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post #19 of 21

Yeah, i told you to excuse the unusual English.  But i really like how those folks manufacture the ball.  A nice photo display of the process makes it very clear that they start with a blob of super good Nobel prize chemicals and either vacuum or inject: presto, a complete seamless ball. Amazing.  If you look around at that site you  will find many other balls including a Ruby colored. I have a pea-green golf ball so i know it's all possible. We can  have a chuckle at the Japanese golf nuts but in fact are they any different from us?  A new hyped up product, ball/driver/putter etc hits the US market and suddenly everyone wants one. The herd mentality runs through every human.  

post #20 of 21

Rather than writing a new thread, I did a search and dug this thread up.

 

 

I had a chance to compare Lethal with Titleist Tour Distance (TTD for short) ball for a round.  Clearly, Lethal is a high launching ball and straight.   Although the ball seems to jump out of my club, due to its high trajectory, I would not consider this a long ball.   My mishit TTD often rolled further.  

post #21 of 21

My old Nike Tour D was definitely longer than the Lethal. However, I did notice the Lethal checks up considerably more on pitches and chips.... 

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