Wilson Px3 zero compression

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I know they are not the best ball to play in the current conditions (mainly for distance). But in general do any of you guys use them and what do you think?

Looking to find the ball I best get on with before the season kicks in. I do obviously like the Pro V's but am also willing to try others.

Going to buy some anyway but any feedback would be good!

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Just realized the Px3 zero compression is the one I normally use, they are great balls mate, get them!
 

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Flandango..Anyone want some pro'vs?SWMBO got me some(about 60)Then she realised I love Wilson DX2's so now she has bought me abucketful of them for xmas(thank you santa...yes I do believe!)
DX2's are a good buy compared to the expensive brands!!! :p
 

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I am back on the Ad333's They are a great ball off the driver, irons and around the greens. Off the putter, they feel like butter.
 

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I love the Px3 but have now gone over to the Tx4, a bit more money but great fell to them and they stop on the green like nothing esle I have tired.

I think Wilson make very good balls, and often over looked by many.

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Dx2 is like hitting a jelly baby. Way too soft. Not tried Px3, but zero compression (if such a thing could exist) doesn't sound promising. Will stick with ProV or NOP for the time being.
 

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I am currently using the new PX3 having bought a job lot of last years model in January. To me it gives everything I look for in a ball, distance, spin and durability at a good price. OK the dimples take a bit of getting used to but would certainly suggest they are worth a try for anyone looking to ditch the Pro Vs over winter.
 

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Played today with a yellow pts solo. Still got loads of check on it, sometimes unwanted. It was fine. Winter golf, any old junk will do. Played last saturday with a Cally warbird. Same difference.
 

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I agree about the TX4 being much better than the PX3- and I really don't rate the DX2. PX3 are reasonable so could be worth buying but if your budget stretches and you like wilson balls go for their premium ball.

As for other brands, during the winter I think the NXT tour is superb. I was very surprised at this as I didn't like it during the summer. Maybe I will like them more now I have used them for a while.
 

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A guy I played with today got two yards of screw back from his three wood with s dx2. Not really what I want when I pull a fairway metal.
 

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A guy I played with today got two yards of screw back from his three wood with s dx2. Not really what I want when I pull a fairway metal.

That's not normal, what was his handicap? It must have left a massive pitch mark and come down from outer space.
 

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12, same as me. Cracking shot, nice trajectory, into the middle of the green, just spun back. My 5w pitched and stopped, his 3w spun. odd.
 
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