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Okay folks, this topic will never cease to be moot, but always fun.

Let's hear about your preferred premium golf ball: Why, how, what, who? Have you been fitted for your golf ball?

While I completely agree that the Titleist Pro V1 is the undisputed champion of all golf balls and that its performance is the highest in basically every category, I was stunned at the price of a dozen balls of this year's model (i.e., 83.92$ or 6.99$/ball)). I still make it an absolute requirement for my game to minimally play with a 3-piece urethane golf ball, but I'm officially done buying premium balls at retail price.

Personally, my go-to balls are:

  • Srixon Z-Star (6.71$/ball): To me, it's a very similar ball to the Pro V1 only it comes on sale (40-50% off) multiple times during the season so I can stack up as needed for a very resonable price. I don't especially like a clicky higher compression ball so anything around 90 max is perfect for me. Performance with driver is stellar and control around the greens is definitely a strong point.
  • Srixon Q-Star Tour (4.31$/ball): This is one of the most underrated ball in my opinion. It has lower compression than the Z-Star (around 70) but still feels responsive and not too squishy off the face. Once again, it comes on sale regularly during the season.
  • Kirkland Performance+ V2.0 (2.16$/ball): While it is far from being my preferred ball because its compression is high for my liking and it feels too clicky off the face (and is too spinny, especially with driver, as a result), performance around the green is stunning and the price point is simply impossible to match: 51.73$ for 2 dozens. It's a ball that I can use reliably on difficult par 3s with water and don't care too much if I lose it after a single swing on occasion.
  • TaylorMade TP5 & TP5x (6.71$/ball): The TP5 is also a ball that I consider very similar to the Pro V1 and Z-Star from what I have experienced. Last boxing day, is was able to find both models at half price and have been alternating both this season. While the TP5x is a bit clicky to me (high compression), it is miles ahead of the Kirkland Performance+ V2.0 in terms of feel. That being said, the price of a dozen balls being 80.47$ at retail, I always prioritize both Srixon models above (and possibly the Z-Star Diamond and Z-Star XV) when they are on sale.
  • TaylorMade Tour Response (5.27$/ball): Similar to the Srixon Q-Star Tour, I think that it is an "entry premium ball" that is worth using. On sale, it is wonderful. At regular price, I would once again prioritize Srixon models.

Being from Canada, I have yet to really test DTC brands like Maxfli, Vice, OnCore, Snell, etc. Most of these brands are based in the US and after conversion rate + customs fees, their agressive prices end up being not so interesting. I am eager to eventually try some of their offerings though.

NOTE: All prices mentioned above are in CANADIAN dollars at retail and include applicable taxes. I know it is much higher than prices in USD, but the ratios between ball prices is the main point to keep in mind here.

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Forgot to add TM Tour Response

D: Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.0ebce72d60b9ee4e1161e241fbbd9429.png Rogue ST Max LS 9° / Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.d0d357367dfa8603e4c4c28d6264026b.png Rogue White 130 MSI 70X

3W: Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.4a59074c9744cc7e092f2c36e18ab3de.png Sim Max 15° / Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.6803317b2b3571b718d8c629a4de5c56.png Ventus Blue FW 6S

3H: Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.6cb9c9932faadee028fda9a351832472.png TSi3 20° / True Temper Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.9a635b7848f15fd4613c0dfb4aad00e0.png Smoke Black RDX 6.0 80HYB

4i-PW: image.png.54cd730cdbf83f1301bb01ca97353cf9.png 01CB / Capturedcran2023-10-05111734.png.2d7f7e831dcd320c5c5d06d9d07a8556.png Tour 130X 2023 tester

52°-56°-60°: Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.4a59074c9744cc7e092f2c36e18ab3de.png Milled Grind 2 / True Temper Capturedcran2023-10-05111734.png.76d14504ff83a37b897afbd6c4a1f0e0.png S200

PCapturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.cf5a492ebe80529a929e3f89cb5060c7.png DFX 2-ball

