proV1's are my favourite, a great golfing ball for all round gold, a little expensive but they are the best golf ball in my opinion. Alot of my friends use maxfli dahabi.
Me too! But I'm new....is there really a difference? I have Titleists, but they were a Christmas gift. The pro shop at the course where I take my lessons has all different kinds, but I've always purchased the cheap ones. In fact, I purchased used ones toward the end of the season that were fished out of the ponds. Is that bad?Darren said:i dont really have a favourite, i just go with the cheapest.
How does the temp effect the balls why do you change from one season to the next?Golfbum said:I played PRO V's most of the summer. Or NXT Tours, which I had some I had bought late last year.
Now that the tempature is starting to drop I will be playing Wilson 50's
As the temperature drops higher compression balls feel harder coming off the club face. I used to play Dunlop Loco's when it was cold, they were great. I still use them, but I have tried the Wilson 50 which is a 50 compression ball. It is BUTTER when it is cold. I am talking about temperatures anywhere from 0-10 Celsius. Like this morning when I teed off shortly after 8 AM the temperature was 3 C. The Wilson 50 felt fine coming off the club face of the driver, irons and putter.Surtees said:How does the temp effect the balls why do you change from one season to the next?
Dunlops are a decent ball actually. A really decent club as well.Rich Kingstone said:Only been playing for a few months and tbh started off with some cheapie Dunlops. Didn't really matter as they mostly went in the trees
MOst of the Top Flite balls are pretty good. What's Pinnacle's most expensive dozen?? Anybody know??ActionJackson said:Of the cheapo's (value) balls I have tried and like;