Jump to content

Welcome. You are currently viewing the forum as a guest which does not give you access to all the great features at GolfWRX such as viewing all the images, interacting with members, access to all forums and eligiblility to win free giveaways. Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free. Create a FREE GolfWRX account here.

- - - - -

Need a new ball for 2019


  • Please log in to reply
24 replies to this topic

#1 cj4501

cj4501

    Member

  • Advanced Members
  • PipPipPip
  • 240 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 201969
  • Joined: 09/07/2012
  • Location:DES MOINES, IA
  • Ebay ID:johnsoncris
GolfWRX Likes : 36

Posted 04 October 2018 - 07:45 PM

I play CS truvis but not in love with them. Def want a ball that helps with side spin and easy to compress. My ss is around 99-103max.


Remove This Advertisement Viewing As Guest

    GolfWRX Forums

    Advertisement


1

#2 Pulledabill

Pulledabill

    Member

  • Advanced Members
  • PipPipPip
  • 202 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 478786
  • Joined: 08/13/2017
  • Location:Keizer, OR
  • Handicap:12
GolfWRX Likes : 49

Posted 04 October 2018 - 09:56 PM

AVX

2

#3 rnewm003

rnewm003

    Member

  • Advanced Members
  • PipPipPip
  • 76 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 62763
  • Joined: 08/09/2008
GolfWRX Likes : 26

Posted 05 October 2018 - 05:47 AM

I second that! AVX is like the Pro V1 and Pro V1X had a baby that has a soft spot for golf. low spin, great feel, soft of the putter, AMAZING...

3

#4 monks66

monks66

    Tour Winner

  • Advanced Members
  • PipPipPipPipPip
  • 550 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 465294
  • Joined: 04/26/2017
GolfWRX Likes : 137

Posted 05 October 2018 - 05:49 AM

AVX here!

4

#5 mlp021

mlp021

    Advanced

  • Advanced Members
  • PipPipPipPip
  • 368 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 396662
  • Joined: 09/20/2015
  • Location:Texas Panhandle
  • Handicap:8.2
  • Ebay ID:gap-guy
GolfWRX Likes : 104

Posted 05 October 2018 - 07:04 AM

BXS?

Driver: Mizuno GT-180 - Kuro Kage Stiff
Hybrid: Mizuno JPX-EZ - Stiff
Irons: Mizuno JPX Hot Metal - Modus 105 Stiff
Wedges: Mizuno T7 - 50, 54, 58, 62
Putter - Odyssey Mini Jailbird

5

#6 scott_Donald

scott_Donald

    Major Winner

  • Advanced Members
  • PipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 1,928 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 104074
  • Joined: 02/28/2010
GolfWRX Likes : 401

Posted 05 October 2018 - 07:22 AM

lots of new balls this winter so just wait, try a few right now and then compare to the news ones coming.

Taylormade M3 8.5* Tensei Orange 70TX
Taylormade M2 Tour 14* Speeder TS 8.2X


Taylormade P790 UDI C taper X
Mizuno JPX 919 Tour 4-9  C taper X


Vokey SM7 RAW 46*F, 50*F C taper X

Vokey SM7 RAW 54*M, 60*M S400


Artisan BlueBonnet Carbon 0217


6

#7 Z1ggy16

Z1ggy16

    Hall of Fame

  • Advanced Members
  • PipPipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 5,727 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 430110
  • Joined: 06/22/2016
GolfWRX Likes : 1859

Posted 05 October 2018 - 07:24 AM

There's really no such thing as side spin... But assuming you want your ball to hook/slice less would mean you'll want to use a lower spinning ball.

Lowest spin ball that still felt soft that I've used is either the Snell Get Sum or the Supersoft. E6 soft is also a solid choice but I think it spins a little more than the previous.
WITB
DR - Z785 Tensei Pro Blue 60
3W - F8 HZRDUS Black 75
3h - JPX 850 Tensei Blue 80
Irons - P790 4-PW Modus 120
GW - Cobra Trusty 50/8 Modus Wedge 115
SW - MD4 54/12W Modus Wedge 115
LW - MD4 58/12X Modus Wedge 115
P - Custom Oil Soaked Xenon
Ball - Project (a)
Sun Mountain 4.5 Bag

7

#8 elwhippy

elwhippy

    Major Winner

  • Advanced Members
  • PipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 2,575 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 3536
  • Joined: 07/28/2005
GolfWRX Likes : 1021

Posted 05 October 2018 - 08:38 AM

New TPs, V1s, Z-stars and I think Bridgestone ammo on the way.

