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Sunday, May 24, 2020

Interesting video of tips. golf-info-guide.
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I recently had a good round playing with the Titleist velocity. Today I ordered the Srixon Trispeed and want to see if I find a difference. All the articles on this site were interesting to me.
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  • ARNETTELEE
    Thanks for sharing! (I'm not a golfer, though.)
    71 days ago

    Comment edited on: 5/26/2020 7:24:01 AM
  • ANGLING4MORE
    Thanks! I haven't seen this website before. I use Callaway Supersoft because of the lower compression in the winter and switch to Titleist Pro V1 in warmer weather. The Titleist are pricey, but DH gets employee discount at the pro shop, which helps. I can tell they go farther and stop more quickly on the green for me. Plus, when we pair up in golf tournaments that are alternate shot, we're not dealing with hitting a ball we aren't used to, since both of use the Pro V1

    The Callaway Supersoft is very low compression and when the weather is cold a lot of harder compression balls get, well, hard. I have very slow swing speed and it helps to have something softer when you're hitting little frozen white balls and are bundled up besides.

    The wonderful thing about golf balls is that there are so many brands and models, there's something for everyone at every stage of your game and for all weather conditions.

    Thanks for sharing. Can't wait to dig into this website.
    72 days ago
  • EDLEAR
    Oh my, there’s a lot more to this than I guessed. Interesting information!
    72 days ago
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