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timbo08timbo08 Advanced Members Posts: 2,048
Anyone try these yet?



Look very similar to VICE balls but their 4 piece Urethane is priced significantly lower than VICE when not ordering in bulk from VICE.



Tempted to try their trial sleeves ($6) when it warms up here a bit more in Michigan.



https://www.cutgolfco.com/
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  • Tex1986Tex1986 Advanced Members Posts: 1,770
    Never heard of them. Pricing isn't bad for a 4 piece urethane ball though.
  • SkolVikes20SkolVikes20 Members Posts: 1
    Never heard of them, but it's cool that they offer a trial sleeve. However, it looks like a program that you have to subscribe to. Personally, I'd rather just place an order when I need to, but that's just me.
  • rawdograwdog Advanced Members Posts: 3,005 ✭✭
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  • flushemflushem Advanced Members Posts: 1,368 ✭✭
    Shipping & tax assessed. Subscription based
    WWG1 WGA
  • phil75070phil75070 Advanced Members Posts: 1,888 ✭✭
    I don't go through enough balls, even playing up to 5 days/week, to justify a subscription program of any frequency. Great price for the 4-piece Urethane ball if it performs!
  • tuckerp4123tuckerp4123 Members Posts: 11
    I'll have a sleeve of the 4 piece ball later this week. Haven't been able to find a review anywhere.
  • alexdubalexdub Face sends it, path bends it UtahAdvanced Members Posts: 1,055 ✭✭
    I ordered the 4 piece trial sleeve as well. $6.50 out the door to try something new is a bargain. I'll post a review as soon as I get them out.
    Clubs: Callaway XR16 Pro 9.0* •• Ping G 14.5* •• Scratch EZ1 3-PW •• Ping Glide 52* 56* 60* •• Ping WRX Scottsdale BeNi
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  • five4fisticuffsfive4fisticuffs Members Posts: 2
    I ordered a trial and a dozen of the Cut Blue (4 piece urethane), and a trial of the Cut White (3 piece Surlyn) for $37.95, no shipping or subscription. You can subscribe or just order the dozen for the same price. Just received my Vice Selected to try as well.
  • hardcorelooperhardcorelooper Members Posts: 32
    edited April 2017
    I dig the logo. The alignment line looks an awful lot like Vice's. In for a trial sleeve of the 4 piece.
  • tuckerp4123tuckerp4123 Members Posts: 11
    Sleeve came in today. Haven't been able to to do anything but compare feel off the putter. Compared the 4 piece urethane to Chrome Soft, Pro V1, Kirkland, and Nike Platinum. It's a firm ball... at least the cover is. Has more of a click than all mentioned except for the Nike. The cover looks like surlyn instead of urethane. I would think it's a $20 a dozen golf ball if I found it on the course. I'll see how it performs tomorrow
  • new2g0lfnew2g0lf Advanced Members Posts: 3,270 ✭✭
    I got my trial sleeve Saturday but its rained all week, anyone get to try them out on the course yet?
    Driver - Ping G400 MAX 10.5*
    Woods - XXIO 10 3W
    Hybrids - XXIO 10 3H, 4H, 5H
    Irons - Home - PXG Gen 2 0311P 5-GW Away - Ping i500 5-AW
    Wedge - Vokey TVD 56* K Grind
    Putter - Seemore Nashville mFGP2 SS Mallet Black
    Ball - KSig, TM TP5X, Snell MTB
  • tuckerp4123tuckerp4123 Members Posts: 11
    Played a round with the Cut 4 piece ball Saturday. Not going to do a detailed review, but it's a good ball. Distance is on par with other tour balls. Didn't notice excessive spin off the driver, irons shots hopped straight up and stop right where it landed. I really enjoyed 120 in. Wedge shots seem to just grab more than any other tour ball. It's on the firm side, but no more than a Z Star XV or Pro V1x. Only complaint is that the ball looks cheap. Doesn't look like a urethane cover, but its performance shows you it is. It is durable though. Definitely another good ball and worth the money.
  • playaplaya Advanced Members Posts: 8,689 ✭✭
    Could we have another K-sig on our hands?
  • third-times-a-charmthird-times-a-charm Advanced Members Posts: 1,342 ✭✭
    playa wrote:


    Could we have another K-sig on our hands?




