require a serious commitment on the part of the reviewer. You’ll need to be motivated, detail-oriented, and savvy with online forums. Writing a thorough, detailed, and honest review is a full two-month commitment, so please make sure you read the following instructions carefully and apply in the proper place.

Please note this is not a giveaway or a contest. We’re looking for golfers committed to making a full evaluation and writing a detailed review for our Community Forum. Testers will be selected based on how well they demonstrate that commitment in the official Forum Application Thread.

1.jpg

How to Apply
The testing is open to golfers who reside in the U.S. 

To apply to test, review, and keep your Maxfli Tour and Tour X balls, please reply to this thread with the following information:

  • First Name and Location
  • Swing Speed
  • Current Ball
  • Preference: Tour or Tour X

We’ll be selecting the testers next week, so check back in the forum to see if you have been chosen.

EJ Boston, MA

98mph

Taylor Made TPX

Tour X

 

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  • Paul, Schenectady, NY
  • 105mph
  • Vice Pro
  • Preference: Tour

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  • Rich from Burlington, NJ
  • 95 driver SS
  • Currently play Maxfli U/6 Tour (my supply is getting low!)
  • Prefer the Tour X model for the higher ball flight, but open to either.

Even if I'm not chosen for testing, I will be following this closely as I'm about to buy them and try them out on my own. I love the U/6 Tour model that this new ball has replaced.

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On 9/19/2019 at 1:05 PM, GolfSpy STUDque said:

3.jpg

 

Sometimes the more you know, the more you realize just how little you actually know. That’s certainly been the case with the ball market in 2019 where MyGolfSpy’s testing started to peel back the layers revealing some rather uncomfortable findings regarding performance, consistency and how in the name of Zeus’ beard a package of one-dozen balls could actually be comprised of several fundamentally different balls.

Maxfli’s answer to all of this is a ball with Center of Gravity Balancing Technology which it asserts can produce a straighter (and higher) ball flight. While the jury is still out on what amounts to built-in Check-Go-Pro, functionality the Maxfli Tour and Maxfli Tour X CG balls are a surprisingly competent offering from the guy's at Dicks Sporting Goods.

2.jpg

TESTERS WANTED

We’re going to let TWELVE of our trusted forum members decide and tell the rest of the MGS Community and us all about it. We are looking for twelve members to test the Maxfli Tour and Tour X balls.

All of MyGolfSpy’s Community Reviews require a serious commitment on the part of the reviewer. You’ll need to be motivated, detail-oriented, and savvy with online forums. Writing a thorough, detailed, and honest review is a full two-month commitment, so please make sure you read the following instructions carefully and apply in the proper place.

Please note this is not a giveaway or a contest. We’re looking for golfers committed to making a full evaluation and writing a detailed review for our Community Forum. Testers will be selected based on how well they demonstrate that commitment in the official Forum Application Thread.

1.jpg

How to Apply
The testing is open to golfers who reside in the U.S. 

To apply to test, review, and keep your Maxfli Tour and Tour X balls, please reply to this thread with the following information:

  • First Name and Location
  • Swing Speed
  • Current Ball
  • Preference: Tour or Tour X

We’ll be selecting the testers next week, so check back in the forum to see if you have been chosen.

Justin M

95 mph

Srixon Qstar

Tour X

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