8

#9 ChrisGio315

ChrisGio315

    Member

  • Advanced Members
  • PipPipPip
  • 178 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 195398
  • Joined: 07/30/2012
  • Location:Revere, MA
  • Handicap:18
  • Ebay ID:Daysgobye
GolfWRX Likes : 15

Posted 05 October 2018 - 09:47 AM

Another vote for the AVX. Love it!
Titleist 917D2 (9.5*)
Titleist 917F2 (15*, 18*, 21*)
Titleist 716 AP1 (4 - W2)
Custom Newport Select 2.5
Titleist AVX

9

#10 cj4501

cj4501

    Member

  • Advanced Members
  • PipPipPip
  • 240 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 201969
  • Joined: 09/07/2012
  • Location:DES MOINES, IA
  • Ebay ID:johnsoncris
GolfWRX Likes : 36

Posted 05 October 2018 - 11:37 AM

Interesting. Might have to give avx a try, was looking at e6 soft as well


Remove This Advertisement Viewing As Guest

    GolfWRX Forums

    Advertisement


10

#11 rayguy24

rayguy24

    Rookie

  • Members
  • PipPip
  • 62 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 31507
  • Joined: 06/13/2007
  • Ebay ID:rayguy24
GolfWRX Likes : 6

Posted 07 October 2018 - 10:02 PM

Anyone try Cut Blue?

11

#12 Hertsjoatmon

Hertsjoatmon

    Newbie

  • Members
  • Pip
  • 28 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 500716
  • Joined: 05/02/2018
  • Location:Hertfordshire
  • Handicap:28
GolfWRX Likes : 1

Posted 08 October 2018 - 10:18 AM

second this about the e6 soft being higher spinning than the 2015 model. I managed to pick up 2 boxes of the 2015 recently online for £10 each and would recommend them as a budget low spin ball. I also have the e6 soft and don't get on with it quite so much (could all be in my head though).
Callaway GBB 10.5 @ 11.5 toe up 1 - Recoil 450 f3 @ 44" - D0.5
Bertha Mini 1.5 14 @15 toe up 1 - Speeder 665 @42.5" - D1
Big Bertha 18 @20 toe up 1 - Currently looking for a 70g shaft to play @ 41.5" - D1
Big Bertha 4 hybrid D1.5
Adams New Idea Hybrids 5 - 85g rocketfuel steel shafts R - D1.5
Adams New Idea Hybid irons 6-8 - Ping AWT 2.0 R shafts - D2
Adams New Idea irons 9-PW - Ping AWT 2.0 R shafts - D2.5
Cleveland Rotex 2.0 CB 50.06 55.11 - D3
Ping Tour-W 60.08 - D4
Odyssey 2 Ball fang
e6 soft

85mph SS
Was hitting out the heal and struggling to consistently close the face at impact (slice city!) but improving with shorter shafts and better transition of weights and club lengths. Currently working on shallowing my swing

12

#13 kcd38

kcd38

    Member

  • Advanced Members
  • PipPipPip
  • 186 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 488364
  • Joined: 12/08/2017
  • Location:Ohio
GolfWRX Likes : 47

Posted 10 October 2018 - 07:46 AM

Tour B XS has been as good as any ball ive tested. May be the best feeling ball around the greens
WITB:

Driver - PING G400 LST 8.5, Kuro Kage Dual Core Silver TiNi 60X
3 Wood - PING G400 14.5, Ping Tour 75 S
Hybrid - Mizuno CLK 19 Degree, Fujikura Speeder Evolution Stiff
4-PW - Mizuno Mp 18 MMC 4 iron, Mizuno MP 18 SC 5-PW, KBS C Taper 130 x
Wedges - Titleist Vokey SM7 (52 F, 56 F, 60 D)
Putter - Taylormade Spider Tour Black

13

#14 BrendanH

BrendanH

    Member

  • Advanced Members
  • PipPipPip
  • 141 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 33246
  • Joined: 06/29/2007
  • Location:Washington State
GolfWRX Likes : 22

Posted 11 October 2018 - 09:47 AM

It might help if you elaborated on what you mean by helping with side spin. As mentioned above, there is no such thing as side spin really. A ball will spin on a single axis and that spin axis will tilt left or right depending on  face and path angles. If you are hoping to find a ball that will straighten out a slice or hook, then as far I understand it, more spin is the way to go as it helps to stabilize ball flight.