    I wouldnt doubt that kSig/all these new hipster golf ball companies like vice and cut golf are all ordering from the same factories.
    Long Live Nike
  • Neverfadeaway86Neverfadeaway86 Advanced Members Posts: 234
    When I try to pulled up the page the site is no longer up ??
    [font=Titillium, Arial, sans-serif]Au revoir, gopher ![/font]

    [font=Titillium, Arial, sans-serif]Driver: Titleist 913 D2[/font]
    [font=Titillium, Arial, sans-serif]3 Wood: Tour Edge Exotics Trilogy 15 degree[/font]

    [font=Titillium, Arial, sans-serif]3 Hybrid Ping I20 20 degree[/font]
    [font=Titillium, Arial, sans-serif]4 Hybrid: Ping G25 23 degree[/font]
    [font=Titillium, Arial, sans-serif]5-Gap Wedge: Ping G30 [/font]
    [font=Titillium, Arial, sans-serif]Sand Wedge: Ping Glide 56 degree [/font]
    [font=Titillium, Arial, sans-serif]Lob Wedge: Ping Glide 60 degree[/font]
    [font=Titillium, Arial, sans-serif]Putter: Lynx Black Cat BC3 center shaft [/font]
  • MathwizMathwiz Advanced Members Posts: 971 ✭✭


    When I try to pulled up the page the site is no longer up ??




    DO WHAT?



    I have an unopened sleeve I will sell on eBay for $50!



    Just kidding. The ksig syndrome got me for a moment.
    Ping G400 Max 10.5°
    Taylormade 2017 M2 15°
    Srixon U65 20° 3 iron
    Srixon z565 4 thru PW
    48° & 52° Cleveland CBX wedges
    Cleveland Smart sole wedge 58°
    Odyssey 2 ball center shaft

    All subject to change in the blink of an eye.........and I blink a lot.
  • nixnix Advanced Members Posts: 1,010
    I am quite sure there is a manufacturer out there pushing to be an OEM supplier to companies like Vice and Cut who foot the bill for marketing, distribution, etc. I like different options.
  • Neverfadeaway86Neverfadeaway86 Advanced Members Posts: 234
    Mathwiz wrote:



    When I try to pulled up the page the site is no longer up ??




    DO WHAT?



    I have an unopened sleeve I will sell on eBay for $50!



    Just kidding. The ksig syndrome got me for a moment.




    turns out it was just my work cpu wouldnt pull up the page
    [font=Titillium, Arial, sans-serif]Au revoir, gopher ![/font]

    [font=Titillium, Arial, sans-serif]Driver: Titleist 913 D2[/font]
    [font=Titillium, Arial, sans-serif]3 Wood: Tour Edge Exotics Trilogy 15 degree[/font]

    [font=Titillium, Arial, sans-serif]3 Hybrid Ping I20 20 degree[/font]
    [font=Titillium, Arial, sans-serif]4 Hybrid: Ping G25 23 degree[/font]
    [font=Titillium, Arial, sans-serif]5-Gap Wedge: Ping G30 [/font]
    [font=Titillium, Arial, sans-serif]Sand Wedge: Ping Glide 56 degree [/font]
    [font=Titillium, Arial, sans-serif]Lob Wedge: Ping Glide 60 degree[/font]
    [font=Titillium, Arial, sans-serif]Putter: Lynx Black Cat BC3 center shaft [/font]
  • ForefijiForefiji Members Posts: 32
    Ordered the trial sleeve of Cut Blue. Impressed that shipping is USPS but with full tracking. Rare these days. If the $24.50 includes this kind of service that will be great.
  • tuckerp4123tuckerp4123 Members Posts: 11
    Played another round with the 4 piece yesterday. Nothing different than what I posted a couple days ago, but this is easily the most durable urethane ball I've played. Hooked one on the first tee box into an iron fence and not a mark on it. I cut every tour ball with my wedges, some more than others, but not even close to cutting the cover on these. It's worth trying. Only complaint I have towards the ball is its looks... shouldn't matter but it does to me for some reason. I switch between Pro V's, Chrome Soft and Kirkland Signatures, but this ball does everything just as well. Just firmer.
  • ttucliffhangerttucliffhanger Members Posts: 47
    timbo08 wrote:
    Anyone try these yet?



