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  1. Has anyone tried the Vice line of golf balls? They look very intriguing to me, I just wanted to see if anyone on here has tried them or even use them regularly. I currently switch around golf balls pretty often depending on what people give me as gifts and also what I just impulsively buy at Golfsmith. I've bounced from the Taylormade Burner, to ProV1s, to ProV1xs, to NXTs, and Nike RZNs lately. I really want to try and settle on a consistent ball to hopefully get more consistent results out of my game.
  2. I just watched a FlightScope webinar and they talked about Bryson’s balancing of balls, and Alex said that even Tour balls (Bridgestone?) don’t balance evenly. So, maybe at his level, he’s actually on to something? Should we be balancing our golf balls?
  3. Hi Everyone, I sort of hate to even open this topic up but would honestly like to hear some other opinions. For the last 2 years, ( I just started playing golf 2 years ago because of Parkinson's Disease in my right hand. Exercise does wonders for controlling this disease. I had quit playing back in 1975 due to work, family, and raising kids.) ; I have been shooting just under a 97 to 100 for 18 from the whites. I am a 72 year old right handed golfer and play fairly well, at least I think I do. ( I play the ball where it lies and only move it or touch it if allowed by the USGA
  4. In short, will added vinyl from a cricut machine affect performance (spin, ball speed, accuracy)? Most people will write on their golf balls with marker for identification. However I am a graphics designer with a love of golf. I want to make my own small custom logos to overlay ontop of the golf ball. The vinyl should conform to the ball and still show the dimples just fine. I am not worried about damage to the vinyl that is irrelevant. Please let me know if there has been any testing done, I do not have a launch monitor to test with and without. Thanks !
  5. Hello, I am new here so I will introduce myself shortly. I am 22 years old and I am from Montevideo, Uruguay. I got into golf when I was 6 years old and now I am starting to build my equipment. As driving ranges and golf courses are expensive here, I thought of buying some of these restricted flight practice balls to take to the park. Which ones would you recommend to me? Please suggest some good ones!
  6. So, after near drought conditions in Ireland (which we're just coming out of to the relief of farmers and greens-keepers across the nation) the last few weeks have rendered all courses links-like. In these conditions I decided to really lean into the use of premium balls, to try ensure greens were held, chips checked etc. While doing this, it nearly reinforced my opinion that the 'just below premium' balls seem to suit the way I hit the ball, but damn, those one hop - stop chips with premium balls just ain't the same with 2nd tier or lower. To the point, of all the premium balls, I
  7. Besides the price, what is the main difference between the taylormade TP5 and the 2016 taylormade tour preferred balls? I wanted to order the TP5's but want to know if they are worth the $44 a dozon
  8. Has anyone tried the Callaway Superhot 70 balls? I typically play Bridgestone e6, but tried the Superhot 55 balls and liked them. Callaway has changed from a 55 core compression ball to a 70 core compression ball. Hoping to hear feedback on the new Superhot 70, and also if anyone has compared it to the Bridgestone e6. Thanks.
  9. Did a search but couldn't find a thread on it. Where do you guys buy your balls. (Twelve year old boys snicker.)
  10. Turkey day is here! While we all enjoy quality time with family, friends, pets, food, or any combination of them, there are plenty of golf deals all around us today and in the month to come! Just wondering: What are some areas of your bag that you're hoping to upgrade, add to, or simply something to purchase in excess this holiday season? And what are some sites and stores you'll be keeping an extra eye on? Personally, I've been able to get a hold of a Wilson FG Wedge last week that went on a pre-black Friday sale and it was something I've been eyeing for awhile. On the same note, my fath
  11. Before I put the campaign email and all that, I've signed up for six of these. I think that they will be quite helpful for a few things: Some training, both as things you putt and things you can put in the way to help influence clubhead or swing direction. Newer players (the equator of the ball is higher, so new players will have an easier time getting these up in the air). Reduced distance games for college golfers playing from the front-most tees… or other unique challenges like that. Big.Balls., the Oversized Golf Training Ball That Helps Golfers Hit More Birdies, L
  12. so I have always played any ball I can find etc. and always buy cheap nitro golf balls. this year I'm going to try to just use one ball and see if it matters at all. so I'm looking to buy about 100 top flight xl as there are cheaper price about 55 cents per ball and a name brand. I understand they may not perform as well around the green . but I still loose 2 many balls , to use any ball that's over 1.50$ per ball . my questions is will I loose distance using these or other cheaper name brand golf balls? vs. the more expensive balls . because I can afford more expensive balls, but it might g
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