Ball: Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.9ff2829469d46ce26b695253efbcd6a1.png Q-Star Tour & Z-Star and Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.4a59074c9744cc7e092f2c36e18ab3de.png TP5 & TP5x

Grips: D-3W: image.png.ec39cb9c1e60dc5987a37598700b82cc.png Z-Grip Cord / 3H-PW: Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.d618cbfa3b9983eb4bb68d740c266b8a.png Crossline 360 / Wedges: Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.d618cbfa3b9983eb4bb68d740c266b8a.png Genesis Crossline Cord

Bag: image.png.45e8d8c11fdf4042fc63eb6c5195276e.png Anyday Ronin 14 2024 tester

Stat tracking: image.png.d3672a19dde52cc71c030458c62e5421.png X5

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I'm personally a huge fan of the ZStar. High performing ball, suits my game, multiple major winner, and is amongst the most inexpensive in the premium bracket. I'm looking forward to see how these fare when the ball test results get released.

 

We in Australia have a similar problem with direct to consumer balls. For a dozen Maxfli Tours, the best price is equivalent to $83US.

Cobra F9 9.5° (Hzrdus Yellow X)

Cobra Speedzone 15° (Tensei Blue X)

Srixon H85 19° (Hzrdus Black 85 6.0)

Mizuno MP20 MMC 4-PW (KBS $ Taper 120S)

Mizuno T20 51°, 55°, 59° (KBS $ Taper 120S)

Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5.5 34"

Srixon ZStar

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This doesn’t help you much, but I really grew to like the Maxfli Tour in my Sugar ball testing. Would like to try the Tour S as well.

  • Driver : :callaway-small: Rogue ST Max LS, 10.5° loft, MCA TENSEI AV White 65g, Stiff flex (44.5", Draw setting)
  • 3-Wood: :callaway-small: Rogue ST LS, 15° loft, MCA TENSEI AV Blue 65g, Reg flex (42.25", tipped 0.5")
  • 3-Utility: :Sub70: 699 Pro V2 Utility Satin, 18° loft, :projectx: HZRDUS Smoke Black RDX 80g, 5.5 flex
  • Irons: :titleist-small: T200 6i-GW, 27°-48° lofts, Nippon Modus3 120g, Stiff flex (+0.25”, 1° upright)
  • Wedges:  Indi FLX S-Grind, 52°/56°/60° lofts, Dynamic Gold Spinner 115g, Wedge flex
  • Putter:cobra-small: King Vintage Sport 60, SteelFiber P125 shaft (34"), :garsen: Quad Tour Taper grip
  • Bag: :cobra-small: Ultralight Pro, Ski Patrol/Black
  • Push Cart: :BagBoy: Nitron, Black/Red
  • Rangefinder: Bushnell Tour V5 Shift

 2023 MGS Forum Review: Sugar Golf Balls (Final Review Posted)
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There is a local company not so far from my place that sells recycled/retrieved golf balls and they supposedly evaluate each ball to make sure that the drop in performance/integrity is minimal.

Personally, I have a phobia of any recycled balls and I’m not even talking about refurbished balls just yet. Nevertheless, I bought 4 dozen recycled Pro V1s graded 5A (highest quality below brand new) at the beginning of the season because they had a buy 1 get 1 free deal and so far, I am very impressed! These balls perform as I would expect a brand new ball to.

What is your experience with used balls?

D: Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.0ebce72d60b9ee4e1161e241fbbd9429.png Rogue ST Max LS 9° / Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.d0d357367dfa8603e4c4c28d6264026b.png Rogue White 130 MSI 70X

3W: Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.4a59074c9744cc7e092f2c36e18ab3de.png Sim Max 15° / Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.6803317b2b3571b718d8c629a4de5c56.png Ventus Blue FW 6S

3H: Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.6cb9c9932faadee028fda9a351832472.png TSi3 20° / True Temper Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.9a635b7848f15fd4613c0dfb4aad00e0.png Smoke Black RDX 6.0 80HYB

