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4 hours ago, Tom the Golf Nut said:

Funny I just did the same thing last week in a golf tournament. Scramble format so when I was going to do something adventurous, I used a few chrome softs. Plain and with triple track. I didn't want to lose a MF Tour in case the shot didn't work out as anticipated. They were just ok for me.  No wow factor.    

We must all be of the same mind.  Played a 9 with chrome softs last week... MAYBE a bit more spin on full approach shots... with similar iron distance but definitely shorter than the Maxfli Tour for me off the tee.

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Have not played the Maxfli balls but did get two dozen white boxes in the mail today to test of the new Prov1 and Prov1x.  Cannot wait to see how they test out.  Will try the Prov1x on Monday in a no sanctioned event I am participating in.  I will find a different ball every now and then at our course and play with it a few holes, but I always come back to the Titleist premium balls and buy them during their spring special.  Right now left dash Prov1x is tops on my list in performance and durability.  

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First round of testing with the Tour & Tour X. Played 18 and alternated the balls every 3 holes. Thoroughly impressed with both but leaning towards the Tour as I have some concerns about spin with the X model. Specifically, I had a couple of short wedge shots with the X that checked much harder than expected and even though the results worked in my favor I worry that won't always be the case. I also noticed a slightly lower trajectory with the Tour model which I prefer. Playing again on Monday and will continue testing like this until I'm nearly out of balls. By then I should know for certain which model I want to game and go pick up the 4-dozen bulk pack so I'm ready for next season.

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For me, the Tour X is the better of these two Maxfli Tour model balls, but then I prefer the Snell MTBx and the ProV1x, as well as Srixon’s new Z-Star XV Diamond ball. I guess I am just a firm golf ball fan!

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Tried 2 dozen each of the Tour and Tour X.   Really like both balls but like the X slightly better.  Just went through a couple dozen of the new Srixon Z-Stars, also really nice.  But for me, I always go back to Snell.  Play both the Black and MTB X, depending on the weather and green conditions.  They’re really great balls IMHO! 

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Love the new Tour ball in matte white. Just bought a dozen. Played a round with just one ball last week and the ball/cover is perfect, not sure i can say that of the ProV’s I’ve played or the WS STAFF ball which is my other current favorite ball. Wish it still came in matte green like the 2019 ball, they were fantastic and just a beautiful bright color. 

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Maxfli balls rule.  And they're "whiter" than Titleist.  That's one thing about top dog Titleist that irks me to no end, their white is very weak & almost muted compared to the rest of the market. Possibly one of the darkest whites out there.  Maxfli all day any day.

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9 minutes ago, jstone said:

Maxfli balls rule.  And they're "whiter" than Titleist.  That's one thing about top dog Titleist that irks me to no end, their white is very weak & almost muted compared to the rest of the market. Possibly one of the darkest whites out there.  Maxfli all day any day.

Never noticed that the Titleist balls were lacking in their, as you stated almost muted white color.  In looking at my new ones, they look bright and shiny.  Maybe it's just me.  Am 76 and never have a problem following them in flight or when they land.  Have no problem finding them  Not a problem for those who make a living playing them.  Guess it is a personal thing.  Hakuna matata.   

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Love the Maxfli TourX. Just made my eighth hole in one and first one in 20 years!

66 years old with pretty slow club head speed and the TourX spins better for me than any ball I have ever played!

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I finally had the opportunity to do a objective comparison between my day-to-day favorite Titlist, the Pro V1-X (I actually like the left dash a little better, but they're harder to come by) and the MaxFli Tour X. On a cold rainy day here in mid-Michigan, I got on a new TrackMan monitor at Bogie's Indoor Golf in Tawas; nice people & facility, check them out if you're in the area (btw, I have NO affiliation with them what-so-ever). After warming up, I hit about 20 driver shots with each ball, alternating a couple of times to avoid warming up/fatigue variances which, of course, didn't eliminate my usual dumb-a🤪🤪 variances. That certainly doesn't make this a scientific study by any means, but it's the best I could do. Parsing the data a couple of ways, the MaxFli Tour X out performed the Prov 1-X. My best 5 shots resulted in +9 yards carry and -318 rpm spin. The best 8 shots had+9.9 yards carry and -142 spin. Including more shots started introducing bad shots of some form so I didn't include them (yes, I know... pretty ugly consistency).

I didn't record 54 & 58 degree partial wedge shots, but spin was comparable within my ability (which is to say probably not all that consistent). But I'm ending the season here in Michigan playing to about a 10 or 11 Hdcp and a lot of that is due to my improved play from 100 yards or less. So I'm comfortable with the spin comparison that I saw.

