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I played my first round yesterday with the Maxfli Noodle Long & Soft ball and I really liked the way it played.

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I played my first round yesterday with the Maxfli Noodle Long & Soft ball and I really liked the way it played.

I found a couple of those a few weeks back and liked them. They compress nicely off the driver and they stop pretty good on the green.

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You guys should check out the wilson staff 50 and zip. SUPER EASY to compress and they are very soft around the green.

Not the most durable around the green and not the most distance but its not bad by any means. Other than the DT roll, i don't think i like any ball better than the 50, yet to try the zip but i hear great things.

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I'm thinking about switching balls. ProV1's are way too expensive, and I was thinking about switching to Top Flite Gamers or Bridgestone e5's. Anyone have any experience with these 2 balls?

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UPDATE

A friend of mine neighbor hunts balls daily at a local course and in selling me 300 plus balls extremely cheap. These suppose to be the better balls he finds. I was told the scuffed balls has been removed. I'll keep some, sell some and the bad I'll use on my driving range. Suppose to get them tis evening.

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I'm going to have to agree with Cody, I like the Wilson Staff 50. I'm a high handicapper, but I do think this ball is a lot better for me then others I have tried.

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