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2017 Snell PGA Championship Prediction Contest


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Post your entry TODAY because starting tomorrow through Wednesday, a second entry is allowed, and you will want to get your first entry in before the flood of those second entries snatches up the better remaining players and scores.

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I Play the Snell MTB because it is equal in performance to other premium balls at a considerably cheaper price.  (Also, because strangers are less likely to mistake it for their ball and pick it up)

Hideki Matsuyama:  -7

Kevin Chappell:       -7

Bryson DeChambeau:   -7

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I play the Snell My Tour Ball because I found one once and it is a better ball at a great price! Can I get some? MTB that is.

Rory McIlroy: -9

Pat Perez: -9

Shane Lowry: -9

 

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The SNELL GET SUM ball is like money in the bank, from my opponents pocket.

1...Hideki Matsuyama  - 12

2...James Furyk  -10

3...Nicholas Colsaerts  -12

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I play the Snell My Tour Ball because it is a darn sweet piece of awesomeness that makes me quiver with joy deep inside my naughty bits; seriously OMFG I can't handle the awesomeness. 

1) Rory McIlroy -12

2) Phil Mickelson -12

3) Alex Noren -12

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I play the Snell My Tour Ball because it doesn't make sense to pay more for equal performance

1. Rickie Fowler -16

2. Thomas Pieters -15

3. Alex Noren -14

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I play Snell My Tour Ball because there is no other ball with a greater combination of performance, feel, aesthetics and price. 

Dustin Johnson: -13

Louis Oosthuizen: -12

Branden Grace: -12

 

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I play the Snell My Tour Ball Because they perform better than all others tour golf balls. 

Sean O'Hair   -8;

Bryson DeChambeau   -8;

Peter Uihlein    -8

 

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