4i-PW: image.png.54cd730cdbf83f1301bb01ca97353cf9.png 01CB / Capturedcran2023-10-05111734.png.2d7f7e831dcd320c5c5d06d9d07a8556.png Tour 130X 2023 tester

52°-56°-60°: Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.4a59074c9744cc7e092f2c36e18ab3de.png Milled Grind 2 / True Temper Capturedcran2023-10-05111734.png.76d14504ff83a37b897afbd6c4a1f0e0.png S200

PCapturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.cf5a492ebe80529a929e3f89cb5060c7.png DFX 2-ball

Ball: Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.9ff2829469d46ce26b695253efbcd6a1.png Q-Star Tour & Z-Star and Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.4a59074c9744cc7e092f2c36e18ab3de.png TP5 & TP5x

Grips: D-3W: image.png.ec39cb9c1e60dc5987a37598700b82cc.png Z-Grip Cord / 3H-PW: Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.d618cbfa3b9983eb4bb68d740c266b8a.png Crossline 360 / Wedges: Capturedcran2023-10-05105502.png.d618cbfa3b9983eb4bb68d740c266b8a.png Genesis Crossline Cord

Bag: image.png.45e8d8c11fdf4042fc63eb6c5195276e.png Anyday Ronin 14 2024 tester

Stat tracking: image.png.d3672a19dde52cc71c030458c62e5421.png X5

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          I have tried several golf balls, usually long term (depending on how quickly I lose them I try out at least 36 golf balls per brand or type). The following worked the best for me at the time. I used less expensive balls when I first started (because I lost so many) but I found that Noodle long and soft were inexpensive and did not pile on by adding more spin and spinning off course on my already wayward shots. It was therefore the best for my game at the time. As my game progressed I moved on to Wilson staff as a somewhat more expensive ball (bought on-line for less) and was very happy with the short game feel I got from them.

          Last year I moved up to using Titleist Tru-feel for several months and loved the short game feel but was losing more than a few yards off the tee box. Finally, although I still lose a few golf balls, I have moved up to Titleist V1x (2016 used) bought in bulk on-line and have really seen a remarkable amount of progress wherein the ball goes when it is supposed to go and stops when it is supposed to stop!!! Remarkable--what's the old punch line---it's not you it's your clubs (ball, shoes, lack of practice, etc.) but clearly, for me, the ball you play makes a greater difference in lowering my score than any other piece of equipment. Which is logical because the golf ball is the only piece of equipment that you use on every hole. 

          For example, after establishing the Titleists as my golf ball de-jour I remember once being in a hurry and leaving half of my clubs in my practice bag (a small Sunday bag) at home because my buddy gave me the wrong tee time. I scrambled out of the house with only my main golf bag and played with only the nine remaining clubs (none of my favorite, go-to clubs). I actually shot 3 strokes better!! 

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I have tried the Vice Zero so if I was looking for a cheap or winter ball that would be it. Pretty soon leaves are going to start falling and finding golf balls could become a lot more difficult. 

I intend to stick with Vice for the forseesble future. I get great numbers from the pro plus. Enjoy the feel and overall performance along with Price. 

Difference between zero and pro plus really isn't that much either.

⛳🛄 as of Nov 6, 2023 (Past WITB
Driver:  :callaway-small: Paradym TD w/ GD ADDI 6X Driver Shootout! 

Wood:    :cobra-small: F7 3 wood 14.5* w/ Motore F1 Shaft

Irons:   :titleist-small: T Series - T200 5 Iron
                                          T150 6-9 Iron
                                          T100 PW/GW

Wedge:  Toura Golf - A Spec 53,37,61 degree 

Putter:  Screenshot 2023-06-02 13.10.30.png Mezz Max!

Balls:     Vice Pro Plus Drip (Blue/Orange)

 

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I have stopped buying premium balls. I have a couple of boxes of pro v’s lying around due to some side deals. But when you go through the MGS report, the Srixon AD333 is half the price, may be 2-4yards shorter in carry ( roll out is another thing) but it is the wedge spin that is so close (200 rpm) , you cannot help but be persuaded that it’s actually the ball to use. So I do. 

