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#1 Viktoryred3


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Posted 07 May 2018 - 08:25 AM

My apologies if there is another topic similar to this, but I’m in need of some help with choosing my golf ball. This is my 3rd year golfing and I’m around 11 handicap. Ever since I began playing I’ve always gamed whatever balls I’ve had in my bag, (top brands, not those Walmart rocks like nitros) mainly used with the exception of a new dozen given to me here or there by a buddy if he didn’t like them. Never had a preference on a ball, never really thought it mattered. Now that I strike the ball better than ever I definitely can feel the difference in ball brands and makes. I want to make the move to playing 1 particular ball just so I can have a more consistent feedback in my “feel” during the ball strike. How do you guys decide on what ball to play? Solely on feel (hard vs soft)? Or do you use other intricacies such as spin rate, swing speed, etc? Thanks for any help?


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Posted 07 May 2018 - 08:52 AM

From outside 50 yards. I could care less what ball I game. As long as the compression is inline with my swing speed.

My ball of choice is the Pro v1 and unusually wait until the greens are mid season firm to put them into play. Spring and Fall golf i game whatever, its all about short game control not driving distance. I don't care how "soft" or "hard" the ball may be perceived because I generally find the center of the club face, and even the hardest ball will feel soft struck in the sweet spot.

So, to help narrow down YOUR ball of choice. First determine what is more important to your game. Feel, control or all out distance.

Enjoy the journey of ball selection because there are a sh$t ton of golf balls to tinker with!


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Posted 07 May 2018 - 08:56 AM

Maybe try the online fittings first to get a feel for what that tech says. Itís not horrible to begin with. Bridgestone has one. Titleist too. Then research similar balls from other mfgs and go hit some. Start on the green. Then chipping. Tight is right behind that they are all very similar give or take 5 yards. Cross field had a pretty cool video on it. Good luck!
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Posted 07 May 2018 - 10:11 AM

Check out the direct to consumer balls to test out before settling on a ball.  These companies are Snell, Vice, Cut and Aris.  I'm probably forgetting a few.  All of these will let you buy sample sleeves or sample packs to test multiple ranges they have.  So many great offerings in golf balls these days at a better price than your standard ProV1.


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Posted 07 May 2018 - 10:26 AM

I finally made the switch to ProV1's full time. I used to just bounce back in forth between whatever "premium ball" I happened to find in the weeds. I just love the feel of the ProV1 off irons and wedges so much that I can't find myself to use anything else. They are super expensive, but I just order them at the start of the year when the 4 dozen for the price of 3 dozen deal is going, and I usually have quite a few left at the end of the year.

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Posted 07 May 2018 - 10:47 AM

View PostKammaQwazi, on 07 May 2018 - 10:26 AM, said:

I finally made the switch to ProV1's full time. I used to just bounce back in forth between whatever "premium ball" I happened to find in the weeds. I just love the feel of the ProV1 off irons and wedges so much that I can't find myself to use anything else. They are super expensive, but I just order them at the start of the year when the 4 dozen for the price of 3 dozen deal is going, and I usually have quite a few left at the end of the year.

I have 4 V1s in my bag now that I came across.... I love the way they hit also but still cant get myself to buy a dozen. Although, Im running low on my Chrome Softs and the price went way up close to V1 territory.
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Posted 07 May 2018 - 01:42 PM

First of all I never buy NIB golf balls unless they are less than $25 a box like the B330 RX's in yellow that I started back into the game hitting.  I also bought a bunch, I mean a bunch of Nike's RZN Tour Platinum's in white from Dunham's when they were clearing them out for a good price!  After playing both of them for awhile, I then went to Golf ball direct and bought a dozen of 4A balls like Chrome Soft's to try and liked them better so I bought more, some in 4A or 5A depending on the discount coupon I got and started playing them full time in the yellow/black truvis.  I prefer the yellow ball over white ones so the Nike's hardly get used or only during early Spring and late Fall so those will last me forever!


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Posted 07 May 2018 - 01:53 PM

I use any premium ball. Usually the pro v 1 but I will also do others based on price. Iím playing the Bridgestone bxs right now because I got a dozen for $35. The spin around the green is a big deal for me. Youíre not going to get that spin with a cheap ball.

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Posted 07 May 2018 - 02:47 PM

View PostTwism86, on 07 May 2018 - 10:47 AM, said:

View PostKammaQwazi, on 07 May 2018 - 10:26 AM, said:

I finally made the switch to ProV1's full time. I used to just bounce back in forth between whatever "premium ball" I happened to find in the weeds. I just love the feel of the ProV1 off irons and wedges so much that I can't find myself to use anything else. They are super expensive, but I just order them at the start of the year when the 4 dozen for the price of 3 dozen deal is going, and I usually have quite a few left at the end of the year.

I have 4 V1s in my bag now that I came across.... I love the way they hit also but still cant get myself to buy a dozen. Although, Im running low on my Chrome Softs and the price went way up close to V1 territory.
Funny. I don't buy Pro Vs either. But, last week I found one and put it into play and, I must say that's a very fine ball.
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Posted 08 May 2018 - 02:16 PM

First determine the caliber of player you are.  Then determine how high you hit the ball and how much spin you need. Check this site out if you are interested in
trying out a few brands at a low cost.

