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I vassilate between z star and z star XV - I think I prefer the XV. They feel really nice when I strike them well

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played the regular q star quite a bit. performs decent for the price. never played the tour version but im assuming its slightly softer which will definately perform better on approach shots compared to the regular q star.

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Actually been switching back and forth between the z-star and MTB Snell ball. Both are very similar but I think the Srixon might go a little further off of the tee.

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I like the Soft Feel and I want to try the Q-Star.

Edited by tehuti

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Played the QST again in 60 degree temps. It felt great and there was plenty of green side spin. At DSG, they have 6 ball trial packs at 10 dollars, which can't be beat. In the very cold weather, I will be going with the soft feel.

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On 10/18/2018 at 1:38 PM, tehuti said:

I like the Soft Feel and I want to try the Q-Star.

I just bought some Q-Stars. Haven't played them yet but at my home course you need more spin around the green for better control so I'm starting to up my ball game..lol

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AD333's, UK equivalent to the Q Star. Pretty decent ball. I like to try different balls so not sure if i'll stick with them next year. Trying to go back to budget golf again.

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7 hours ago, vonbonds said:

I just bought some Q-Stars. Haven't played them yet but at my home course you need more spin around the green for better control so I'm starting to up my ball game..lol

Q Star or QST? You've got to try the QST for the green side spin. 

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8 hours ago, Sandhills Golfe said:

Q Star or QST? You've got to try the QST for the green side spin. 

Baby steps, Q Star for now. I've played a few rounds with QST but that was before I started taking lessons.

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On 11/9/2018 at 3:20 PM, vonbonds said:

Baby steps, Q Star for now. I've played a few rounds with QST but that was before I started taking lessons.

I'd recommend the QST. For 8-10 bucks more, you get to watch them spin on the green.

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I purchased 3 dozen Srixon Soft during the cyber Monday sale from Dicks.  I will give my opinion in the Spring.

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Ive played Srixons in the past.  Theyre good balls, nothing special though.  I used to be a big fan of the AD333 but havent exactly been overwhelmed by any of their newer offerings.

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