Epic speed - GPLB in long flex 

Ping 425 max 3 wood/ Callaway Rogue 5w

PXG 7 wood/ Ping g425 Crossover 3 

Ping G430 irons 5- 46 degree (+2 degree loft)  ( graphite shafts) 

Ping  glide 4 , 50,56

Vokey SM6 60 degree M grind

yes Donna or maybe a centre shaft white hot 2ball 

assorted updates/ stand ins stored safely for the call up

Still adjusting the set up 

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I was hitting the PXG ball against PROV/X yesterday on course situations . Off the tee was eh ok . Coming into the green showed the difference . The half wedge was the knockout punch . First short wedge the cover started to shred . Doesn’t matter what Value the PXG ball offers, when you hit a fairway then wedge into the green and now it’s not usable . 

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Not loyal to one brand , I’ll use whatever works

 

 

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I have been waiting for the MGS ball test results to help me find the best Winter substitute for the Pro V1x that I use all Summer. I don’t lose many balls at my home course, but during the 5 Winter months I spend in Myrtle Beach, my losses go way up. I have decided the Vice Pro is a good candidate based on the test results, but like you, I am in Canada and not able to access DTC balls reasonably. I did notice that I could buy a single dozen of the prior gen Vice Pro balls from Amazon, so I am using these to test out until I head south. If they work out well, I’ll be able to order the current gen balls while I’m in Myrtle Beach. 

Ping G425- D, 3, 7

Ping i230- 5 to U

Ping Glide 3- 54/14, 58/14

Cameron Select Newport 2

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I really like the Vice Pro Plus.  Distance is still there and spin control as well.  I’ve also been trying out the PXG Xtreme golf ball and it is performing very well also.  The PXG ball compression is quite high and you can definitely feel/hear it.  It has a bit of a “clicky” sound in my opinion.  However, the results are really good.  Once you get used to the sound, it’s a phenomenal ball at a really good price. P

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As I lose too many golf balls during the season from wayward drives, I don't play "premium" golf balls. I play a value ball like the Maxfli Softfli. Good distance, helps me to try to stay in the fairway most of the time. Not so bad around the green, when struck well with a wedge. I would like to play a "better" ball, but not for me at this time. Most of them have too much spin off the tee for me. I have tried quite a few premium balls, and come back to a two-piece balls, which have less spin of the tee. I have heard the argument about all balls being equal off the tee! Sorry, not so! And I have heard this from low capper players that gave complained that certain premium balls spin too much for them off the tee. High capper here, and sticking with my value ball at this time...

Driver-Ping g410 SFT, 3W-Callaway Diablo Octane, Hybrids-Snake Eyes Viper 18*+ 21*, Irons-GigaGolf Reva Hybrid Irons 24*- 46*, Wedges-Cleveland CBX2's 50*54*58*, Putter-Cleveland Huntington Beach Soft 11c

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It’s the pro v1 for me. It just does everything really well. I’ve tried to switch to cheaper balls but I always end up with the pro v1 in the end

TaylorMade Stealth 10.5* Graphite design Tour_AD GP-6 Stiff :taylormade-small:

Titleist TSi2 15* Fairway wood Hazardous Smoke Black Stiff :titleist-small:

Titleist TSi2 18* Hybrid Hazardous Smoke Stiff :titleist-small:

Titleist TSi2 24* Hybrid Hazardous Smoke Stiff Titleist TSi2 21* :titleist-small:

Titleist T200 Nippon NS Pro Modus 3 5-PW :titleist-small:

Titleist SM 8 Wedges 50* 8 - 56* 14 - 60* 8 :titleist-small:

Scotty Cameron Special Select Newport Putter :scotty-cameron-1:

Titleist Hybrid 14 Stand Bag :titleist-small:

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Titleist AVX - lower trajectory

Yes, fitted - I spent hours on simulator hitting batches of ProV1 and AVX and comparing notes.

As long as descent angle is similar, a lower ball flight helps on breezy days.