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Posted 08 May 2018 - 08:03 PM

And I only started playing the Chrome Soft because I also found one and liked it!
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Posted 08 May 2018 - 08:17 PM

The last 3 weeks I have been testing balls for the first time. I remember a time that my only requirements were that my ball was round and I preferred white.
Then after a few years I added the requirement that it was at least a little softer than a rock.
More recently, I kept those requirements but had found I mostly liked best a few of the premium balls and played Pro V1 or V1x. But I also liked a few other balls I had found on the course so I decided to see what ball I really liked before i got too deep into this year. I have worked very hard since this time last year putting the rest of my bag together and FINALLY am set for at least the rest of this year. All that was left was to find if ball choice made any difference or perceived difference to my game.
Though I may have missed some great opportunities, I limited this quest to some balls I have actually at least played before and liked. I feel like I did the preliminary work during the years I have played and I wanted to work with what I liked and not waste time or money on others. The contestants would all be the most recent editions of the following:
Callaway CS and CSx
Taylormade TP5 and TP5x
Titleist Pro V1 and V1x

I started by buying a dozen of each locally. I have spent about 7 hours chipping and pitching these balls on three different greens in my area. I would take 2 balls of each and hit from the same spot. I wanted to see how they reacted to different conditions and even on different grasses. I played 72 holes of golf on 3 different courses in varied conditions including winds that were a mild 5 to 7mph one day up to winds of 18 to 22mph one day. While I took some notes, I decided to be brief and provide my perception of results because this is how I decided to make my decision. I want to play the ball that after hours of practice and play stood out in my mind as the best for my game.

Where these balls differed the most to me was around the green. There is a huge difference when putting these balls one after another. Of course they are round and all roll well but they are very different. The softest ball off my putter seemed to consistently be the Taylormade TP5. I kept rolling putts and when I hit the TP5, it jumped out as being so soft and smooth off my putter. All the x balls seemed much harder. I liked the soft feel a lot but then it got into my head that I was actually making more good putts with the harder balls and particularly the Pro V1x. There was the comfort factor with the ball I had been playing all spring. So the winner in putting...I was not sure.

On the course I found all 6 to be playable for me. The TP5x seemed to be the longest off the driver for me but not by enough to be the deciding factor. With full shots into the green with mid irons to wedges, this was important to me and I saw some differences:
Pro V1 and V1x: both had a lot of spin with the wedges and short irons and more than I really wanted at times. The 4 to 10 foot zip back is not ideal for me. I don't always know my courses nor the greens all that well so if I can get a yardage on my rangefinder and hit that yardage I feel I take some terrain variables out of the equation. Nothing like hitting a great shot only to see it zip backwards down a slope that you really were not aware of.  
CS and CSx: I felt these two were both low launching and because I have bent my irons strong to control launch I probably set my clubs up in a way that was not ideal. With the low launch and mid spin I saw with both, they played their way out of contention pretty quickly for me. I do not think that is a short coming of the ball, but instead a short coming with my set up?
TP5 and TP5x: These two balls on full shots were both pretty much just land and stop. On less than full swings, I got more run out with the TP5x than what I wanted. Additionally, the TP5 seemed more consistent in trajectory and carry for me. On less than full swings, the TP5 again felt soft.

So, down to the Pro V1, V1x, and TP5 I went back to the greens for another 2 to 3 hours. This now came down to feel. The one thing against the TP5 and V1 was that on this very windy day, pitches seemed to be more affected by the wind while in the air (crazy wind this day). On the green, I loved the firm V1x probably out of familiarity. I loved the soft feel of the TP5. The Pro V1 seemed to land in the middle of the other two. In the end, I have decided on the TP5. It seems to be the king of landing and stopping on iron shots into the greens almost always very close to the divot. It is super soft off of the putter compared to the others and has no real weakness when played with my game.

We all know they are all great and I don't know if I would score any different with any of the six balls in my finals. But, for me the feel and performance of the TP5 is as good as anything made. None of my normal group play it so identifying my ball will be easy. I see no reason not to make it my ball for 2018.

I could not help one more session which borders on torture/stupidity. There was no one on the driving range where I live so I stopped. I hit a couple of small buckets into another windy day. It was humid and the wind was 18mph with gust up to 40mph so not all that pleasant. However, I could not resist pulling out 6 balls, 2 Pro V1x, 2 TP5, and 2 TP5x.
I proceeded to hit each ball at the hundred yard mark and then walked down to see where they landed. I picked them up and did the same for the 125 yard marker, then the 150 marker, then the 250 with my driver, then repeated the 100, then the 125, and then the driver one last time.  
Todays findings, these balls mainly differ in how they feel and how they react on the green. Today was a lot of walking and a little sweat to find they were pretty much interchangeable during this test. Some went a little lower or higher but landed very close to one another. I was hitting the ball pretty consistently and the results were the same.
So, my advice is not to repeat this little exercise without a cart LOL
I am pooped now and only found out one thing. These three balls handle the wind well and give me the same results as far as carry distance with the irons and total distance with the driver into a stout wind.

