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I have about 50 something prov1x's, but i dont want to use them in the winter b/c i feel like i would be wasting them in 30 degree weather.  I am going to get some new golf balls and was wondering what were the best golf balls for the cold weather, any suggestions?

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I bought a dozen of the orange Bridgestone E6's for winter use. My home course has had lots of shady, frosty grass and the orange helps. Also softer compression is probably helping out a touch with distance.

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So far this winter, I have used the Srixon soft feels and D2 Feels and like them both.  Today it was about 48 and I used a TM Burner 2 piece and it worked great.  Lots of good 2 piece low compression balls out there that work great in the winter.  I have used balls I have found throughout the season to get me through the winter.  Come spring/summer, it is back to Gamer v2 or TM Reds.

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I was using the Srixon AD333 orange but they have this cheap plastic look to them so have just gone back to the normal ones.

I may look at the e6's people have mentioned

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