    Look very similar to VICE balls but their 4 piece Urethane is priced significantly lower than VICE when not ordering in bulk from VICE.



    Tempted to try their trial sleeves ($6) when it warms up here a bit more in Michigan.



    https://www.cutgolfco.com/


    I have tried these. I didn't see any loss in distance off the tee and they have great spin around the greens! I have tried the blues and the whites. Liked the whites better at first, but changed the shaft in my driver and now I'm a user of the blue which is the 4 piece.

    Tex1986 wrote:
    Never heard of them. Pricing isn't bad for a 4 piece urethane ball though.


    It's definitely worth a try!

    Never heard of them, but it's cool that they offer a trial sleeve. However, it looks like a program that you have to subscribe to. Personally, I'd rather just place an order when I need to, but that's just me.


    I was skeptical at first bc of the subscription thing bc I won't do a subscription for balls, but you can order by the dozen as needed so u have options.

    flushem wrote:
    Shipping & tax assessed. Subscription based


    U can buy by the dozen as well.
  • ttucliffhangerttucliffhanger Members Posts: 47
    I'll have a sleeve of the 4 piece ball later this week. Haven't been able to find a review anywhere.


    There are lots of reviews on THP (the hackers paradise) which is where I first found out about them.
  • ttucliffhangerttucliffhanger Members Posts: 47
    new2g0lf wrote:
    I got my trial sleeve Saturday but its rained all week, anyone get to try them out on the course yet?


    I have tried the Blues and the Whites and both perform well, but blue has a little more distance and action around the greens, but that's die to the urethane cover
  • RileylowryRileylowry Members Posts: 1
    edited May 2017
    I've been a loyal Pro V1 golfer for many years. Being a competitive individual as I am, I like to try new technology to see if there's improvements. That said, here is my review of the Cutgolf 4 piece and 3 piece ball as a 3.5 handicap:

    4 piece - phenomenal spin and feel around the green. Constient with my miss off the tee. The cover lasts a full round. This is the performance ball that I've been looking for.

    3 piece - spin and feel around the green. A little less distance off the tee with the miss, however, controlable with feedback off of the face. I prefer the 4 piece (Cut Blue) is the best option for me and will be in the bag. Thanks for the read.



    (Plus I save a few bucks per dozen)
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  • BB28403BB28403 Advanced Members Posts: 2,723 ✭✭
    playa wrote:


    Could we have another K-sig on our hands?




    I wouldnt doubt that kSig/all these new hipster golf ball companies like vice and cut golf are all ordering from the same factories.




    Where is the factory?



    Vice is a German Company right?



    And what is hipster about them? Miami Vice was a cool show!
  • ttucliffhangerttucliffhanger Members Posts: 47
    Rileylowry wrote:
    I've been a loyal Pro V1 golfer for many years. Being a competitive individual as I am, I like to try new technology to see if there's improvements. That said, here is my review of the Cutgolf 4 piece and 3 piece ball as a 3.5 handicap:

    4 piece - phenomenal spin and feel around the green. Constient with my miss off the tee. The cover lasts a full round. This is the performance ball that I've been looking for.

    3 piece - spin and feel around the green. A little less distance off the tee with the miss, however, controlable with feedback off of the face. I prefer the 4 piece (Cut Blue) is the best option for me and will be in the bag. Thanks for the read.



