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I looked around briefly and didn't see anything on this, but I may have easily missed something that would've been buried deep within an older thread.  Are higher spin balls better in wet conditions?  I'm more interested in early morning dew conditions than rainy conditions, but I will appreciate any input that is given.

Driver: Cobra Speedzone 10.5 Mitsubishi AV Blue S flex

Wood: Cobra Bio Cell 3-4 Grafalloy Pro Launch Blue (low launch original version) S flex

Hybrids: Taylormade GAPR 3 KBS graphite shaft

              Strata 4 and 5 hybrids R flex

Irons: Strata 6-PW R flex

Wedges: Texan Classics 52, 56, 60 R flex

Putter: Odyssey Red Ball mallet

Ball: Srixon Q Star Tour

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From the 2019 ball test:

cheaper (2-piece) balls and matte finish balls are affected more significantly by moisture.”

https://mygolfspy.com/most-wanted-golf-ball/

The 2019 wedge test also went into detail on the impacts of moisture on spin, but from a club comparison standpoint. 

https://mygolfspy.com/2019-most-wanted-wedge/

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