Originally Posted by Audaxi
I've played Coyote Creek, it's a pretty nice course. Georgia Boys is pretty good though, definitely worth the drive.
On an on topic sidenote, the new B330 does seem to have more spin from about the 6 iron up for me. I noticed it when I was trying a few I found on the course, and one had the double dimples, while the other two didn't.
Like I mentioned the dual dimples didn't affect the E6. I bought a box of those and they were long and straight. I would have stopped looking but I found some Pro V1's and was impressed with the feel and distance. It may sound odd I hadn't tried any previously but this is my first year back to golf since at least 1999. I'm not sure when I stopped but I haven't owned clubs since 1999. I did play a few scrambles with rented sticks during the layoff but I'm not counting that as golf. I honestly don't remember what ball I played before and everything changed from 1999-2012, so many new brands I didn't know where to start. I sucked so bad from April-June it wouldn't have mattered anyway. I played a lot before, started with junior golf in the 70's, played on the high school team etc, so once I developed a swing it all came back. It didn't take long to feel the massive differences in balls.
I like Coyote Creek because it's cheap and 5 minutes from my house. Not the best course in the area but I can usually walk on and not see another person on thecourse. Nearly bought a house that backed to #7 fairway but Ft. Lupton isn't for me. Brighton is too small for me, being further away from the city would be tough. I'd bail on Brighton if I didn't work here.