    (Plus I save a few bucks per dozen)


    I just loaded my bag full of the Blue! Honestly it's a great ball. I was a Srixon/Titleist user myself before I tried these balls and I like both the white and blue, but honestly for a ball thst performs as well as it does for the price, you just can't beat it!
  • scrap22scrap22 Advanced Members Posts: 189
    BB28403 wrote:

    playa wrote:


    Could we have another K-sig on our hands?




    I wouldnt doubt that kSig/all these new hipster golf ball companies like vice and cut golf are all ordering from the same factories.




    Where is the factory?



    Vice is a German Company right?



    And what is hipster about them? Miami Vice was a cool show!




    From the looks of their Twitter link, they are in So.Cal :

    https://twitter.com/cutgolfco?lang=en
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  • ttucliffhangerttucliffhanger Members Posts: 47
    scrap22 wrote:
    BB28403 wrote:

    playa wrote:


    Could we have another K-sig on our hands?




    I wouldnt doubt that kSig/all these new hipster golf ball companies like vice and cut golf are all ordering from the same factories.




    Where is the factory?



    Vice is a German Company right?



    And what is hipster about them? Miami Vice was a cool show!




    From the looks of their Twitter link, they are in So.Cal :

    https://twitter.com/cutgolfco?lang=en


    Yes they are in So Cal
  • BB28403BB28403 Advanced Members Posts: 2,723 ✭✭
    edited May 2017
  • BB28403BB28403 Advanced Members Posts: 2,723 ✭✭
    edited May 2017
    Just reading about vice pro soft in Golf Digest. Looks New!



  • third-times-a-charmthird-times-a-charm Advanced Members Posts: 1,342 ✭✭
    Used a trial sleeve of the Cut Blue today and I liked it. Nice feel.
    Long Live Nike
  • new2g0lfnew2g0lf Advanced Members Posts: 3,270 ✭✭
    Cut Blues are $19.99 dozen today, great price.
    Driver - Ping G400 MAX 10.5*
    Woods - XXIO 10 3W
    Hybrids - XXIO 10 3H, 4H, 5H
    Irons - Home - PXG Gen 2 0311P 5-GW Away - Ping i500 5-AW
    Wedge - Vokey TVD 56* K Grind
    Putter - Seemore Nashville mFGP2 SS Mallet Black
    Ball - KSig, TM TP5X, Snell MTB
  • ttucliffhangerttucliffhanger Members Posts: 47
    new2g0lf wrote:
    Cut Blues are $19.99 dozen today, great price.


    Yes and half of the proceeds this weekend go to a disabled veteran and his family. If you have Instagram or Facebook the story is on there under Cuts handle on the applicable social media.
  • bubbagumpshrimpbubbagumpshrimp Advanced Members Posts: 579
    BB28403 wrote:




    Ugh their balls are made in China. Any balls made in America ?




    That ball (and Snell, Cut, etc.) are priced where they are because they are NOT made in 'Murica. People love "Made in America," but they do not want to pay for it.
  • BuzzkillBuzzkill Marshals Posts: 6,570 mod
    Just got my trial pack today!



  • ttucliffhangerttucliffhanger Members Posts: 47
    Buzzkill wrote:
    Just got my trial pack today!





    Nice pic! Hope you like them as much as I do!
  • grm24grm24 Advanced Members Posts: 2,906 ✭✭

    BB28403 wrote:


    Ugh their balls are made in China. Any balls made in America ?




    That ball (and Snell, Cut, etc.) are priced where they are because they are NOT made in 'Murica. People love "Made in America," but they do not want to pay for it.


    Titleist (Massachusetts), Callaway (Massachusetts), Bridgestone (Georgia) and TaylorMade (South Carolina) all produce golf balls in the USA. So yes people are willing to pay for them.
  • jacot23jacot23 Advanced Members Posts: 1,317
    grm24 wrote:


    BB28403 wrote:


    Ugh their balls are made in China. Any balls made in America ?




    That ball (and Snell, Cut, etc.) are priced where they are because they are NOT made in 'Murica. People love "Made in America," but they do not want to pay for it.


