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post #19 of 40

Re: Cheap GOOD golf balls

Originally Posted by FlopShotArtist View Post
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?
Black Max is a good ball. Opinions vary, but I find them to be comparable to the expensive premium balls.

But, make sure they are Black Max, and not Black Max Distance or some other variant. The other versions of that ball are nothing like the original.

Where can you get them, and for how much?
post #20 of 40

Re: Cheap GOOD golf balls

I would say go with Top Flight D2s. You can chooses Feel, Control, or Distance? i think. They are $16 for 15 balls, so a good price. I have compared them to Pro Vs, and will say that they are not as good, but for the money better.
post #21 of 40

Re: Cheap GOOD golf balls

I really like the Wilson Staff Fifty. If have bought at Wal-Mart for $16.00 a dozen, most other "sports" stores are $18.99 I think. I really like the way these balls feel. I have told alot of people I am around about these, I think they are an EXCELLENT ball for the price
post #22 of 40

Re: Cheap GOOD golf balls

I'll add another recommendation for the Top Flite D2 Feel. I switched from the Callaway Big Bertha and the D2 Feel is longer and softer than that ball.

All I need now is to stop flying the ball over the green.
post #23 of 40

Re: Cheap GOOD golf balls

Lostgolfballs.com

4 dozen Pro V1's for $70 shipped, got them in AAA+ quality. Balls are near perfect.
post #24 of 40

Re: Cheap GOOD golf balls

Originally Posted by twotacosfor99cents View Post
Lostgolfballs.com

4 dozen Pro V1's for $70 shipped, got them in AAA+ quality. Balls are near perfect.
QFT! These are great.
post #25 of 40
Thread Starter 

Re: Cheap GOOD golf balls

I just bought some Maxfli Black Max's off of ebay from LostGolfBalls...AAAA quality, $48 of them for $27 shipped.

Great deal.
post #26 of 40

Re: Cheap GOOD golf balls

dunno if any one has said it but i normally play pro v1 but resently found a few maxfli noodles and played them in a few practice rounds and i think they are awsome! much respect to the people at maxfli!
post #27 of 40

Re: Cheap GOOD golf balls

NIKE GREEN. It's unbelievable. They're only $15 for the box. GET THEM WHILE YOU CAN! unbelievable ball....
post #28 of 40

Of course the pro v's are tough to beat.  So when I am on a course that I know, or I know won't gobble up my tendency to pull my tee shots, I splurge and use them.  But being from Michigan, I play a lot of 'up north' golf, which means, tight fairways, many trees, and (because it's usually a golf trip with the guys) a few extra barley pops.  No cheepie I've played feels better than a Noodle.

post #29 of 40
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Originally Posted by Jack Hunger View Post
 

Of course the pro v's are tough to beat.  So when I am on a course that I know, or I know won't gobble up my tendency to pull my tee shots, I splurge and use them.  But being from Michigan, I play a lot of 'up north' golf, which means, tight fairways, many trees, and (because it's usually a golf trip with the guys) a few extra barley pops.  No cheepie I've played feels better than a Noodle.

 

Welcome to The Sand Trap Jack.  

 

Have you ever tried the Precept Laddie for a cheap ball?  I have tried the Noodle, but still like the Precept Laddie.

post #30 of 40
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Originally Posted by Jack Hunger View Post
 

Of course the pro v's are tough to beat.  So when I am on a course that I know, or I know won't gobble up my tendency to pull my tee shots, I splurge and use them.  But being from Michigan, I play a lot of 'up north' golf, which means, tight fairways, many trees, and (because it's usually a golf trip with the guys) a few extra barley pops.  No cheepie I've played feels better than a Noodle.

 

i vote for the TopFlite Gamer V2

post #31 of 40

I recommend the Top Flite Gamer. It is a great ball for the price. It goes on sale pretty regularly at the price of 2 dozen for $35 or $30 (depending on the sale).

post #32 of 40

But being from Michigan, I play a lot of 'up north' golf, which means, tight fairways, many trees, and (because it's usually a golf trip with the guys) a few extra barley pops.

 

+1 for the Northern Michigan golf..  playing those holes caved out of forest can be challenging.   Great place for a golf weekend with the guys.

 

The balls of choice for me are from MG Golf.  They are re-badged balls from a mainstream manufacturer (used to be hogan balls, then I think Callaway).   They are balls with the spin rate of premiums, and the price of cheapies -- $20 per dozen.    No marketing, minimal packaging, just the best new balls $20 will get you.

post #33 of 40
Callaway HX tour at Golfsmith for $16.95 a dozen.
post #34 of 40

I think the Snake Eyes balls from Golfsmith are great.  I think they are actually Srixon balls (or so I was told). But at 3 dozen for $30.00, they are a good deal.  They are not as hard as most "cheap" balls and they play well with the wedges, etc.

post #35 of 40
The Nike PD series have been one of my favorite less expensive golf balls. Not too hard or mushy and they perform better than many other ones I've tried in that price range
post #36 of 40

The  best golfballs on the market are all the free ones left behind from bad shots. Wash them off and stack them away all top notch i will never buy another ball again,KEEP EM IN THE BUSHES AND SHALLOW LAKES 

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