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I just thought I would post my recent experience...

 

 A few years ago a golf friend and I discovered how great this ball is, however my back went out last year... and apparently I forgot. I started this year playing with my old usual... the prov1x... and the ball performed as great as always. A few days ago I saw the d2feel at dick's and got a box. After lots of short game practice comparing the D2, zstar xv, and bridgestone b330 I've found that there really isn't much difference. In fact I've left pitch shots short as we all have... :) so I thought I'd put it in play for a round.

 It only took me 2 holes to realize that I'm always going to be playing this ball. In my opinion the fact that this ball holds its line so well, makes it superior to its expensive counterparts. I know this ball has been talked about, I just thought i'd add my thoughts. I should also add that I shoot typically between 75 and 80 at a fairly tough course.

 

 Just buy some and try them... I bet you can still leave a chip short :)

 

 I'm gonna order a top flite towel and glove to show my true colors.

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I'll admit that I'm not overly fussy about my golf ball.  But I still agree that Top Flite is making fine golf balls these days...and hopefully Dick's continues the trend.  I often play the D2 Feel and Gamer and like them both.

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Originally Posted by pbillaa View Post

I just thought I would post my recent experience...

 

 A few years ago a golf friend and I discovered how great this ball is, however my back went out last year... and apparently I forgot. I started this year playing with my old usual... the prov1x... and the ball performed as great as always. A few days ago I saw the d2feel at dick's and got a box. After lots of short game practice comparing the D2, zstar xv, and bridgestone b330 I've found that there really isn't much difference. In fact I've left pitch shots short as we all have... :) so I thought I'd put it in play for a round.

 It only took me 2 holes to realize that I'm always going to be playing this ball. In my opinion the fact that this ball holds its line so well, makes it superior to its expensive counterparts. I know this ball has been talked about, I just thought i'd add my thoughts. I should also add that I shoot typically between 75 and 80 at a fairly tough course.

 

 Just buy some and try them... I bet you can still leave a chip short :)

 

 I'm gonna order a top flite towel and glove to show my true colors.

 

 

On full swings the D2 flies high enough to stick to a green.  It's the close pitch shots where I notice the benefit of the golf balls with urethane covers like the Zstar.

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