Summary: une balle parfaite pour moi, plus de distance et de controle sur la drive et les longs fer et hybride, ainsi qun controle autour des verts avec wedge 52 degre, cette balle me donne confiance sur le tee off tres important pcq le jeu est mental ,
Summary: 10 hdcp. I was on a mission to find the perfect ball for my game. This ball for my game is better than the new Prov-1X when it comes to the short game. Perfect chipping ball. I holed more putts also with this ball. It has just the right amount of spin for the courses I play. It has the distance of a harder two piece ball also but it's softer,It took me a while to decide on this one but now they discontinued it. So I went to Dicks S.G. and got six dozen.
Summary: Very long. Very wind resistant and harder to draw or fade than most balls. Played one ball for 72 holes, and although a bit scuffed, still performed well. Feel is subjective, but not soft. Did I say long? Off driver and 3 wood it is longer than most two piece balls for someone who has club head speed. Off the irons it's just consistent. Pro V1x is a close second, but it's more expensive, less durable and is more influenced by lateral driver spin.
Conclusion: This ball is magnificent. It gives you everything a premium ball is supposed to, with the added durability that a ProV cannot provide. I have Vokey Wedges which are notoriously known for tearing up the covers of premium golf balls. I play a full 18 with the IX's, which make spending $45 a dozen manageable. I would recommend these balls to those who struggle with their chipping because the added spin helps mis hits check.
Conclusion: This ball both goes far and holds greens. I used to pull out my Nike PD Long ball for my LD attempts, but this one goes just as far, if not more so, and does well around the greens for my type of swing. On a par 3, my ball sticks. I got these from a Callaway gift card, as I never spend over 25 for a dozen balls, but these might start being worth it, as I don't lose them like I do with others. It gives some feeling of confidence as well.
It's been awhile since my last review, so I've got plenty to share.
rebelball9, The Greenskeeper
13 November 2008
Conclusion: Towards the end of the tournament season of 09 this ball became my go to tournament ball. It is long and straight of the tee and is very low spin. It doesn't feel soft but not hard. It is more firm. With irons and wedges into the green it won't spin as much as other balls on the market, but it is enough to be useful and can still be controlled.
Conclusion: This ball is the best! I was afraid that I'd lose distance because of the great feel, but that's not the case. I hit these every bit as far as a Pinnacle. What I really like about this ball is the feel off the clubface with my iron shots and the control around the green. I've tried the ProV1 but it doesn't have the same feel and touch. If you're going to splurge this is the ball or better yet put it on your gift wish list. I got 3 dozen last Christmas and I'm in heaven.
Conclusion: Have played these balls a couple of times. Give a great feel off the irons. Reasonable distance off the tee and gives a good feel around the greens. The only problem I found with them was that the soft feel meant that I had to literally smash the ball with the putter on the greens. Will not hesitate to use the ball in the Summer on fast greens but will keep it in the bag during the Winter.