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Motown88

Nike Mojo Golf Balls

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Are these golf balls any good?


I currently play Bridgestone e7's and have never really liked any Nike golfballs. The reason I ask this question is because I won some at a golf outing and want to know peoples opinion on the ball before I decide to play a round or two with them and go on to post my scores for handicap. If they have worse greenside spin then the e7 it may not be worth playing. I also realize they are a very cheap balls but sometimes the cheap ones can surprise you. Any information regarding Mojo's is appreciated.


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I played mojo balls at the start of the summer as they were given as a gift from my parents. The green side spin leaves a lot left to be desired. I usually play a pro v1 and where the pro v1 checks the Nike mojo glides another 5-10 feet across the green. I can get plenty of spin on them from 100+ yards to stop it on the green but green side shots roll out quite a bit.

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For me (13 handicap, 93 MPH swing speed), it does not do much.  It's not long compare to other balls I use.  And if you have been using Bridgestone E7s, you will be disappointed with this one.   I'd use Mojos on new courses with lots of water hazard .

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So from the sounds of it these aren't worth hitting, lol. I'll probably give them to a coworker. If you're swing speed is in the low 90's and you don't like them then I for sure won't.

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Theyre OK.  Nothing special but they are low spin, so if you struggle with a slice or hook they should work well for you.

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