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I purchased two boxes of these golf balls at Dick's before the season this year.

First of all these balls were very similar to the Vapor Speed balls in which they were replacing the distance was very similar for me the biggest difference I noticed was maybe a small change in the softness of the ball

Overall I would say a good midrange ball

Similar to the Bridgestone E6

C allaway HX Diablo Tour


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