Edited by rxk9fan, 08 May 2018 - 08:19 PM.

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Posted 09 May 2018 - 06:31 AM

I pick a ball from green to tee. Spin around the green, feel, price for me. ;)
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Posted 09 May 2018 - 06:38 AM

Feel, color and price


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Posted 09 May 2018 - 06:38 AM

Main factors were:
- Wanted a premium ball with control (vs rocks), this led me to Urethane covered balls
- Had a cost target in mind, no more than $40 per dozen
- Feel off of the putter
- Spin and behavior off of shots inside 150 yards
- Wind behavior
- Distance

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Posted 09 May 2018 - 07:34 AM

I tested most of the top premium balls with both 7i and Driver on a launch monitor. I pared the list down to two balls that gave me the best combination of ball speed, launch angle, spin rate and angle of descent.  

Then I tested like crazy around the greens.  Lots of wedges and lots of putts.  With the wedges I was looking for feel and spin characteristics.  With the putter it was primarily feel on shorter putts with break and then long putts.

The winner for me this year was the Callaway Chrome Soft 18.
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Posted 09 May 2018 - 10:30 AM

Local shop to me sells almost any ball you can think of by the sleeve. So i started with 4 i thought i might like. A few rounds of twilight golf by myself on empty course i put them up against each other (almost like a bracket style tournament) and came out with my winner. Shocked as i was the 2018 Chrome Soft X came out as the winner. Honestly kinda sad it beat out the Vice Pro ive been playing for a couple years now. I would suggest just doing a little home work on 4ish different balls you are thinking about and putting them up against each other like this.


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Posted 09 May 2018 - 11:22 AM

Pretty much all balls on the market are designed to be at the USGA limits for ball speed off impact and total distance.  For this reason distance between different balls is pretty much a non issue for all but elite level players that can control distance down to a yard or two on their approach shots.  

Secondly, the cover type is the primary technical feature which determines spin.  If you look at spin charts such as the ones published by Golf Digest you will see that urethane cover balls spin more than surlyn covered balls and that most urethane cover balls fall into a pretty tight range of variation.  You need to be a pretty darn good ball striker to notice significant difference in spin between different urethane balls.  Surlyn covered balls show more spin variation between different models but don't confuse this with more distance because as stated already, distance is already at the limit.  Surlyn balls tend to fly higher and side spin less, but they also bite less on the green so there is no free lunch.

Ball feel, due to hardness, is one feature that's pretty easy to discern by even regular players.  It's an error in judgement to try to equate firmness to performance though.  And there is no correlation between compression (hardness) and distance as it relates to swing speed either.  So in other words, if you swing slow but like the feel of a firm "X" ball then go with it and don't fear you are giving up distance because you are not.

Bottom line, if you want approach shot spin get a urethane covered ball and then select a ball with the feel you desire.  If you want a high flight and slightly lower side spin, but low approach shot spin, then a Surlyn ball may be for you.
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Posted 09 May 2018 - 11:30 AM

I picked my ball very carefully....based on the golf ball thread with the most posts on WRX.


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Posted 09 May 2018 - 12:13 PM

Start with how they chip / putt and work your way back to the tee.  Most all will drive roughly the same (lower spin on drives), but they will differentiate themselves from the approach shots to the green.  Pick which one suites your game best in the price range you're looking for.  I game Snell MTBs currently.

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Posted 13 May 2018 - 10:11 PM

I played Hex dimple pattern (great wind ball) pretty much since released, so worked way through Cally line to CS18x.

Mainly decide on feel, as most tour balls spin well for me so I can learn how they react.

If like to test everything, work from green back, some are super sensitive to putter 'click', I'm not.
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Posted 14 May 2018 - 04:21 AM

In general, I play the premium ball that is on sale. Amazon has previous year premium balls on sale for a great deal.
Callaway Rogue Sub Zero - Project X HZRDUS Yellow 75  6.0
Callaway XR-16 3 wood - Fujikura Speeder
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Posted 23 May 2018 - 11:28 AM

From a spin chart
Callaway Hyper X 9*  what's the point?

Taylormade RBZ 15* 3W

Cleveland Launcher 3W 15*

Synchron Vespa 19* hybrid

Dunlop Pro 18* driving iron

Orlimar clone 23* 7W

Dynacraft Prophet CB flexface 5i-PW

Acer XB 52* & 58* wedges

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Posted 23 May 2018 - 12:05 PM

I found it.
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Posted 23 May 2018 - 04:14 PM

My wife bought me several dozen NXT Tour Ss on my brother in law’s recommendation. I told my my brother in law some Chromesoft would be nice next time. I hate paying for more expensive balls but I’ve gotta use them if she buys them.

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Posted 23 May 2018 - 04:19 PM

Picked most expensive, figured it’s gotta be good;)
Titleist 917 D3   Tour Spec Speeder
Titleist 917 F2   Tensei Orange
Titleist 818 H2   Tensei White
Titleist 718 CB 4-PW KBS C-Taper Limited Gun Metal
PXG Darkness 52/58    MCI-100 black
009 ProV1


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