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Can anyone tell me how good/bad these Red golf balls are, I've seen them for sale on eBay and thinking of trying them. Cheers

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An excellent ball for a mid to high handicapper looking for a decent product on a budget. Offers some serious distance.

I've hit a few which I have found and they didn't impress me with anything outstanding.
Other than it's designed for the budget minded golfer versus a player who wants a better performance ball.

IMO, some players typically try various products, while others are set in their ways.
Most better players are typically reluctant to switch ball brands under any circumstances.

I'll curse at my buddy who's a Bridgestone Rep who throws the tour ball at me when we golf together.
I never liked the "feel or the fact it will not stop downwind very well", but have played them and scored very well.

Like they say "It's never the Indian, so it must be the arrow"  😁

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On 5/13/2021 at 9:06 AM, Club Rat said:

I've hit a few which I have found and they didn't impress me with anything outstanding.
Other than it's designed for the budget minded golfer versus a player who wants a better performance ball.

IMO, some players typically try various products, while others are set in their ways.
Most better players are typically reluctant to switch ball brands under any circumstances.

I'll curse at my buddy who's a Bridgestone Rep who throws the tour ball at me when we golf together.
I never liked the "feel or the fact it will not stop downwind very well", but have played them and scored very well.

Like they say "It's never the Indian, so it must be the arrow"  😁

I've been told by playing partners that they like them because there easier to see, and my eyesight is poor and I tend to agree so much so I've drawn a Red square on 2 sides of the ball and I do see it better....

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29 minutes ago, Colins69 said:

I've been told by playing partners that they like them because there easier to see, and my eyesight is poor and I tend to agree so much so I've drawn a Red square on 2 sides of the ball and I do see it better....

Agree, it's sometimes difficult to identify who's ball belongs to who when other play the same brand.
Having a noticeable and unique marking helps.
I'll often play the yellow color on days for just the sake to prevent others from mistaken my ball. 

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2 hours ago, Club Rat said:

Agree, it's sometimes difficult to identify who's ball belongs to who when other play the same brand.
Having a noticeable and unique marking helps.
I'll often play the yellow color on days for just the sake to prevent others from mistaken my ball. 

Yeah and it’s always when you pound one down the middle, that’s why I started marking  my balls with a red inch square both sides. Didn’t lose many after that, and their playing partners knew that was not their ball lol 😂 

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