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How many golf balls do you carry in your bag when you play?


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Holy moly, I should have had a few dozen today the way I played. Only lost 3, but with the time I spent looking for them, I probably could have played an extra hole or two. Thats what I get for playing the morning after a work party. Lesson learned, well, probably not...
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lately, alot.

the course ive played the last two times has such deep rough. I swear its 6 inches deep.

You hit your tee shot and you see it land in bounds, then you walk out there and CANNOT find it. pisses me off so much.
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typically, i'll take three sleeves out with me (which is overkill, i rarely lose more than three balls in a round), and i usually have a couple of old balls rolling around in the bag somewhere too.
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Anywhere between 2 and 5 ProV1x. I carry, so I'd rather my bag be as light as possible. This Sunday was Thanksgiving in Canada, and play was slow as it is on all legal holidays. I left the house with 3 balls, and came back with 106 balls, 23 of which were ProV1 or ProV1x. I only play the Titleists and give the rest to my friend who runs the 1st Tee program here for underpriviledged children.
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I usually have about thirty in my bag,i like to replace my ball often,if i am playing a lot of wedge shots balls get chewed up quickly,

Thanks for the golf balls again!

I usually carry about 1/2 dozen.
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I usually carry 12-18. Well I start with that many. It's hard telling how many I end with. Sometimes that number is half or double depending on how the round goes and how many I find on the course. I try to start with about a dozen new balls still in their sleeves and then I have about a half dozen or more from the round(s) before.
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