Pros: Distance, good spin, durable cover, color selection
Pros: High visibility, great colour.
Cons: Felt hard and "clicky" off wedges and putter.
Pros: Durabiltiy, distance
Cons: Short game feel
“The Volvik Vista iV have a very firm feel. I like how it feels on the driver and fairway woods, but a bit too firm on the short irons for my preference. Spin is good and about average for what you would expect from a pro-line golf ball. The cover is more durable than average and has a unique feel - a bit "clicky" which is unusual for a tour ball. It has some sort of...” --Dave40
“I wrote a more in depth review of the RZN Black, so I'll be keeping this one a little shorter. http://thesandtrap.com/products/nike-rzn-black/reviews/4857 A little about me: I am a high swing speed player with a high ball flight, I tend to go for the lower spinning tour ball profile than most manufacturers put out, such as the ProV1X, B330, and last year's 20XiX and 20XiX...” --LuciusWooding
“A little about me: I am a high swing speed player with a high ball flight, I tend to go for the lower spinning tour ball profile than most manufacturers put out, such as the ProV1X, B330, and last year's 20XiX and 20XiX tour issue. I have a number of last year's 20XiX and am familiar with that ball, so I will be comparing that ball to the Rzn black, as well as the Rzn Platinum and other...” --LuciusWooding
“Volvik has recently made a big push to gain a foothold in the the North American golf ball market. I have had the opportunity to review two of their newer products, the Volvik Vista and the Volvik S3 White. This review is of the Volvik Vista, my review of the S3 can be found here. Initial Impression I have never been a fan of golf balls in any colour other than traditional...” --Ernest Jones
“As I found out last year when I reviewed the Bridgestone Tour B330 series, reviewing golf balls is different from reviewing a set of irons, or a fairway wood. You buy a set of irons once every few years, and shelling out a grand for a new set is a big deal. But people buy golf balls weekly, and rather than having to convince you that the newest balls are better (or worse) than what you already...” --jamo
This ultimate tour performance lethal golf ball's revolutionary 5-Layer Construction, Progressive Velocity Technology and Seamless LDP 322 dimple pattern work in conjunction to promote game-changing performance. Lethal combines the most penetrating, wind-defying flight of any TaylorMade ball with the kind of greenside feel and spin that Tour professionals demand, making it the ultimate...
“ what can i say? its a titeist. just get one youll see what i mean ” --hit-the-flag
“ Last month I was lucky enough to receive a dozen of Nikes 2012 version of the 20XI with the purchase of some new clubs (I begged to have them thrown in), and just recently started playing them (I had to wait to finish my opened box of 2011 ProV1's, I am a bit OCD like that). Distance: My first impression of the ball is that it is long. Right away, from my first swing, on...” --ApocG10
“I received a few dozen of these to try and I am trying to get a feel for them. First off, this ball is long off the tee, just as long as a Pro V1X and more durable. Off the irons, I just didn't feel like I was compressing the ball enough to get a real feel for it. I swing the driver at 105 mph and off the irons it was hard to get that feedback that I normally get. The ball flight was fine and I...” --TourSpoon
Simply put, Callaway Golf engineers have re-invented tour golf ball performance. This isn't a small step forward. It's a giant leap forward. The new Tour ix Golf Ball is the most technologically advanced and longest tour ball you've ever played. The breakthrough in distance comes from innovative 4-piece inertia technology. A tungsten-infused outer core to shift weight away from...