I'm glad my little test was so positive since I bought the 4 dozen pack from Dick's. Now to get them in actual play....

Edit/Update: One last bit of parsing. The best 3 shots with each ball had nearly identical attack angle and spin numbers. When adjusting the resulting carry number due to a higher average swing speed with the MaxFli Tour X shots, it was still nearly 6 yards longer than the Pro V1-X. So... equal or better performance at nearly half the price? I'm anxious to get some actual playing time in to see if this holds!

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2 minutes ago, Rix said:

Love the Maxfli TourX. Just made my eighth hole in one and first one in 20 years!

66 years old with pretty slow club head speed and the TourX spins better for me than any ball I have ever played!

Congratulations.  Eight is priceless.  I am 76 and took up this crazy game in 1984 and have been blessed to have had four.  May 2001, May 2012, Dec 2015, and Jan 2021.  Shot 69 three days after my 68th birthday with a double bogey on hole 18.  Why I have stuck with the Prov1s.  Hopefully, I can catch you one day.  Great accomplishment.      

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3 minutes ago, MIgregb said:

I finally had the opportunity to do a objective comparison between my day-to-day favorite Titlist, the Pro V1-X (I actually like the left dash a little better, but they're harder to come by) and the MaxFli Tour X. On a cold rainy day here in mid-Michigan, I got on a new TrackMan monitor at Bogie's Indoor Golf in Tawas; nice people & facility, check them out if you're in the area (btw, I have NO affiliation with them what-so-ever). After warming up, I hit about 20 driver shots with each ball, alternating a couple of times to avoid warming up/fatigue variances which, of course, didn't eliminate my usual dumb-a🤪🤪 variances. That certainly doesn't make this a scientific study by any means, but it's the best I could do. Parsing the data a couple of ways, the MaxFli Tour X out performed the Prov 1-X. My best 5 shots resulted in +9 yards carry and -318 rpm spin. The best 8 shots had+9.9 yards carry and -142 spin. Including more shots started introducing bad shots of some form so I didn't include them (yes, I know... pretty ugly consistency).

I didn't record 54 & 58 degree partial wedge shots, but spin was comparable within my ability (which is to say probably not all that consistent). But I'm ending the season here in Michigan playing to about a 10 or 11 Hdcp and a lot of that is due to my improved play from 100 yards or less. So I'm comfortable with the spin comparison that I saw.

I'm glad my little test was so positive since I bought the 4 dozen pack from Dick's. Now to get them in actual play....

I have played the Prov1s, since as long as I can remember, but have taken a liking to the new left dash.  Have not had much of a problem finding that ball.  I deal with a local specialty golf shop who is a Titleist/FootJoy account, who is a fitter, repairer, and has a staff of ten who offer lessons.  I check with them on a regular basis and buy all my equipment from them.  Am stocking up so when my current stock of Prov1s run out, I will make the transfer over to the left dash.  That ball performs well with all my clubs.  Love the height, spin and distance.  At 76 I needed every yard I can get.  Will be starting to test the new Prov1s and Prov1xs on Monday.  My white boxes arrived yesterday.  Interesting to see what they have to offer.  Guess that my blood runs Titleist.  I have played in the past a lot of other balls in my early years of playing golf and I can honestly say that there has only been one other ball that I liked and it was the Taylor Made Penta golf ball.  That has been many many years back.      

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FAIRWAY - TSi2 15.75* - Fujikura Motore Speeder VC 6.1 S

HYBRID - 816H1 19.0* - Fujikura Motore Speeder HB 8.8 Tour Spec S

HYBRID - 818H1 23.0* - Fujikura Motore Speeder HB 8.8 Tour Spec S

IRONS - T300 (2019) - 5-W - True Temper AMT Red 107g-95gm R300

WEDGES - VOKEY SM9 - 52.08F, 56.10S - True Temper AMT Red 94gm R300                                      Backup Wedge - VOKEY SM7 - 58.12D (Snow flaked "Z" ) - N.S. PRO 950GH R300       

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PRIMARY PUTTER -  2020 CAMERON SPECIAL SELECT CUSTOM  - 35" Newport 2 w/GolfPride SNSR 104 Grip                                                                                                                                                    

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21 hours ago, Rix said:

Love the Maxfli TourX. Just made my eighth hole in one and first one in 20 years!

66 years old with pretty slow club head speed and the TourX spins better for me than any ball I have ever played!

