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post #19 of 31
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Originally Posted by Fozcycle View Post

The Gamer Tour is new.....same ball but with urethane cover. $25/doz

The V2 is last years updated ball.....$20/doz

The Gamer is the first issue, 2 years ago....Clearance???

Just got back from my local Dicks, they had the new Gamers on the shelf along with some old stock V2s on clearance for $14.99/box. Price on the V2s isn't as good as you can get them for online, but still not a bad price if you need a box quickly (and you can find them still in stock).

post #20 of 31
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Originally Posted by PGA09 View Post


It's a four piece version of the Chrome, they say it is longer than the current Chrome but spins a little more off of the driver than the HEx Black Tour. I think the retail date for it is in March.

 

Interesting! Thanks for the info!
post #21 of 31
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Originally Posted by teamroper60 View Post

Interesting! Thanks for the info!

Sorry, it is an April retail date for them.
post #22 of 31

Any info on the Nike One Rzn ball? Have Nike on the brain lately so I figured why not chuck the Srixon Q star this year and try something new.

post #23 of 31
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Originally Posted by jmanbooyaa View Post

Any info on the Nike One Rzn ball? Have Nike on the brain lately so I figured why not chuck the Srixon Q star this year and try something new.
I've been looking at these, can't decide between these and the TM Lethal.
post #24 of 31
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Originally Posted by jmanbooyaa View Post

Any info on the Nike One Rzn ball? Have Nike on the brain lately so I figured why not chuck the Srixon Q star this year and try something new.

I have a sleeve of each to test, as soon as the weather cooperates.
post #25 of 31
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Originally Posted by PGA09 View Post

I have a sleeve of each to test, as soon as the weather cooperates.
Sounds good. Hopefully the white junk melts by mid March.
post #26 of 31
I recently got a launch monitor and was excited to try out lots of different balls. I collected lots of balls from expensive to medium priced. What I found shocked me.

They all go about the same and spin about the same off of irons and driver. I will continue to experiment but the numbers show not significant difference. I am going to pick a ball based on price and feel around the green. I have an advantage that I will be able to test whatever I gravitate to on the monitor.
post #27 of 31
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Originally Posted by inthecup View Post

I recently got a launch monitor and was excited to try out lots of different balls. I collected lots of balls from expensive to medium priced. What I found shocked me.

They all go about the same and spin about the same off of irons and driver. I will continue to experiment but the numbers show not significant difference. I am going to pick a ball based on price and feel around the green. I have an advantage that I will be able to test whatever I gravitate to on the monitor.

What type of launch monitor did you get? I find that their are some significant differences off of the driver between different balls. I am using the Foresight GC2
post #28 of 31
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Originally Posted by PGA09 View Post

What type of launch monitor did you get? I find that their are some significant differences off of the driver between different balls. I am using the Foresight GC2

I am using the Vector Pro. Same concept as the Foresite. What significant differences are you seeing? Are you seeing them on your swing or higher handicap players?
post #29 of 31
My swing, I have seen spin rate changes up to 400 rpm between your level balls like the ProV1 versus the ProV1x or the 20Xi and the 20Xi-X. I'm getting 500 rpm less spin with the Hex Black Tour compared to the Hex Hot balls I use in my teaching bay.
post #30 of 31

OK what effect does that have on the drive?  400 RPM is  not going to make radical distance difference.

 

How do you like the Foresight?   That does not requite lines on the ball correct?

 

I find the monitor great to practice with.  

post #31 of 31
It doesn't need the lines on the ball.

400 RPM is about four to five yards of roll after landing and for me, it is two yards of carry so all in all I lose about seven yards due to a ball change.
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