BIG GOLF BRANDS DON'T WANT YOU TO BUY THESE GOLF BALLS!?

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BIG GOLF BRANDS DON’T WANT YOU TO BUY THESE GOLF BALLS!? Callaway, Titleist, Taylormade, Mizuno and all other b=huge golf brands seem to oddly release golf equipment that they don’t want you to buy! cheap golf clubs from costco, cheap golf balls from random shops, all with the huge brand names on them… but are they any good? in this video myself and chris test a Callaway golf ball that we had never heard of nor seen before… are these the best golf balls for beginner golfers? the best golf ball for mid handicap golfers? or maybe even the best cheap golf ball you can buy? let’s find out… and let’s do it now!

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Mick Hirk says:

Most likely the same ball as the Kirkland signature

Shawn Taylor says:

$50 when I run out of Pro -V1

William King says:

right now i'm using only used balls which i'm buying from maintenance people on my golf course, if given an option to buy new balls i would be buying low compression balls for 2 reason 1 my downward swing is a bit slow and low com balls takes off faster reason 2 it's cheaper than 3piece balls like ProV 1 🙂

Stephen Moore says:

Hi guys, like most amateurs,losing balls can be very costly. I personally use Callaway Hex tour soft at £29 for 24 balls at Costco UK and in fairness I love them. At my level I can’t tell the difference from this and a Pro V and I’ve used both.

William King says:

right now i'm using only used balls which i'm buying from maintenance people on my golf course, if given an option to buy new balls i would be buying low compression balls for 2 reason 1 my downward swing is a bit slow and low com balls takes off faster reason 2 it's cheaper than 3piece balls like ProV 1 🙂

David Whittington says:

AD333 they vary in price £21 per dozen I've used the CXR a couple of times kind of ok at a push for winter

colin tennant says:

Been trying vice and seed balls. Decent and not too sure I can tell much difference from tp5.

Boyd Grandy says:

The hexagonal dimple is alleged, by Calloway, to impart superior flight and spin characteristics to the ball, over that observed in traditionally dimpled balls.
Basically any imperfection in the surface of a ball will make it fly farther than a perfectly smooth surface, as witness the "ah ha!" moment when the boys back in the 19th century realized that an old, scratched up gutty ball flew further than a brand spanky new perfectly smooth one. It took a while before dimples were actually arrived at, as the early complex surfaced balls had little knobs sticking out, or were simply cross hatched for the desired result.
By the way, you can't do any of that with a feathery….

Ian Naylor says:

Another Sports Direct ball worth trying is the Srixon Marathon Soft, 2 dozen for £20

aslainburner says:

I got these for a present and didn't think much of them, that was until I tried them. They feel so soft off the face, very nice golf balls.

Boyd Grandy says:

"Refurbished" Prov1s, or any repainted/repackaged premium balls are trash.
Most likely, they have been recovered, by divers, from water hazards, which means that they are probably waterlogged.
There is a reason that some ProV1 balls retire to the woods or the pond, and it isn't always because of the hacker who launches them for the last time.
Nope. You are much better off buying new balls, of whatever stripe your budget can support.
I find many golf balls, of all grades and price, on the courses I play. They either go into the shag bag (if they aren't too obviously chewed to bits), or into the rotten ball pocket of my bag, from which I remove sacrificial balls to launch across the Oswego River as an offering to the golf demon who must be assuaged. The river is also 300 yards wide where I hit them, and it is a good test of length of flight, so there's that.

James Gill says:

I use the Taylormade Soft Response and I love it

gjgjgjgj1100 says:

Snell MTB X is the best golf ball for the money.

N McC. says:

Budget iron set!!!!!!!!!!!!

Richard Harding says:

I bought Callaway Super Soft from Sports Direct for £19.99

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