Used balls for shag bag = ProV1

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sst3039sst3039  51WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 51
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I am looking to refresh my shag bag and want to get some softer balls that will perform closer to the ProV1's that I play without laying that kind of $$$ down. What used balls would you suggest I be looking at example: Titleist HVC, NXT, Bridgestone??


  • mcputtermcputter  1037WRX Points: 223Handicap: 0.9Members Posts: 1,037 Platinum Tees
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    You can get ProV1 practice balls on 'the bay' for not that much $$ if you're serious about wanting your shag bag to match what you play.
    Adams 9015D 10.5 Matrix Ozik
    TM M2 Deep Face 3HL Fuji Atmos 6
    Callaway Apex 20 Steelfiber hls780
    Adams Pro Mini 23 Steelfiber i95
    Adams A12 Pro Black 5-9PW Steelfiber i95
    Adams CB2 GW Steelfiber i95
    Vokey SM6 Black 54 S-Grind Steelfiber i110 CW
    Vokey Oil Can 58 V-Grind Kuro Kage TiNi 105
    Scotty Cameron Pro Plat Newport Mil Spec

    It's not how fast you play, it's how well you play fast!
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  • hbearhbear  3710WRX Points: 56Lefty Boomers Posts: 3,710 Titanium Tees
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    Or you can simply collect the prov1s you wear out on the course.

    That's what I do with my B330s...once they get scuffed up or I've been using the same ball for a couple goes into the shag bag.

    Didn't take me long to build up a decent sized shag bag.
    Taylormade SLDR 430 10.5* w/ Ahina 70x
    Callaway XHot Pro 15* w/ Ahina 80x
    Callaway XHot Pro Hybrid w/ Ahina 80x
    Mizuno MP60 3-PW w/ DG X100
    Odyssey Black Series i #2
    Mizuno MP-T4 52*, 60*, Vokey 64*
  • idriveidrive gone golfin  2386WRX Points: 347Members Posts: 2,386 Platinum Tees
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    hbear wrote on Apr 30 2008, 12:35 PM:
    Or you can simply collect the prov1s you wear out on the course.

    Exactly what I've done. Between the Prov's I wear out (usually after 1 round) and the ones other people give me, my shag bag is now officially full. It didn't take very long.

    Ready to buy another shag bag and start over.

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