- Apr 19, 2012
- Reaction score
- NJ, Philly metro
I could, but I wouldn't. Just doesnt pass the cost/benefit analysis test. As much fun as the extra performance sounds, at 8-9 dollars a ball i'd have to have a mini funeral for each lost ball.Okay, I have a question for the THPers out there. Most of us love our golf equipment. We love the game and the lifestyle. We spend endless amounts of time talking about honing our gear to match our games and get the most out of it.
Let's say you stumbled across a golf ball on the course with a brand you had never heard of, or maybe you had heard about them but did not even know they made golf balls. You got to play it for a couple of holes and you saw more distance and more spin than you have seen in the past.
Lets say you took that ball to a launch monitor and again saw more distance off the tee and ridiculous amount of spin greenside. Then you found out it was a new ball coming to market and it was $100 a dozen. Could you spring for it?