I thought I mentioned a documentary that a lot of people here have seen.
Go and look up the TaylorMade one on Youtube. You'll find that I couldn't be more right.
Obviously each ball has to possess certain qualities and be within parameters.
I'm talking about what happens beyond that.
And I'm telling you the docu didn't cover their quality, possibly for proprietary reasons.
Below is a quote from their website which was posted earlier:
As you know, we invest significant time and effort to ensure that our products are Best-in-Class in terms of quality, performance and consistency. As such, in the rare event one of our products fails to meet USGA requirements for size, weight, velocity or any other conformance criteria we destroy rather than market such products.
How do they know size, weight, velocity or other conformance criteria if they don't have a robust quality program in place?