    Titleist (Massachusetts), Callaway (Massachusetts), Bridgestone (Georgia) and TaylorMade (South Carolina) all produce golf balls in the USA. So yes people are willing to pay for them.






    Hmm, this might make me switch back to Bridgestone. Any idea where Srixons are made?
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  • grm24grm24 Advanced Members Posts: 2,906 ✭✭
    jacot23 wrote:

    grm24 wrote:


    BB28403 wrote:


    Ugh their balls are made in China. Any balls made in America ?




    That ball (and Snell, Cut, etc.) are priced where they are because they are NOT made in 'Murica. People love "Made in America," but they do not want to pay for it.


    Titleist (Massachusetts), Callaway (Massachusetts), Bridgestone (Georgia) and TaylorMade (South Carolina) all produce golf balls in the USA. So yes people are willing to pay for them.






    Hmm, this might make me switch back to Bridgestone. Any idea where Srixons are made?
    Appears to be different places in Asia. On my Z-Star and Q-Star sample packs they say made in Indonesia. I also have a dozen of XXIO Aerospin balls and they were made in Japan.
  • BuzzkillBuzzkill Marshals Posts: 6,570 mod
    Buzzkill wrote:


    Just got my trial pack today!







    Just play 9 holes today with them - nice performance ball. I'll have to admit though that they're a little too clicky plus I'm not fond of the bright white color. I prefer the Ksig over them BUT they're still a great ball!
  • hardcorelooperhardcorelooper Members Posts: 32
    I've been happy with my trial of the Cut blues. It's not going to bring about world peace like the KSig, but if you are someone who insists upon playing brand new balls but does not want to pay > $40 / dozen (is this a market?) then you should check out this ball.



    The distance throughout the bag is consistent with the Pro V1X that I usually play. Nice feel around and on the greens. Spins and holds similar to the Pro V1X. I use a soft insert in my putter, so the clicky feel does not bother me much.



    As others have said, it is blindingly white. I prefer balls that aren't optic white, but not so much that I wouldn't play these again.



    I have hundreds of gently used Pro Vs (both flavors) in my garage, so I really don't buy balls all that often. But if I insisted on new balls for all rounds, I'd strongly consider the Cut blue.
  • bubbagumpshrimpbubbagumpshrimp Advanced Members Posts: 579
    grm24 wrote:


    BB28403 wrote:


    Ugh their balls are made in China. Any balls made in America ?




    That ball (and Snell, Cut, etc.) are priced where they are because they are NOT made in 'Murica. People love "Made in America," but they do not want to pay for it.


    Titleist (Massachusetts), Callaway (Massachusetts), Bridgestone (Georgia) and TaylorMade (South Carolina) all produce golf balls in the USA. So yes people are willing to pay for them.




    Companies (ex. Titleist) tend to make their higher end balls in the U.S. and their budget models abroad. If someone wants to spend $30+/box for balls...it's not going to be hard to find one that has the Made in U.S.A label.



    Discussed here, among other places.

    http://madeinusastuf...a-titleist.html



    Back to my original point...the proliferation of budget balls is due to the fact that the vast majority of people want cheap stuff...they don't really care where it comes from.
  • BB28403BB28403 Advanced Members Posts: 2,723 ✭✭
    Hold on, did you say cheap stuff? Don't tease me.
  • dtc0207dtc0207 Advanced Members Posts: 116 ✭✭
    edited June 2017
    So I think my trial sleeve must have been a dude. I tried the 4pc. Started off great good distance and stuck very hard greens. My problem was after about 7 holes I noticed the the distance to be a club shorter put a new ball in play and boom distance was corrected. After the round I took the two balls I used during round and one new one and hit pw from 150 the new one no problem getting on green two used one 10-15 yards shorter. I tried this three times and same results with in 5 yards every time. I have never seen a ball wear down this quick so I reckon I will stay pro v1
  • Geaux GatorsGeaux Gators GEAUX GATORS Advanced Members Posts: 3,768
    jacot23 wrote:

    grm24 wrote:


    BB28403 wrote:


    Ugh their balls are made in China. Any balls made in America ?




