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Poll Results: Tour Yellow Golf Balls?

 
  • 79% (65)
    Yes
  • 20% (17)
    No
82 Total Votes  
post #91 of 109
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Originally Posted by Kelzzy View Post
 

I'd use them.

 

If I was 70.

 

 

You might make it to 70..if your lucky.. 

 

 

Back on topic...I plan on using a yeller ball when I start playing again, white is just to hard for my eyes to track, and yep I wear glasses.

post #92 of 109
I started using the yellow Bridgestone E6's this past fall, made it much easier finding my ball when the leaves were down. Bit of a love/hate relationship with this particular ball (love it off the tee, hate it around the green) so while I may stick with a yellow ball next year I'll probably try some different models. Only problem is I told myself I'm not going to start playing another ball until I lose what's left of my E6's and I just can't seem to lose these darn things so maybe that's a sign or something...LOL.
post #93 of 109
Vision still make the easiest to follow golf ball. Quite a good ball too. Used to be able to get the from smt.

Oddly the yellow is easier to see in the air but harder in some types of rough.
post #94 of 109
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Originally Posted by Hammer 4 View Post
 

 

 

You might make it to 70..if your lucky.. 

 

 

Back on topic...I plan on using a yeller ball when I start playing again, white is just to hard for my eyes to track, and yep I wear glasses.

LOL WUT?

post #95 of 109

Dusk is the best time for them.

post #96 of 109

I feel pretty much the same way about yellow golf balls as I do about white golf balls. Ball flight and feel are the same. The only difference is, you know, one's highlighter yellow.

post #97 of 109
I saw a sleeve of yellow Pro V proto balls last year has anyone heard any news about that or seen them as well? I'd definitely game those !
post #98 of 109
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Originally Posted by Hack2putt View Post

I saw a sleeve of yellow Pro V proto balls last year has anyone heard any news about that or seen them as well? I'd definitely game those !

 

 


That would be cool, only Srixon and Bridgestone have been making higher end optic balls so far that I have seen.

post #99 of 109



Here's the yellow pro V1 proto images
post #100 of 109
So I guessing by your previous post that neither you at a 6 hcp or tour players at plus whatever never lose balls???? Give me a break. Sure they do, I believe at Doral they hit over 300 in the water, now yellow or white those are lost. But I assure you that you don't hit the same dozen of balls all year without losing one. Is yellow for you??? Doesn't sound like it but for you to clown on guys who hit them because they are easier to see is as ridiculous as you seem to be.
post #101 of 109
Anyway to get ahold of these????
post #102 of 109
From my old caddy days stick to white. Easier to see in the air and ground. Yellow gets lost if dandelions are around
post #103 of 109

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Originally Posted by WildTurkey View Post

From my old caddy days stick to white. Easier to see in the air and ground. Yellow gets lost if dandelions are around

I was surprised when an older caddy at my club told me he hates when people use yellow balls.  He says they are a bit easier to see in air but harder to find in grass and rough, especially in the fall.

post #104 of 109

 

 

 

Try some rainbow balls. 

post #105 of 109
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Originally Posted by newtogolf View Post
 

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I was surprised when an older caddy at my club told me he hates when people use yellow balls.  He says they are a bit easier to see in air but harder to find in grass and rough, especially in the fall.

As someone who generally plays yellow golf balls, I find this to be true.

 

But last weekend when I hit the wrong ball because someone marked theirs a little too close to how I mark mine, I remembered why I went yellow in the first place.

post #106 of 109
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Originally Posted by joekelly View Post
 

 

 

 

Try some rainbow balls. 

What are those? Squash balls?

post #107 of 109

I keep a few yellow Volviks in the bag. I don't mind the color. White gets boring sometime, need to spice things up every now and then.

post #108 of 109

I find yellow golf balls the easiest to see and find on the course. My favorite is the Bridgestone E6. Nice to use something different from the other fellows you play with.

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