Pros: Straight, no loss in distance, good spin control
Cons: none at this time
During a practice round, a playing partner let me try one one of these balls after I complained about the price of the current ball I was playing . He said I would like it and it made him an instant convert. Wow, he was right. It held a straight path in the air, it checked up nicely on approach shots, and gave me another 7 yards on approach shots. Being a high trajectory hitter, I am accustomed to hitting my approach shots frustratitingly short and/or missing the green left or right. This ball put me closer to the hole each time and was easier to hit the greens (how did they do that?). It has great, no loss in distance off of the tee too. I bought a [very hard to find] box and now "treasure them" for tournament play. It is very responsive on short chips also and likes to "fly" more and "roll" less. This ball doesn't scuff as easily as Titleist NXT and stays "brighter" longer. I use Texan and Adams A7 wedges.