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I have to agree. I bought a dozen as a joke to mess with one of my playing partners, who had commented about how goofy a yellow ball is...

Now, it's not a joke anymore. I love the ball, and will continue to use it.
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what's so bad about yellow golf balls?
yellow ultra's are lucky for me, I got my first eagle with one.

they're easy to see in the rough, especially when the daisy's come out.
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easy as hell to spot

Until you forget you are playing a yellow ball because you have been playing white balls forever!

I found and used a yellow z-star and drove by it twice looking for a white ball.
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Think they'll ever make trispeed yellows??

I don't think so....but the Z-Stars are only $10 more....and with a 14 HC, that should not be too hard too swallow.

I played them the other day, and they are amazing!!!! Super easy to see coming out of the sky, in any condition, and extreamly easy to spot in the rough, not to mention that the play like tour balls....very versatile around the greens, and nice with the long sticks.. I need to diminish my stash of balls....recently reached 80 with a mix of Mojo's, Gamer and Gamer V2, Titliest Pro V1 and ProV1x, NXT Tour, Srixon Tri Speed and AD333. I also have a couple of pinnacle (gift from Shula's Senator course) and Ping two tone (white and pink) that are in the bag, but never get played.
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just bought a dozen of the z star yellow and wow are they easy to find in 4 inches of rough!

how about in thick forest? let me know when they make that ball

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I played the Z-Star Tour Yellow for the first time yesterday. It goes just as far as a white ball, spins just like a white ball, but unlike a white ball I can see it all the time. It's my new ball.
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The yellow ball really does stand out better and you are less likely to hit someone elses (until the yellow ball really catches on). Unfortunately not all manufacturers offer them.
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I am a permenant user of the Z-Star Tour Yellow! The only trouble I have with them is finding them in the store. according to my golf Galaxy, they fly off the shelf less than 1 hour after puting them out! Now if i am in a store and they have them, i pick up a box! I played a course with some nasty rough really early in the morning and even with the sun shining off the wet grass in my eyes, no trouble finding my ball... spent my time looking for my playing partners ball!
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Why would anyone want to play a yellow golf ball hahahaha

I could ask why anyone would live in New Jersey? The taxes and the politicians are unbearable.

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well 20 dollars more expensive up here
ya i guess i dont lose that many balls i could just suck it up
i just like a bit harder ball is all.
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Do you find them more relaxing at address? It seems to me that, back in February, Srixon was trying to use that as another selling point.

My best memory of the ball, though, is Jim Furyk's ace with it a few months back.
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Do you find them more relaxing at address? It seems to me that, back in February, Srixon was trying to use that as another selling point.

I played my best round in three months with it on Sunday, which just happened to be the Club Championship final. I made four birdies and was very relaxed. They also appear to stay cleaner then white balls. Now I have to see if I can do some swapping with friends or trading in to the pro shop the new Pro V-1's and white Z-Stars I have since I am officially hooked on the Tour Yellow.

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