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Good Found a Cut golf ball and looked  it up on internet. Read about them and then ordered a dozen Cut Grey, three piece ball with urethane cover. The ball performs well for me….Ball reviews spoke to the cover scuffing. I did not find that to be an issue however it seems that the urethane wears off quickly. At $20 a dozen, don’t mind losing them or having the urethane wear off. Is anyone else experiencing the same results. Do you know where they are made and their history?

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No idea on where they are made, but I can say that I did notice scuffing easily. I loved the 4 piece ball sometimes it felt like a marshmallow though which was weird but never consistent 

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Cut are nice golf balls.  Theyre basically the same thing as Snell, Vice or Maxfli.  All of those DTC balls are made in the same ball plants in Asia.  Ive played the Cut Red before and its a decent ball.

I dont recall exactly where they are made but I believe its either South Korea or Taiwan.

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The balls may be made in the same plants, but Snell's IP is their own.  Cut, I'm pretty sure, do not do their own design or R&D.

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Most of DTC Balls are made in same plant use patents that have expired (over 10 years old). 
QC can be poor and product can be very inconsistent. 
Remember if it’s seems too good to be True it probably isn’t. Stick with a Pro V !!!

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I played the balls and didn't care for them. It seemed to me like they had no feel. I don't know where the balls are made, but Cut is a So. Cal based company.

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I tested the Cut Grey and Blue several years ago - found them to be significantly shorter than most urethane golf balls.

Although they did spin well, they didn't wear well.

I had a dozen of each, still have a few sleeves of each left, no plans to put them into play.

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Cut is a good ball and priced correctly - no tour pros to pay and no expensive tv adds    Some criticize Cut based on consistency but that sounds like a Title list ad to me.    I'll agree tv pros playing for a million+ each week need consistency, but everyday players posting here may not be quite that good.   Cut always plays just fine for me: the balls are more consistent than our game.

Recall the original Kirkland 4 layer - great ball that had the big names - afraid of the competition -  scrambling to stop production.   Kirkland proved that great golf balls don't really cost $50 per dozen.  Cut continues the trend.  

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I did the trial sleeve of the Cut Blue DC. Those things are firm. I found distance to be comparable but the cover was very clicky for me. Of my trial pack, one ball lasted only one shot before I took it out of play due to a significant scuff (8i from a clean lie in the fairway), another one lasted a couple holes until it found a bunker and my wedge put a pretty sizable gash in the cover, and the final ball finished out the round but I knew I wasn't going to game them, so I moved it over to my shag bag. For the price, if you're good with regularly taking balls out of play (throughout a single round) and you like a very firm ball, then I think you could get some really good performance for your money with the DC.

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The Cut web site lists the DC as 105 compression: a hard golf ball unless you are playing in 100 degree heat.   

I play the 80 compression Cut gray - 3 layer with urethane cover.   Durable, and good performance.  

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On 6/29/2021 at 9:26 PM, ZenGolfer said:

Cut are nice golf balls.  Theyre basically the same thing as Snell, Vice or Maxfli.  All of those DTC balls are made in the same ball plants in Asia.  Ive played the Cut Red before and its a decent ball.

I dont recall exactly where they are made but I believe its either South Korea or Taiwan.

Not true. Snell - S Korea, Vice - Taiwan, Maxfli - Taiwan, Cut - Vietnam

On 6/29/2021 at 10:48 PM, HardcoreLooper said:

The balls may be made in the same plants, but Snell's IP is their own.  Cut, I'm pretty sure, do not do their own design or R&D.

On 7/1/2021 at 2:05 PM, Paul Wharton said:

Most of DTC Balls are made in same plant use patents that have expired (over 10 years old). 
QC can be poor and product can be very inconsistent. 
Remember if it’s seems too good to be True it probably isn’t. Stick with a Pro V !!!

Some DTC are indeed dated generic balls, they’re not all the same…

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