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post #19 of 22
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Originally Posted by rekips View Post

Let me just say that I am a golf ball snob. While in Ireland this past September a gentleman I was playing with told me about the MG ball. I was polite but not overly enthusiastic about trying one. Three weeks later a dozen MG balls were delivered to my house compliments of my new friend. So what the heck, I decided to try one. This morning I put my Prov V1 away and I used an MG ball and I was amazed at the distance and feel I was getting. If I didn't know better I would have thought that I was playing a very expensive ball. When I got home I actually ordered 10 boxes which cost me just $200. 

What other fine MG regalia did you purchase, this person that obviously has no affiliation with the company.
post #20 of 22

A tour c4 was given to me by a guy I was paired up with on vacation. Feels just like the Pro v1. I am not the greatest golfer under the sun. I bought a dozen and gave a couple to my son the serious golfer (3 handicap) and he is now ordering for himself. As for the $12.00 dozen balls I could not tell you any thing about them, but the c4's I will use them from now on at half the price of Pro v"s

post #21 of 22
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Originally Posted by rekips View Post

Let me just say that I am a golf ball snob. While in Ireland this past September a gentleman I was playing with told me about the MG ball. I was polite but not overly enthusiastic about trying one. Three weeks later a dozen MG balls were delivered to my house compliments of my new friend. So what the heck, I decided to try one. This morning I put my Prov V1 away and I used an MG ball and I was amazed at the distance and feel I was getting. If I didn't know better I would have thought that I was playing a very expensive ball. When I got home I actually ordered 10 boxes which cost me just $200. 

 

 

I am guessing that you lose a lot of balls when you play????

 

I play 2 rounds per week all year long and do not run through 5 dozen.

post #22 of 22

I first used these 3 years ago at a friend's suggestion, being a pro v1 snob before that day.  All I know is the cover feels the same on putts - soft and responsive -- and my distance is fine -- I'm sure a pro can tell and mg admits to a faew differences -- eg fewer dimples and even to a few yards less on testing if I recall -- but I like them and in my mind which is all that matters they play like pro v1s.
 

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