My SS is similar to yours and I recently started playing the Kirkland Signature 3-Piece. For most shots it is indistinguishable from the ProV1 it replaced, but it spins more on short irons and perhaps a little more around the green too. I bought a ton of them given the price. Durability is great too!!

Edited by BrendanH, 11 October 2018 - 09:48 AM.


14

#15 Hertsjoatmon

Hertsjoatmon

    Newbie

  • Members
  • Pip
  • 28 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 500716
  • Joined: 05/02/2018
  • Location:Hertfordshire
  • Handicap:28
GolfWRX Likes : 1

Posted 12 October 2018 - 03:08 AM

I found the best was to reduce a slide was to use a higher lofted driver (12) and a low spinning ball (I like the 2015 e6 which can be found cheap!). That way your still generating back spin via the loft but it will spin less to either side due to the nature of the ball if you are going out to in or in to out at impact. As a previous poster said, more spin will stabilise the flight.

Sacrifice greenside spin, but its easier to compensate for that than it is having to take drops / dig out of rough / play pinball between trees.

Callaway GBB 10.5 @ 11.5 toe up 1 - Recoil 450 f3 @ 44" - D0.5
Bertha Mini 1.5 14 @15 toe up 1 - Speeder 665 @42.5" - D1
Big Bertha 18 @20 toe up 1 - Currently looking for a 70g shaft to play @ 41.5" - D1
Big Bertha 4 hybrid D1.5
Adams New Idea Hybrids 5 - 85g rocketfuel steel shafts R - D1.5
Adams New Idea Hybid irons 6-8 - Ping AWT 2.0 R shafts - D2
Adams New Idea irons 9-PW - Ping AWT 2.0 R shafts - D2.5
Cleveland Rotex 2.0 CB 50.06 55.11 - D3
Ping Tour-W 60.08 - D4
Odyssey 2 Ball fang
e6 soft

85mph SS
Was hitting out the heal and struggling to consistently close the face at impact (slice city!) but improving with shorter shafts and better transition of weights and club lengths. Currently working on shallowing my swing

15

#16 jimb6golf

jimb6golf

    Major Winner

  • Advanced Members
  • PipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 1,389 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 135116
  • Joined: 08/03/2011
  • Location:Eastern MA
GolfWRX Likes : 368

Posted 12 October 2018 - 02:59 PM

Snell MTB Black or Red. The Black spins a little less overall around the green especially but it really straight. And you can't beat the price.

16

#17 rgmco

rgmco

    Newbie

  • Members
  • Pip
  • 5 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 27801
  • Joined: 04/13/2007
  • Ebay ID:rgmcouch
GolfWRX Likes : 1

Posted 12 October 2018 - 08:04 PM

You might be pleasantly surprised with new Maxfli 4 piece U/Fli soft and U/Fli speed.  $20 doz.

17

#18 AC-Golf

AC-Golf

    Advanced

  • Advanced Members
  • PipPipPipPip
  • 472 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 136138
  • Joined: 08/11/2011
  • Location:Huntersville, NC
  • Handicap:3
  • Ebay ID:333bac2333
GolfWRX Likes : 112

Posted 13 October 2018 - 07:20 PM

Tour B XS beat everything else for me.  Longest of the tee while irons and wedge shots are as good as the others.

Edited by AC-Golf, 13 October 2018 - 07:20 PM.

