I really like the DUO. Haven't hit Zips though, sorry. But for the money, I think the DUO is a great ball. On normal, high approach shots, they stick like a champ for me. They run a bit more on the lower incoming shots, but you can adjust/learn to that. I've even been backing a few up with my new 588.Has anybody used and compared both of these? Interested in Feel, Spin, Distance, and How Straight of the Driver.
Thanks in Advance
By utilizing a minimum level of curatives in the polybutadiene mix, Wilson engineers created a rubber-rich core that is extremely soft and highly resilient. With this breakthrough core in the center, Wilson engineers were able to create completely new core/cover combinations with outstanding results. Inside, a zero compression core is so soft that it registers "zero" on golf's Atti compression testing equipment. The Zip gets its power from a mantle layer made of a resilient DuPont HPF polymer. Outside, an ultra soft ionomer cover delivers the touch and spin expected from a high performance multilayer ball. It's the perfect option for players seeking soft feel, great distance and greenside control.What is a zero compression ball?
I haven't used the Zip, but would have to imagine it plays much different the ProV1 because of the ionomer cover. People seem to like the Zip, enjoy it.Just bought 2 doz Zips for $17 total... waiting on the weather to clear to play them. Been a ProV1 fan for a while now. Gonna see if the reviews stand up vis a vis.