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post #91 of 94
Gamer V2 would be my ball of choice but for some odd reason, they are very hard to find in Canada so I go with my second choice - DT Solo.
I dunno if I'll ever be willing to pay Pro-V prices, just insane how much they charge for "premium" balls.
post #92 of 94
I play the Srixon Zstar XV quite a bit and it's an awesome ball. It's Srixons version of the Prov1x, for about $25 dozen on the Bay it's a good deal for a premium ball!!
post #93 of 94

I switched from the NXT Tour to the Gamer V2 and for me the V2 was a far superior ball -  Longer and better on the greens.  Switched again to the Gamer Tour when the spin rating for the Gamer came in much lower than the V2 and have been using it since.  However, the V2 was longer than the Tour and held the greens well for a surlyn covered ball.  My comparisons of the 2014 Gamer and older V2 show that the specs are identical, so perhaps the V2 is back.  Meanwhile I have a dozen Maxfli U/3's to try out.

 

Once upon a time Top-Flite was strictly in the distance ball business, but did sibsequently offer some great balls with their Strata series.  I suspect that Callaway absorbed that technology, but it appears that the Gamer series technology, developed after Strata, was purchased by Dicks.  And sure, you can still by the Top-Flite XL if you so choose.

post #94 of 94
Top Flite got their bad rap, deservedly so, from their XL series. Those were not good balls. The Gamer is a legit ball. Anyone who says they won't play a Top Flite Gamer based on name only is an asshat.
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