How is the distance for you off the tee with the "X"? Have you played the non-X to be ab;e to give a comparison?

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1 hour ago, PhilM75072 said:

How is the distance for you off the tee with the "X"? Have you played the non-X to be ab;e to give a comparison?

Sure did. The feel and flight of the Maxfli Tour just didn’t seem great to me. It’s really the same reason I never cared for the ProV1 and always played the ProV1x. The Tour seems to give me a little more carry and seems to give me a little more spin on full shots into the green. In a perfect world I would probably play the Tour model from 80 yards and in, the TourX everywhere else. With my slower club head speed I don’t spin the ball a lot in my short game but like the help the TourX model gives me in the long game

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13 minutes ago, Rix said:

Sure did. The feel and flight of the Maxfli Tour just didn’t seem great to me. It’s really the same reason I never cared for the ProV1 and always played the ProV1x. The Tour seems to give me a little more carry and seems to give me a little more spin on full shots into the green. In a perfect world I would probably play the Tour model from 80 yards and in, the TourX everywhere else. With my slower club head speed I don’t spin the ball a lot in my short game but like the help the TourX model gives me in the long game

Did you get the chance to play the left dash Prov1x.  Or maybe the holy grail, the Prov1 left dot?

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On 10/12/2022 at 8:01 PM, Sluggo42 said:

I found them to be maybe a hair softer? But that might be my imagination. What’s good is they spin very well, and they are long, maybe longer than pv1, but, these are non-quantified results. But, I sure wouldn’t spend money on pv’s when you can get these for less than half. And of blindfolded, I wouldn’t be able to tell the difference. Altho if blindfolded, I wouldn’t be able to hit the ball anyways…

Exact same experience here. I tested Tour and ProV1 while wearing earbuds to try and minimize the influence of sound on feel and the Tour is mayyyyyyybe a touch softer. But agree; if blindfolded? Definitely couldn't tell.

The ONLY thing I think I can pick apart between the two is performance in the wind. ProV1 is definitely less affected, but IMHO not double-the-price worth...

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It is all about choosing what you want to afford.  I am a Titleist guy and will find a way.  I cannot hit the ball as far as I use to, but at 76 I am happy with 220 - 240 all day long off the senior tees.  Retirement is a good thing and having a sweet retirement part time job helps.  

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HYBRID - 818H1 23.0* - Fujikura Motore Speeder HB 8.8 Tour Spec S

IRONS - T300 (2019) - 5-W - True Temper AMT Red 107g-95gm R300

WEDGES - VOKEY SM9 - 52.08F, 56.10S - True Temper AMT Red 94gm R300                                      Backup Wedge - VOKEY SM7 - 58.12D (Snow flaked "Z" ) - N.S. PRO 950GH R300       

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On 10/14/2022 at 8:57 PM, Webz59 said:

Tried 2 dozen each of the Tour and Tour X.   Really like both balls but like the X slightly better.  Just went through a couple dozen of the new Srixon Z-Stars, also really nice.  But for me, I always go back to Snell.  Play both the Black and MTB X, depending on the weather and green conditions.  They’re really great balls IMHO! 

Were those the Srixon Z-Star XV Diamond balls that you tried? I love those golf balls, and they are the only ball model that I (very slightly) prefer over the OnCore Vero X1. However, the new Vero X2 from OnCore begins shipping this month to select members of Club OnCore (including me), and I am hoping that the X2 with it’s higher compression suits me and my golf game even better.

BTW, Brooks Koepka just won the LIV Tour event in Saudi Arabia using the Srixon XV Diamond ball.

 

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4-Wood: Titleist TS2, 16.5*, Miyazaki Kuala Mizu Tour Issue 7S, 42.75" playing length

5/7-Wood: Callaway Epic Flash Sub Zero set to 20* loft; Tensei Blue 75-S, 41.5" playing length

Hybrids: Exotics EXS Pro (22*), Mitsubishi Tensei Silver 75S

Irons: Exotics EXS220 5-iron and New Level MODB-1 (6-iron through PW), KBS TGI Tour 80 (stiff) shafts

Wedges: New Hogan Equalizer wedges (48* and 56* + Maltby TSW Forged 52-8, all bent 1* weak

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On 10/16/2022 at 9:10 AM, ChuckZ said:

Did you get the chance to play the left dash Prov1x.  Or maybe the holy grail, the Prov1 left dot?

I haven’t. Not at a place with my game to pay that much for a golf ball. I’ll pay for ProV1, ProV1X or AVX but don’t think I would see enough of a difference to warrant the extra $$$$$

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