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Hey guys, I'm still a beginner of course, but even though I'm not very good i think I'm about ready to hit the golf course soon. Ill be taking an hour lesson at my local driving range this weekend to briefly cover the short game, and then the week after I'm going to hit a local course with a PGA professional to walk me through a couple of holes to learn the ways of the game.

Now I'm looking for opinions on the best golf balls in the $15-$20 range. I know that I'm not going to need to spend $40 for a dozen golf balls and my skill level, as i can see myself loosing $80 worth of balls my first day out. LOL, thats not cool.

So what do you guys recommend???

Thanks as always!!!

---Joe
 

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Nice, i will check them all out......

I picked up a box of the Callaway Warbirds a few weeks back just for messing around in the front yard and what not, but ive never really hit them, and have nothing to compare them too...
 

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this may be kinda a dumb questions... but i see in those pics from ebay, and the warbirds i have, that they have those little arrows on the ball. Do these have an actualy significance, or is this just decoration?
 

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You will find that most of the balls that come from ebay have company logo's or pen marks on them, but what you lose by that you gain in the fact that you have saved a fortune on the balls.

As long as you look at pearl or grade AAA then you should be fine.

I'm not sure about the marks you refer to on the warbird balls, they may be something to do with that particular ball, design etc.
 

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WOW, yeah, picking up 100 AAA balls for like $40 looks like the way to go!!! Expecialy since im not going to be putting any spin on the ball or anything like that. Plus ill be loosing alot of them.

Thanks for the help!!!
 

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No worries, expensive lesson to learn that.

Pay £12.50 for 3 pro v1s or pay £40 for 40 grade AAAs, no brainer really.
 

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they will be more than adequate to learn with :)
 

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Callaway Big bertha reds are by far the best lower end ball. Don't waste your money on top flites get the big bertha reds.
 

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The arrow your refering to is the callaway logo!!
 

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I would suggest looking into Top Flite D2 balls. They are like 17 dollars or so for 15 and they are not too bad. I haven't used mine too much, so I can't really tell how good they are.
 

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Srixon ad333 always a good buy. :thumbsup:
 

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the callaway warbird has done it's job for me.
 
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