Driver FW - Titleist 917

Irons 4 to 8 - Titleist T300 2° flat

Irons 9 to wedges - George Nicoll Royal musclebacks 70s vintage

Putter - Scotty Cameron Select blackout

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PRO V1 all day and everyday!

bought 4 dz. Used mint from Used golf balls and they play great…tried a bunch of lower compression balls due to my old guy swing speed…but they didn’t impress and were a lot shorter…and really didn’t have that crispy feel to me…so I’m committed to ol’reliable.

Driver PXG 0311 Black Ops 10.5 Cypher R Flex

3&5 Woods PXG 0311 Gen 5 Cypher R Flex

4 Utility PXK 0311 Gen 5 Cypher R Flex

5-GW PXG 0311 Gen 5 Cypher A Flex

Wedge 56 Taylormade MG4

Grip JumboMax JMX Zen Lite Medium

Putter Lab Mezz Max Broomstick @42.5x78.5

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I don’t play a “premium” ball or do I. The Seed SD-01 is as good as the Pro-v1 and half the price

:tour-edge: C721 9.5 Project X Hzrdus Smoke Blue RDX
:tour-edge: C721 15 Project X Hzrdus Smoke Blue RDX
:tour-edge: C721 18 Project X Hzrdus Smoke Blue RDX
:tour-edge:EXS220 22 Project X Hzrdus Smoke Black
:tour-edge: EXS Pro Forged 5-PW True Temper Dynamic Gold 105 Stiff
:ping-small: Glide 4.0 50/SS Nippon NS Pro Modus3 Tour 105 X Stiff (8i shaft)
:ping-small: Glide 4.0 54/SS Nippon NS Pro Modus3 Tour 105 X Stiff (8i shaft)
:ping-small: Glide 4.0 58/SS Nippon NS Pro Modus3 Tour 105 X Stiff (8i shaft)
:mizuno-small: M-Craft VI with BGT Stability shaft and Super Stroke Zenergy XL Flatso 2.0 (25g CounterCore weight)
seed.png.34e6908c56b2f4a28f3511fa62a86f0d.png SD-01 ball 

 MGS Galway Bay Rain Gear Review: https://forum.mygolfspy.com/topic/60769-galway-bay-rain-gear-2023-forum-review/

MGS Star Grip Review: https://forum.mygolfspy.com/topic/63328-star-grips-2024-forum-review/

 

 

 

 

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Callaway Chrome Soft X

:callaway-logo-1: Rouge ST Max Driver 12.5 degree with 

:taylormade-small: SIM 2 Max 5 wood

:callaway-logo-1: Rouge ST Max 4 hybrid

:cobra-small: LTDX One Length 5 hybrid, 6 thru SW irons with :kbs: shafts

:scotty-cameron-1: Studio Style Newport 2.5 putter

:callaway-small: Chrome Soft triple track golf balls

:ShotScope: Connex Mobile Enabled Performance Tracking Tags

 

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Titleist Left Dash ProV1x and I will never buy a different ball ever!!! I try to save a few dollars on dozens by only buying when I have a 20% discount coupon or $10-$20 off per dozen. I havent bought a dozen of premium balls for full price ever. I just buy a dozen with a coupon even if I dont actually need a dozen. Also take advantage of the buy 3 get 1 free specials (in addition to using a coupon on top of that deal) to really discount the price. Used Callaway Chrome Soft and chrome soft X LS for a few years, also used Pro V1, but left dash has by far performed better off the tee and i get spin back on the greens/check ups.

"Stay in the short grass"

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Nothing beats or compares to Titliest Pro V1's for me. But when I look to try other balls to be sure I am not missing out on "new" technology, I have found 2 balls that I like and use now when I am not playing in tournaments or money games. They are: Bridgestone B RX and Vice Pro Soft. My swing speed is in the low 90's and these balls work well giving me distance with control. Buy 3 dz packs of Bridgestone for $109 and Vice Pro's for $108 -$3.00/ball vs Titliest at over $5.00/ball. Still go back to my Pro V1's when winning is paramount.