    That ball (and Snell, Cut, etc.) are priced where they are because they are NOT made in 'Murica. People love "Made in America," but they do not want to pay for it.


    Titleist (Massachusetts), Callaway (Massachusetts), Bridgestone (Georgia) and TaylorMade (South Carolina) all produce golf balls in the USA. So yes people are willing to pay for them.






    Hmm, this might make me switch back to Bridgestone. Any idea where Srixons are made?




    Srixon (Sumotumo rubber I think) is a Japanese brand... They are all made in Asian factories. Bridgestone, also japanese, now makes balls here, which was quite strange.
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  • ttucliffhangerttucliffhanger Members Posts: 47
    dtc0207 wrote:
    So I think my trial sleeve must have been a dude. I tried the 4pc. Started off great good distance and stuck very hard greens. My problem was after about 7 holes I noticed the the distance to be a club shorter put a new ball in play and boom distance was corrected. After the round I took the two balls I used during round and one new one and hit pw from 150 the new one no problem getting on green two used one 10-15 yards shorter. I tried this three times and same results with in 5 yards every time. I have never seen a ball wear down this quick so I reckon I will stay pro v1


    This is odd. I have never had this problem with these balls yet. I've been playing the Blues (4 piece) for awhile now haven't seen this issue before.
  • ttucliffhangerttucliffhanger Members Posts: 47
    dtc0207 wrote:
    So I think my trial sleeve must have been a dude. I tried the 4pc. Started off great good distance and stuck very hard greens. My problem was after about 7 holes I noticed the the distance to be a club shorter put a new ball in play and boom distance was corrected. After the round I took the two balls I used during round and one new one and hit pw from 150 the new one no problem getting on green two used one 10-15 yards shorter. I tried this three times and same results with in 5 yards every time. I have never seen a ball wear down this quick so I reckon I will stay pro v1


    Also meant to say I have a buddy playing them as well and he has never experienced this.
  • joeshmojoeshmo Advanced Members Posts: 1,046 ✭✭
    dtc0207 wrote:


    So I think my trial sleeve must have been a dude. I tried the 4pc. Started off great good distance and stuck very hard greens. My problem was after about 7 holes I noticed the the distance to be a club shorter put a new ball in play and boom distance was corrected. After the round I took the two balls I used during round and one new one and hit pw from 150 the new one no problem getting on green two used one 10-15 yards shorter. I tried this three times and same results with in 5 yards every time. I have never seen a ball wear down this quick so I reckon I will stay pro v1




    First time I have heard this since Balata balls
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  • ttucliffhangerttucliffhanger Members Posts: 47
    dtc0207 wrote:
    So I think my trial sleeve must have been a dude. I tried the 4pc. Started off great good distance and stuck very hard greens. My problem was after about 7 holes I noticed the the distance to be a club shorter put a new ball in play and boom distance was corrected. After the round I took the two balls I used during round and one new one and hit pw from 150 the new one no problem getting on green two used one 10-15 yards shorter. I tried this three times and same results with in 5 yards every time. I have never seen a ball wear down this quick so I reckon I will stay pro v1


    Hey I messaged you bc the Management asked me to message u to get u some replacements.
  • BB28403BB28403 Advanced Members Posts: 2,723 ✭✭
    dtc0207 wrote:
    So I think my trial sleeve must have been a dude. I tried the 4pc. Started off great good distance and stuck very hard greens. My problem was after about 7 holes I noticed the the distance to be a club shorter put a new ball in play and boom distance was corrected. After the round I took the two balls I used during round and one new one and hit pw from 150 the new one no problem getting on green two used one 10-15 yards shorter. I tried this three times and same results with in 5 yards every time. I have never seen a ball wear down this quick so I reckon I will stay pro v1


    Hey I messaged you bc the Management asked me to message u to get u some replacements.




    This is the Factory. Is anyone out there? Just nod if you can hear me. Is anyone home?

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