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Cheap GOOD golf balls

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I am in need of some golf balls. I am not that great and do lose a good amount of them, so Titliest Pro V1x's are out of the question. I really like Nike Juice's, and I'd like to buy them new somewhere for cheap...

Is there any good golf balls that you can buy in bulk? I like soft golf balls, don't really care about spin, distance, etc...I go for feel.
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The new Wilson Titanium balls are fantastic IMO. I love 'em and they only cost $18.95 for 2 dozen. How's that for cheap?
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I like the Maxfli Powermax Balls, 15 bucks a dozen.
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Originally Posted by FlopShotArtist View Post
I am in need of some golf balls. I am not that great and do lose a good amount of them, so Titliest Pro V1x's are out of the question. I really like Nike Juice's, and I'd like to buy them new somewhere for cheap...

Is there any good golf balls that you can buy in bulk? I like soft golf balls, don't really care about spin, distance, etc...I go for feel.

I go used 98% of the time. I buy off of Ebay--usedgolfballs is the sellers name I think?? Just check their f-back percentage. For example, I picked up 6 dozen Srixon Z-UR's??--for less than $35--at least go with AAA or higher.

Or, you can check your local Kmart and Walmart--I find refurbished, refinished, recycled balls there for cheap all the time. Precept Laddie, Maxfli Noodle, etc, etc.
post #5 of 40

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noodle + !
post #6 of 40
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Anyone heard anything about the Maxfli Black Max? I found a great deal on those bad boys, and it says it has the urethane cover, same as the Pro V1x's...

good? bad?
post #7 of 40

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You didn't specify a price range. For new balls you can find good close-out prices online at Rockbottomgolf.com. For used balls of varying degrees of quality the best online site I've found is Knetgolf.com. Otherwise check the deals at the major retailers which often have bins of logo overuns featuring popular balls at bargain prices.
post #8 of 40

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I have had a pretty good experience with Nike's Power Distance, and for $12 a dozen is quite a good deal....
post #9 of 40

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Sports authority has the Nike SFT double doen pack on sale right now for 20 bucks. They play long and soft, not a ton of spin but really playable. For $20 its a great deal.
post #10 of 40

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Top Flite D2 Feel. $15/15 pk. at your local sports store or even Wally World. I played this ball all last season, it's an all around excellent ball and dirt cheap too.

If you like a little firmer cover ball, the D2 Distance ball is excellent also. Same price, same locations.
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Well right now, I got my eyes on this:

4 dozen Maxfli Black Max golf balls for only $25...they are used, but in great condition. They are at my local golf shop.

Are these any good? I did some research, almost all 5/5's...it has the softer urethane cover like the Pro V1x's aswell.
post #12 of 40

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Top Flite Strata TL Tour. Ive been saying it on here for years now, for the money you cant get a better ball. Just try it once. You'll be hooked. Its the best kept secret for balls in golf.
post #13 of 40

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Try Top-Flite D2 Feel. $15 for 15 at walmart.
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Low Priced: Pinnacle Exception
Really Low Priced: Dunlop LoCo
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I'm really digging the Taylor Made Burner LDP for 20 dollars a dozen.
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Precept Laddie Extreme and Noodle Long & Soft. You can get these new and really cheap on either ebay or rockbottomgolf.

You can go to both places and find higher end balls much cheaper, too. Just food for thought.
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At the begginning of the year I was playing a course and found a ball labeled "Nitro". I had never heard of it and took a swing with it. It had a good feel so I played it the rest of the round and the next day. It took me over 4 rounds to lose that damn ball. Im not sure what it was about it but I had great control over it. I found some at Rockbottom golf's website. Currently they are selling them at 3 dozen for $21. I bought some that I bring out on really tight courses.
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I am a 6 HDCP and use $19.99 balls. Precept Laddie X. Good ball for the money, soft enough to scuff with the wedges too. My son is a 10 and he uses the Bridgestone e5+ (24.99 a dozen). His Mom likes him better than me!
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