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I was interested in using one of the two balls (Taylormade Burner TP or Nike One Vapor) as my primary ball for this season. I wanted to hear reviews from players on the performance of the ball. Burner TP is marginally cheaper for me but it doesn't make a huge difference. Any thoughts guys?
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I gamed 4 dozen ONE Vapors last year. I found them to be great driving balls. Bite was okay on full iron shots.

I wasn't fond of them on chips, pitches, bunker play and shots where I was trying to shape.

I'd equate them to E5's with the reduced spin of the E6's.

Once I found the practice versions of the ProV1 for the same price my ball search ended. Been gaming them exclusively since with no end in sight.

Hope this helps.
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I gamed 4 dozen ONE Vapors last year. I found them to be great driving balls. Bite was okay on full iron shots.

Good call on the practice Pro V1s....also at every Target store in my area if you look at the recycled balls you can find dozens of Callaway ix balls and Bridgestone B 330 and 330s balls for under $10 a dozen

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2 seasons ago I litterally tried every ball out there because the Maxfi Revo's that I played for years are no longer in production. I got on ebay and bought a sleeve of 20 different kinds of ball. In the end, it came down to the Bridgestone B330-S and the ProV1. Both were great balls and had a good balance of distance, spin and feel. I finally settled on the Bridgestone for 3 off the wall reasons:
1.) Everyone I play with plays ProV's, so it's easier to distinguish on the course.
2.) I got a cool polo shirt for buying 2 dozen.
3.) Couples plays Bridgestone and he's been on of my favorites since I was in middle school.
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What differences, if any, are there between any given ball and the "practice" balls of the same brand/type?

No difference.

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I played a dozen Vapor's and really liked them. I've not used the TM Burner TP but I've used the TM TP Black's and thought they were about the same. The Vapor's probably lasted a little longer and didn't bite quite as much, but not a big difference. I think the Vapor is a really good mid-handicapper ball. Good distance, good durability, some spin but not too much to cut down on slices and hooks (reduced workability for the better player).
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