Callaway Epic SZ 10.5 - GD YS7 Stiff
Callaway 815 14 - GD YS7 Stiff
Taylormade M3 Hybrids 17, 21 - Tensei Pro White 90 S
Bridgestone J15 DF/CB 5-PW - RIP Tour 90 R
Bridgestone J15 50 - Modus 120
Miura 54, 57C - KBS Tour
Byron Morgan DH89

18

#19 nsxguy

nsxguy

    Major Winner

  • Advanced Members
  • PipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 3,449 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 431858
  • Joined: 07/08/2016
  • Location:Florida
  • Handicap:4.4
GolfWRX Likes : 1657

Posted 13 October 2018 - 08:07 PM

View PostBrendanH, on 11 October 2018 - 09:47 AM, said:

It might help if you elaborated on what you mean by helping with side spin. As mentioned above, there is no such thing as side spin really. A ball will spin on a single axis and that spin axis will tilt left or right depending on  face and path angles. If you are hoping to find a ball that will straighten out a slice or hook, then as far I understand it, more spin is the way to go as it helps to stabilize ball flight.

My SS is similar to yours and I recently started playing the Kirkland Signature 3-Piece. For most shots it is indistinguishable from the ProV1 it replaced, but it spins more on short irons and perhaps a little more around the green too. I bought a ton of them given the price. Durability is great too!!

You know, I've wondered about this for a long time.

If 2 balls are hit with a driver and traveling at say, 150 MPH and are off axis the SAME exact angle and one ball is spinning at 3000 RPMs and the other at 2000 RPMs which one will curve more.

I'd always thought the higher spin ball would curve more but you seem to indicate the lower spinning ball would because the higher spinning ball would be more "stable".

I believe so long as the ball has enough spin so as not to "knuckle" (and fall to earth) spin wouldn't have anything to do with "stability".

And aren't the less expensive "distance" balls also very low spin ? Distance because they don't spin much ? And supposed to be straighter as well ? Pretty much all of those balls are low spin, no ?

So why then would a higher spinning ball curve less ? I would think it'd curve more. :dntknw:
Callaway Fusion 9* Project X Handcrafted Hzrdus Black "60" 6.0
Adams A12 Pro hybrids, 16*, 20*, 23*, Aldila VS Proto Stiff
Ping G20 5-P, DG S300

Titleist 816 AP-1 5-P+W2, DGS300
TaylorMade Hi-Toe 58* SW & 64* LW

Scotty Select Newport 2 (today)

Titleist AVX

19

#20 Simp

Simp

    Major Winner

  • Advanced Members
  • PipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 2,634 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 8393
  • Joined: 12/04/2005
  • Location:Trophy Club, Texas
GolfWRX Likes : 185

Posted 13 October 2018 - 08:32 PM

Do yourself a favor and try the budget urethane balls. Vice, MG, MTB, etc. You'll be surprised I think. For a long time I payed $40+ a dozen for balls. I tried the MG balls and I'll never pay that much again. If money is no concern then by all means buy them.

WITB
G400 LST 10
VSteel 13
Adams Idea Pro 20
Adams Idea Pro 23
Mizuno MP18 SC's Fli-Hi 4&5
Cleveland RTX3 50,54 & 60
TaylorMade Spider Mini

Remove This Advertisement Viewing As Guest

    GolfWRX Forums

    Advertisement


Wanna get rid of this ugly yellow box? And remove other annoying "stuff" in between posts? Create a FREE GolfWRX account here.

20

#21 BrendanH

BrendanH

    Member

  • Advanced Members
  • PipPipPip
  • 141 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 33246
  • Joined: 06/29/2007
  • Location:Washington State
GolfWRX Likes : 22

Posted 13 October 2018 - 10:54 PM

 nsxguy, on 13 October 2018 - 08:07 PM, said:

 BrendanH, on 11 October 2018 - 09:47 AM, said:

It might help if you elaborated on what you mean by helping with side spin. As mentioned above, there is no such thing as side spin really. A ball will spin on a single axis and that spin axis will tilt left or right depending on  face and path angles. If you are hoping to find a ball that will straighten out a slice or hook, then as far I understand it, more spin is the way to go as it helps to stabilize ball flight.

My SS is similar to yours and I recently started playing the Kirkland Signature 3-Piece. For most shots it is indistinguishable from the ProV1 it replaced, but it spins more on short irons and perhaps a little more around the green too. I bought a ton of them given the price. Durability is great too!!

You know, I've wondered about this for a long time.

If 2 balls are hit with a driver and traveling at say, 150 MPH and are off axis the SAME exact angle and one ball is spinning at 3000 RPMs and the other at 2000 RPMs which one will curve more.

I'd always thought the higher spin ball would curve more but you seem to indicate the lower spinning ball would because the higher spinning ball would be more "stable".

