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I've tried several brands, but keep coming back to the Bridgestone B330. They're really long and they bite like a fat lady on a donut around the greens.
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I like the Gran Z. They have been turning up around here. like the Pro V1 and an NXT tour hybrid. Fast off the driver and low spin.
330 dimples.

My local Golf Galaxy got a shipment "by accident" and unloaded them for $1.50 a ball. I stocked up.

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I bought some Slazenger RD's 24 for $20 on sale at Dick's and so far they seem to be pretty decent. I also have some older Pinnacle Gold's that I like. I'll try anything for the right price. If I had the money I'd probably be playing Callaway HX Hot's or Tour's though....
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Hit my local course that I play the most & used the Bridgestone E-6's exclusively. Normally I dont even use my driver because I tend to fade it quite a bit so I stick to the 3 wood. Anyways I decided to use my driver, an Adams Tight lies & see how it worked out. Of 9 holes I used driver on 6 of them, 4 were dead nuts straight down the middle of the fairway & each one was about 220-230 yds....I am not a long ball hitter & never will be. The other 2 ended up with just a slight bit of draw & were just off the fairway.

I have played the course every week for 3 months now & have not hit that many fairways & had them consistently fly that far. Maybe it's a placebo effect, maybe i'm just getting better, or maybe the Bridgestones actually do what they claim to do?
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I use Wilson Staff True Elite

If you're serious, the numbers on the ball help indicate which ball is yours. (If your playing partners are playing the same ball as you)

But if you're not serious, I suppose the joke is on me now.
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I got a dozen of nike ignite's, The ball feels good and hit's ok off the tee. But they get little spin on the irons. For 24$ a dozen this ball is not worth it in my opinion.
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just got back from trying them out, i added at least 25 yards to my drive woth the callaways after my first tee shot which i put it out of bounds!
the D2 was brilliant,im getting consistent spin on my approach or at least stopping swiftly.
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I got a dozen of nike ignite's, The ball feels good and hit's ok off the tee. But they get little spin on the irons. For 24$ a dozen this ball is not worth it in my opinion.

Interesting. I bought them for a friend, and he quite likes them, so I thought about buying them. Not so sure now, though. Having said that, AmericanGolf has 20% off all Nike balls at the minute, so they're only £13 a dozen... worth a shot, I think.

I just like the box Oh, and I currently use lake balls, because I'm crap. But if I stay away from the driver and 3 wood, I don't spray balls everywhere, so I've stopped losing many... interestingly enough, Today's Golfer robot tested lake balls against their equivalent new balls... only lost around 5 yards. That didn't take into account feel and short game ability, obviously. andy.
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I'm playing the TP Blacks which I like, but I don't love yet. They spin a lot, probably too much, but I'm not sure I like the feel of them. Bass Pro Shops had them for $34/doz though and I had to give them a shot.
I'm a little surprised how many high handicappers use the most expensive balls (including my playing partners).

Chris
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