How about the MG C4 and Calcutta balls?
No body talked about costco's golf ball
Marvin, Costco's golf ball is sold at their brick-and-mortar locations. These golf balls are sold online.
Buyer beware--there has been a fair amount of consumer info discovery in the golf ball space over the last couple years--you generally get what you pay for. Recent findings indicate that down-market golf balls fly more erratically, travel inconsistent distances, and don't roll straight. When Bridgestone has a buy 3 get 1 sale, stock up. You can't buy a better golf ball, and you'll pay direct-to-consumer prices.
Using the OnCore and see no difference in performance vs ProV1 or TP5's, except I can afford to play more golf with my savings. Hoping this trend continues and comes to golf clubs as well as equipment has gotten supremely pricey. $$$
What about Costco's Kirkland Ball?
$29.00 for 2 dozen.Plays like ProV1.Your opinion??
Thanks.My feelings exactl.
Have played both the Kirkland ball for almost a year, and it is excellent! Spins well around the green, has plenty of distance and is a great value. Very comparable to the Pro V1. However, if you hit it in the gut with a 60 degree wedge, it will cut, so don't do that!! Love this ball.
Tried & liked Snell & Oncore, just got some Cut balls & will try this weekend
Love the Vice Pro
I like and use the OnCore Elixr in yellow. It’s the brightest yellow around and is a very good, softer ball. I found it a yard or two longer than a Snell MTB. OnCore is a good, solid company. Looking forward to trying their new Aero but it’s pricey for DTC.
I used the Snell when it 1st came out. Thought it was decent. I use MG Senior now & find it’s great for a Senior.
So bottom line, which is the best for a senior swing speed?
Precept Laddie Extreme, double dozen for $18.00 at WalMart.