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I have enjoyed both the TaylorMade Tour Response and Srixon Q-Star Tour (love the Divide but not the matte finish so usually opt for yellow).  My Pro V’s are all foundlings.

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Driver:  Ping G425 Max (10.5º; Regular )

Fwy:  Cobra King SZ (3; Regular); Ping G410 (5; Regular)

Hybrids: Ping G410 (22º and 26º; Regular)

Irons: Cleveland Launcher XL (6-U)

Wedges: Ping Glide 3.0 (54º/12º), and Ping Glide 3.0 Eye2 (58º/8º)

Putter:  Ping Karsten Anser X

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Great thread. I'll say the srixon z star is an excellent ball. The Wilson staff model ball is awesome, it carries a long way. Is a bit firm and clicky but performance is everything a PV1x is. The Wilson Triad is also fantastic, very long, softer than Staff model but a players ball through and through. 

The vice pro and pro plus are both excellent. With the funky colors and drip balls they're very catchy. Besides the cosmetics, both balls are legit player balls. I really play well with the vice balls. 

This summer I played mostly Wilson and Vice. My wife was a 4.2 before our son was born. It's rare but if she hit a second ball off the tee it was out of my pocket because she doesn't use or have  pockets apparently. She really likes the Triad and that's what she says she'd use if not her trusty PV1. 

In reality I think all these manufacturers are making great equipment and it really doesn't matter which bullet you choose. It is the Indian not the arrow. Hope this helps, love these topics. 

 

Irons: Cobra RadSpeed 5-PW

Wedges: 48 MacGregor VIP, 52 Taylor Made, 56 Cobra, 60 Cleveland 900

Woods: Cobra Radspeed Driver, 3 wood, 3 hybrid

Putter:  Original Odyssey 2 Ball with Superstroke fat grip

Ball:  Wilson Triad, Vice Pro, Snell MBT, Srixon Z Star

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I start by looking at tests from MGS and Today's Golfer, then including Ballnamic. I took the top 3-5 balls from each (there were a few overlaps so not like I had to test that many really) and did a few tests of my own with putting, chipping, and full swing with Trackman.

Taking into consideration price discounts since I usually buy several at a time. If one ball is a yard or two shorter on the driver or spins a couple hundred less on the wedge but is several dollars cheaper on the dozen then I'll take that into consideration. Also, I prefer a yellow ball which limits some choices and I'll play white if it's that much better but I can usually find what I want in yellow. 

So my top pick for now is the Wilson Staff. It was top 3 in most tests and categories, available in yellow, and had a buy 2 get 1 deal. 

Others that made the top 5 after all my tests. Chrome Soft X LS, Maxfli Tour X,  Bridgestone B X, Chrome Soft X

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My go-to ball for the last several seasons has been a yellow Pro V1.  I've found that my short game has improved with the ball and the lower spin has kept the really big misses off of the tee out of my game.

Last fall I bought a dozen Maxfli Tour balls to play through the leaves and was amazed at how well the ball performed.   It feels somehow lighter at contact than the Pro V1 and I did lose a yard or two off of the tee, but the ball was really playable and was $29.99 rather than $50 for the Titleists.  

I have not been fit for either of these balls but plan on adding that to the off-season list when I get fit for a new set of sticks.  

Driver; Callaway RAZR Fit

Fairway and hybrids: Callaway X2 Pro

Irons: Mizuno JPX 825

Wedges: Mizuno JPX 825 Pro

Putter: Scotty Cameron Newport 2

 

 

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Pro V1x. Consistent high quality, great distance and feel around the green. Flies higher for me than Pro V1.


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Madison bats -

Driver - Callaway Mavrik 10.5*, Reg 55 gram Riptide

3W - Taylor Rocket Ballz 15* R

5W - Taylor Rocket Balls 19* 

Hybrid 22* Rocket Balls R, 25* Hyper Speed R

Irons - 6-P Titleist AP2 712 S TT Gold Hi Launch

W 52, 56, 60 Vokey SM6

 

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