Summary: About the same as Titleist NXT Tour, except $10 cheaper (or more). Little less curveture than NXT Tour, but enough to work it. The Platinum Feel won't back up on the green, but the ball will stop fairly quickly (one hop, then stop). For the price, you can't ask any better. Plus, you won't feel bad when you lose it since it is so cheap. This ball is going to be my regular ball.
Summary: Wow, i broke my first 80 and guess what ball was use to brake it. Pinnacle Feel. It's just what it say on the box and every bit of it. I was sad to see the Titleist DT So/Lo discontinue there sale of the brand to dept store. Now, it have to be purchase at a Pro Shop. Tried a few balls out and bar none this is the sweetest one on the market. It do not play like the high end balls...but, it right next door.
Summary: Given to me as a X-Mas gift. It sat on the puter desk for about 7 months till I pretty ran out of my main lineup of models. "Oh what the heck"...First place I tried them out was on the putting greens. OMG...not a rock...or a ping ping ball. Well I'll be. it surpased my expectations right then. Granted that this is still a Pi-Nuckle down to it's soul, however, this was a fantastic move forward to the softer side.