Conclusion: I like the soft feel of this ball, and the spin generated on the approach wedge shots. Seems to go long off the tee, and it is a high-performance 3-piece ball. I shot my career low score (in the 70's), with a ball that I had played a previous round with, so it gets high marks for durability. Elite ball pricing at $40/doz.
Summary: first: the reason you spend more money on the high end balls is for the spin! otherwise you could really be happy with the Pinnicale Feel. they go far and feel pretty good but dont spin and there cheap! in my experience most of the high end balls are all compareable. they all spin good and go far. this is no exeption. the biggest difference is that you can find these on special from time to time including now for around $25 a dozen.
Conclusion: I tried this the other day and I just didn't really like it. It felt hard, didn't spin as much as I thought it would, and didn't putt as smooth as other balls. It was pretty long, however for the price it is not even close to being worth it.
Summary: This is a fantastic (and completely off of most people's radar for some reason) premium golf ball. Distance is excellent for a three piece ball and controls nicely around the green. This ball is a little harder than a Pro V1 and doesn't have quite as much spin, but for me, I prefer a nice firm feel at impact and the extra 5-7 yards distance that I gain over the Pro V1 is worth it. It still checks up quite nicely when struck well.
Excerpt: This may be aimed at the low handycapper, but I tried them to see if they would improve my short game around the green and found to my suprise they they gave me the bonus of long, straight, wind penetrating shots off the tee