eh ? How do you know if you haven’t used them ?
As for the OP
This is superb value
24 balls for £30
There are some good balls at £20 but at £15 for 12 then it’s not a great choice
That is superb value indeed and a ball I like... Cheers Phil.
Some interesting figures there - Slazenger don't do to well on the wedges!!This thread got me intrigued, the last few times I have been playing, I have not been holding the greens well .. it seems my game is coming together, and so think I need to look at a ball that has more spin from closer range ... so, dug out whatever balls I have in the garage, and onto the skytrack ... interested in the results. Just to add, my distances were a little down on normal today .. maybe a little tired
Also, I am looking at cost as well .. I cannot afford Pro-V's, due to the amount I can still lose ... but something around £19-£20 for a dozen would do (and in Orange if possible )
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As mentioned, feel I am a bit down on distance today .. I am usually around the 145-150 with 7 iron, however, always noticed with ProV that my distances are shorter .. usually due to higher spin, or possibly not activating the core enough with my swing speedSome interesting figures there - Slazenger don't do to well on the wedges!!
One thing I would say is you need to change how you worked out your average distances (common mistake in my eyes). With the Pro V1 and 7 iron you hit 124, 124 and 137 which you then averaged out to 128. In my opinion your 7 iron distance with this ball is 124 yards as that is the yardage you hit most of the time. Obviously you have a very small data set (and not necessarily the point of the exercise) but something to bear in mind when calculating your yardages