I'm intrigued, I see it is marketed to mid/slow swingers, will it's benefits fit a faster swinger (95-100mph)? Starting to run low on balls (self inflicted loss and just a long time since I have bought balls) so I was looking for some new models to try.
I swing 100/105 and have hit my longest drives ever with this ball
I have not done a side-by-side comp. with the TM or ProV yet: I would like to see a professional test of these versus "premium" balls. Are there any good empirical studies with a machine like Iron Byron?
I found one of these in the rough and I liked the look of it. I'm not sure how old it is, but it looks like a few seasons old and has a scrape on it from a dance with a cart path. Played on Friday and decided to try it on a water hazard hole, 400 yards that plays about 10 yards uphill. I carried the water hazard by 20 yards, never done that before. I was Driver- AWedge to about 10 feet. This is a hole I usually make 5+ on, made 3 that day. Ball stops very quickly on the greens, back spin even (Poa greens at this course).
I normally hit my 3 Wood 230 -250; this ball went 263-270 on the few holes I tried it. My SS is 104 - 109 right now. So yeah I am impressed. I also find it has more speed off the face of the putter too. Headed to the store to buy a 24 pack on sale.