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Testers ANNOUNCED: Top Flite Gamer Golf Balls


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Henri

Miami Lakes, FL

Pro V1x or Kirklands

played new Top Flights that I find occasionally 

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Ray, Pinehurst, NC

Currently play various balls, ProV 1, Srixon, Callaway mostly

I have no problems with them and they are inexpensive

 

Pinehurst NC, a quaint little drinking town with a golfing problem.

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First Name: Mark

City/State: Seal Beach, CA

Current Ball Played: Callaway Chrome Soft

Tell us your past experiences with any Top Flite ball.: None since the 1970's when we would use on windy days. 

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Brady 

Dallas, TX

Bridgestone Tour B RX

I’ve played the old Top Flite models occasionally growing up but this summer o tried out the new Top Flite Hammer/Control ball. Had a good experience with it. Tried it for the price... wasn’t as durable as I’d like. Some balls had blemishes out of the box.

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Alfy

Wellington, FL

Callaway Chrome Soft or Vice 3 piece 

I have never tried any of the Top Flite products honestly. Due to a back injury that had seriously impacted my game I have been switching gears on the golf balls I play due to slower swing speeds. I’ve shifted my focus on budget friendly options that offer good performance for my new game.

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Ryan

Carbondale, IL

Bridgestone Tour BX

No real experience. Found some in the woods and used as backup balls. 

:taylormade-small: Sim Max 10.5º Ventus Red Velocore 6S 45"

:taylormade-small: R11 15º

:taylormade-small: Burner 4 hybrid

:mizuno-small: JPX 919 Forged KBS 120

:mizuno-small:S18 52, 56

:taylormade-small: HiToe 60

:odyssey-small: O-Works 7

:bridgestone-small: Tour B X

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Juro

Los Osos, CA

Titleist Pro V1X

I used to play Top Flite balls in early 1990s because they were affordable and okay... cheap but competitive. Good distance, too. 

Juro Kiyama

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20 hours ago, Golfspy_CG2 said:

Testers Wanted 

The title of this testing opportunity already told you what ball is being tested.  But if it had been a blind test and we were to have listed the following aspects of this ball, how many would have guessed it was for a Top Flite Ball?

  • 3-piece construction blends feel, control and distance. 
  • Dimple in Dimple Aerodynamics help maintain lift to generate maximum carry and distance
  • Soft, Ionomer cover provides elevated greenside control and improved touch
  • DuPont HPF mantle layer positioned between the core and cover reduces long game spin for accuracy
  • Larger, high-speed core construction optimizes lower compression for softer feel and ultimate distance off the tee
  • Combination of the re-engineered core, mantle layer and cover formulation elevates playability

Long gone are the days of being referred to as Top Rock.  The Top Flite Gamer is a surprisingly nice feeling ball with some real get up and go distance.   Don't take our word for it, we want you to test it and report back on it.

How to Apply

In a post below, please provide the following information, but DO NOT QUOTE this post when doing so.

First Name

City/State

Current Ball Played

Tell us your past experiences with any Top Flite ball. 

 

 

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First Name:  Mark

City/State  Columbus, IN

Current Ball Played    Titleist Prov1x

Tell us your past experiences with any Top Flite ball.    Too long ago to remember

Driver:   :ping-small:  G410Max @ 10°
3wd:  :ping-small: G410 (14.5°)
Hybrid: :ping-small: G410 #3 (small +)
Irons:  :ping-small: i210 4-9
Wedges:  :ping-small: Glide 2.0:  50, 56@55, 60
Putter: :ping-small: Sigma 2 Anser

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Bob

Georgia

Bridgestone e-12 Soft

I've Ive played Top Flite in the past up until 2015 or so.  Always seemed like a hard ball but very durable.  I switched to Bridgestone for the feel but I would like to test the Gamer as I've heard that it's a better ball than the previous Top Flites were.

 

WITB - A Cobra Speedback Driver, Cobra fairway 3 wood, Infinity 7 wood, two Golfworks 20* and 23* Iron hybrids, Bridgestone Irons from 6i through PW, e  Infinity wedges, and a Heavy Putter. All but the putter have various UST/Mamiya shafts. I assembled all the clubs and shafts myself as a Custom Club Builder.

 

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Rick

San Diego, CA

Titleist ProV1 (par 4/5) and Callaway Chrome Soft (par 3s)

I grew up playing Top Flites when I learned the game. I played the XL and XL2000 before I switched to Titleist. I remember them being as hard as rocks. 

Ping G400 8* Evenflow Blue 6.0 62g GP Wrap Jumbo

Titleist TS2 15* Hzrdus Smoke 6.0 70g GP MCC Plus 4

Titleist TSi2 21* Hzrdus Smoke RDX 6.0 80g GP MCC Plus 4

Titleist U500 4ii 23* Hzrdus Smoke 6.0 90g GP MCC Plus 4

Titleist T-MB 5i & 6i DG S300 120g GP MCC Plus 4

Titleist MB 7i-PW KBS C-Taper Lite 115g GP MCC Plus 4

Titleist 52* 8* SM5 K grind, 58* 13* SM5  S grind GP MCC Plus 4

Ping Vault 2.0 Ketsch Stealth  Ping PP61 grip

Titleist Pro V1 or TaylorMade TP5x or Bridgestone Tour B XS

Ping DLX Bag 2020, Arccos Caddie Gen 2 Sensors, Rapsodo MLM, Sun Mountain Micro Cart with Alphard v2 Booster

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