I play golf 2 to 3 times a week. I shoot mostly in the 80's and go through a lot of golf balls. I like using a pristine ball and discard any with even a little scuff. I buy 5 or 6 dozen balls from Costco when they go on sale in the spring. They are either Callaway ot Taylor Made balls. We don't have the Kirkland brand balls in Canada yet. They sell for $29C for 2 dozen. You can't buy good used balls for that.
I am always open to try some new Idea and new balls. I am a average golfer I shoot in the mid 80's . I don't have a set preferred ball. I know some feel better and give me about 20 to 25yds farther off the Tee.Havent seen you balls around yet but I am sure I will soon. have a great day
I enjoy trying new balls and do it all the time. As it is, I find many more balls than I lose anyway. But I also agree that the mainstream balls like Titleist and others are too expensive without a noticeable benefit.
Tried many balls including the expensive high end balls. No difference in my game.
I have used both Cut and Vice. Chose Vice for distance but do not like putting either one of them so keep going back to my Chrome Softs.
Used to be brand name, mostly Titleist, bigot. Now, in my 57th year of golf, agnostic to brand names. Looking for best fit, feel, etc. ball, regardless of vendor name.
I am willing to try other golf ball brands. I have had very good rounds for my game without top brand name balls
As a mid handicapper I do not buy top end balls as out of my price range so always open to new brands
Don't they teach grammar anymore in journalism school? This guy needs to go back to junior high.