Summary: Both Gamers spin well enough, for sure, and you can bomb them off the tee. I like the D2s, also. Are these balls as good as ProV-1s? To me, they're close. The old TFXL gets dumped on pretty good in these reviews, have you noticed? But you could bomb the old TFXL just fine. It was long off the tee,as you remember.
Summary: I likem. But for 4 dollars more.....get the gamer V2. Look at the reviews for the gamer. Especially the new V2. Unbelievable ball for the money. PROV1 performance for less than half the money. I've been stuck to these balls for the last six months and I won't switch.
Summary: Good quality golf ball. Made in the USA. Price $14.99 on sale for box of 15. My usual ball for the past 2 years has been the Titleist Pro V-1. I hit the Top Flite D2 Straight ball a little longer than the Titleist. I get a more piercing trajectory with the Top Flite. It seems easier to drive a slight draw from the tee box with the D2. Putting feel is not as soft as the Pro V-1, but the roll of the D2 on the green is predictable. I like 'em!
Summary: This is a good budget ball that has good compression. (I usually test lake balls over the autumn and winter months and low compression balls go further during the cold). It allowed me to shape my shots and produced a saitisfactory amount of check on chipping. The low down: 1) driver: not the longest but felt confident of trajectory and shot shape.
Summary: Love this ball for how much it cost. It feels super soft off the face and the tests/sepcs show that the compression rate is just shy of the ProV1's (the TF gamer is the one of the softest out there). It feels the BEST off of my wedges and like many people say here...you just can't beat a good $1 ball (given the fact that you lose some in the water..