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Defective TItleist ball - hey guys, you missed a couple of dimples

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Display sample.....? Its my understanding, having seen the production facility, All titleist balls are x-rayed, weighed & inspected for QC. Call or email customer service maybe they'll send you a dozen.

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Display sample.....? Its my understanding, having seen the production facility, All titleist balls are x-rayed, weighed & inspected for QC. Call or email customer service maybe they'll send you a dozen.

Yeah, looks like it's been ground down with a belt sander or something.  Maybe part of some QC check.  Definitely doesn't look like anything from the normal manufacturing process.

Be interesting to hear what they say.

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I would say that it isn't ground with a belt sander just because that would leave a pattern of straight lines where it ground down material. That being said, I would be kind of disappointed if I got that as one of my dozen balls.

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There are fake brand name golf balls made in China, sold cheap on EBay.   It could be one of those.

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Nah, I think I hit that one once and crushed it so hard the dimples got flattened on one side.

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There is no way that ball passed quality control and was sold.........  (X-outs included)  This is just another stupid internet post..  Whoever took that pic might as well cut the ball in 2 with a saw and make the same claim......it would be just as believable.

The photographer went through the trouble of grinding a ball down and repainting it to take that picture.

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