I believe so long as the ball has enough spin so as not to "knuckle" (and fall to earth) spin wouldn't have anything to do with "stability".

And aren't the less expensive "distance" balls also very low spin ? Distance because they don't spin much ? And supposed to be straighter as well ? Pretty much all of those balls are low spin, no ?

So why then would a higher spinning ball curve less ? I would think it'd curve more. :dntknw:

That's a great question, and to be honest my comments above are based on my own understanding gleaned from feedback from others who undoubtedly know more about it than I do.

My best shot at explaining it (and keep in mind this could be completely wrong) is that a given club/swing combo when hit dead nuts straight on, 0 path, 0 face, will produce a certain amount of backspin and zero sidespin. The club design and loft will have a substantial impact on the backspin produced, as will the ball itself. That backspin keeps the ball airborne and provides distance control. OK, safe so far I think.

Now when you start to introduce a club face that is open or closed to the path you effectively add some sidespin into the mix, which will combine with the backspin to produce a tilted spin axis. That tilted spin axis yields the curve left or right. Still safe I believe....

Now for the shaky ground. Most ball tests I have seen will show similar driver results for most modern golf balls, but the spin numbers will start to vary substantially as loft increases. i.e. higher spin balls will react more effectively to an impact situation which is attempting to impart a lot of spin. Impacts which would typically impart low spin tend to yield very similar results across varied ball models. Given that, if you now consider that for fade or draw strikes, the amount of backspin the club is attempting to impart will greatly exceed the amount of sidespin, it would stand to reason that the higher spinning ball would accept more backspin from the delivery than would a lower spinning ball, whereas both balls will likely yield similar (or at least not massively different) amounts of sidespin. Those netted together would result in a less tilted spin axis for the high spin ball.

Assuming my reasoning on this is sound, a higher spin ball will likely not produce much difference in curvature off a driver, but as you increase loft you would hopefully see a tighter dispersion than the low spin ball would provide.

Or maybe I am deeply confused and someone more knowledgeable needs to step in here, lol.

21

#22 JDax

JDax

    Member

  • Advanced Members
  • PipPipPip
  • 83 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 453022
  • Joined: 01/26/2017
  • Location:Nashville, TN
  • Handicap:11.1
GolfWRX Likes : 20

Posted 13 October 2018 - 10:57 PM

 cj4501, on 04 October 2018 - 07:45 PM, said:

I play CS truvis but not in love with them. Def want a ball that helps with side spin and easy to compress. My ss is around 99-103max.

Try the Srixon Z-Star, I think it would be a great fit for your profile.

22

#23 Jackrwesty

Jackrwesty

    Member

  • Advanced Members
  • PipPipPip
  • 110 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 497494
  • Joined: 03/30/2018
  • Location:California
  • Handicap:6
  • Ebay ID:Jacksonwestermeyer19
GolfWRX Likes : 32

Posted Yesterday, 09:03 PM

You need to try the mgc4 ASAP!!!!! Top notch balls for $20\ a dozen ! A must !

23

#24 noodle3872

noodle3872

    Major Winner

  • Advanced Members
  • PipPipPipPipPipPip
  • 2,042 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 8163
  • Joined: 11/26/2005
  • Location:Chilliwack B.C. Canada
  • Handicap:8.3
  • Ebay ID:Noodle3872
GolfWRX Likes : 718

Posted Yesterday, 11:01 PM

 BrendanH, on 13 October 2018 - 10:54 PM, said:

 nsxguy, on 13 October 2018 - 08:07 PM, said:

 BrendanH, on 11 October 2018 - 09:47 AM, said:

It might help if you elaborated on what you mean by helping with side spin. As mentioned above, there is no such thing as side spin really. A ball will spin on a single axis and that spin axis will tilt left or right depending on  face and path angles. If you are hoping to find a ball that will straighten out a slice or hook, then as far I understand it, more spin is the way to go as it helps to stabilize ball flight.

My SS is similar to yours and I recently started playing the Kirkland Signature 3-Piece. For most shots it is indistinguishable from the ProV1 it replaced, but it spins more on short irons and perhaps a little more around the green too. I bought a ton of them given the price. Durability is great too!!

You know, I've wondered about this for a long time.

