Summary: Great ball for the money I normally play the pro v this ball does everything a pro v does for half the price, you just need to hit consistant shots, awesome deal for $19.00 at Dicks. Good playing all.
Summary: I've been playing ProV1 balls for the past two years shooting in the 70's and 80's. As i've gotten older, distance has become a problem to the point that my game has become one of fairway woods and hybrids as opposed to irons.
Summary: I was hesitant to play with a Topflite ball because until the Gamer came along the old topflites felt as if I was hitting a rock! This is a great price compromise for those who "have to hit a high priced ball".
Summary: I normally play the Pro V1, but I hit my drive into the water on number 9. While looking for it, I found a Gamer v2. I decided to play with it from there since this was just a practice round and I wanted to try it. I had to hit out in the fairway and pitch onto the green.
Summary: A long time Titleist fan, I had recently been playing the NXT Tour and NXT Tour S. My game has been inconsistent, and I have been losing 4-5 balls in hazards on many rounds. Looking for a less expensive but playable ball, the Gamer v2 seemed to have great reviews.
Summary: I am on a quest like most other hackers trying to find some consistency in their game. After having back surgery, left solder surgery and gaining an extra 60lbs I am trying to break back into double digit scores with no luck so far.
Summary: I wouldn't say this ball has changed my life, but it certainly has given me some confidence with my approach shots. It's great off the tee as well. I avg around 260-280yds off the tee, so a majority of my strokes are reliant into the green.
Summary: Asked my golf shop for a good inexpensive ball that offered distance and some playability (let's face it not many of us can spin a ball anyway) around the greens. He sold me Gamers - they play better than the more expensive balls I've played like Taylor Made TP Red.
Summary: This ball does not spin as much on wedge shots as a typical tour ball, but in other respects hangs well with the Pro V1 and Nike One Tour. I use this ball for soft greens. For hard greens that are not holding well I prefer the One Tour (so long as those can be had at $23/dozen).