If 2 balls are hit with a driver and traveling at say, 150 MPH and are off axis the SAME exact angle and one ball is spinning at 3000 RPMs and the other at 2000 RPMs which one will curve more.

I'd always thought the higher spin ball would curve more but you seem to indicate the lower spinning ball would because the higher spinning ball would be more "stable".

I believe so long as the ball has enough spin so as not to "knuckle" (and fall to earth) spin wouldn't have anything to do with "stability".

And aren't the less expensive "distance" balls also very low spin ? Distance because they don't spin much ? And supposed to be straighter as well ? Pretty much all of those balls are low spin, no ?

So why then would a higher spinning ball curve less ? I would think it'd curve more. :dntknw:

That's a great question, and to be honest my comments above are based on my own understanding gleaned from feedback from others who undoubtedly know more about it than I do.

My best shot at explaining it (and keep in mind this could be completely wrong) is that a given club/swing combo when hit dead nuts straight on, 0 path, 0 face, will produce a certain amount of backspin and zero sidespin. The club design and loft will have a substantial impact on the backspin produced, as will the ball itself. That backspin keeps the ball airborne and provides distance control. OK, safe so far I think.

Now when you start to introduce a club face that is open or closed to the path you effectively add some sidespin into the mix, which will combine with the backspin to produce a tilted spin axis. That tilted spin axis yields the curve left or right. Still safe I believe....

Now for the shaky ground. Most ball tests I have seen will show similar driver results for most modern golf balls, but the spin numbers will start to vary substantially as loft increases. i.e. higher spin balls will react more effectively to an impact situation which is attempting to impart a lot of spin. Impacts which would typically impart low spin tend to yield very similar results across varied ball models. Given that, if you now consider that for fade or draw strikes, the amount of backspin the club is attempting to impart will greatly exceed the amount of sidespin, it would stand to reason that the higher spinning ball would accept more backspin from the delivery than would a lower spinning ball, whereas both balls will likely yield similar (or at least not massively different) amounts of sidespin. Those netted together would result in a less tilted spin axis for the high spin ball.

Assuming my reasoning on this is sound, a higher spin ball will likely not produce much difference in curvature off a driver, but as you increase loft you would hopefully see a tighter dispersion than the low spin ball would provide.

Or maybe I am deeply confused and someone more knowledgeable needs to step in here, lol.

https://golficity.co...kspin-sidespin/


Taylormade 2018 M4 9.5 driver with MCA Tensei CK Pro Blue 60 S Flex
Taylormade 2017 M2 15 fairway wood with MCA Tensei CK Pro Blue 70 S Flex
Taylormade 2017 M2 19 hybrid with MCA OT Tour Hybrid 80 S Flex
Taylormade 2017 M2 22 hybrid with MCA OT Tour Hybrid 90 S Flex
Mizuno MP-18 MMC irons 5-PW Irons with Modus3 Tour 105 S flex
Mizuno S18 Gunmetal Wedges 51-08, 56-14 and 62-08 with Modus3 105 Wedge
Scotty Cameron '18 Global Limited Select Fastback
Scotty Cameron '18 Select Fastback
Titleist AVX

24

#25 Stanks

Stanks

    Real Straight Shooter with Upper Management written all over him

  • Advanced Members
  • PipPipPipPipPip
  • 672 posts
  •  
  • Member #: 469442
  • Joined: 05/29/2017
  • Location:Torrey Pines - The Grill
  • Handicap:15
GolfWRX Likes : 219

Posted 58 minutes ago

Use the Snell approach. Sample a bunch of balls and try them out with pitching and chipping and whatever suits your eye that is cheapest, use that.

I wouldn't touch AVX. K3 and K4 are good budget balls. I have a stock pile of Snell Red and Nike RZN Platinum.

Ping LST 400 10* / Ping Tour 80G X
Cobra F7 3 Wood 14.5
Cobra F7 3-4 Hybrid 19.5
Mizuno JPX 919 Tour 4-9 / C-Taper Lite S
Callaway MD3 46*
Callaway Mack Daddy Forged 50*
Callaway MD3 55*
Taylormade Hi-Toe 60*
Golf Pride Z-Cord Grips + 1 Wrap all around
2012 Scotty Cameron Newport 2 (PutterSpa by J-Rich Finish)

25



1 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 1 guests, 0 anonymous users

GolfWRX Sponsors