How many have found their "utopia" golf ball?

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jjfcpajjfcpa Golf NutOmaha, NEMembers  847WRX Points: 289Handicap: 12Posts: 847 Golden Tee
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I look for anything and everything that will improve my game. That includes golf clubs and balls. I'm not ready to spend $ 50 a dozen for golf balls even though I seldom lose a ball and can afford it. So after playing a lot of the premium balls offered by the big OEM's, I decided to move to the DTC (direct-to-consumer) golf balls. I started with the Snell MTB more than a year ago when they were first released. Seemed like a very good ball for the money and when buying in bulk (5 dozen or more), the price gets under $ 30. As time went on, I still experimented with golf balls to try and find the one that might help my game. I was looking for launch and spin that would align with my swing characteristics. I found myself moving back to the big OEM's offerings again and playing them for a while until I decided to move to a firmer ball based on the ball test done on that other website. I'm a senior golfer with a slower swing speed, but according to the research, softer balls do not go as far as firmer balls... PERIOD. I decided to purchase some Snell MTB X, even though I had tried the MTB Red a year a ago and felt that it was just too firm.

I tried the X on a couple of holes and didn't like the feel and really didn't see any improvement in distance or spin. A week or so went by and I decided to play a full 18 with the MTB X the only ball in my bag. I guess it took that kind of commitment before I could see what I was missing. Distance was definitely longer than any other ball I had played irregardless of the club I was using. Spin on approach shots was excellent to the point that I changed the way I now hit shots into the green. Before I was anticipating some rollout and now I'm expecting the ball to stop in a very short distance ...and that's exactly what I get. I've made the MTB X my permanent "utopia" ball and won't be looking for anything better.

Just wondering if anyone else has made this journey and what you settled on?

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  • PingistheanserPingistheanser Columbus, OHMembers  336WRX Points: 220Handicap: 10Posts: 336 Greens
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    Ive become a big fan of the Wilson Duo lately. Very soft, good distance, decent spin on full shots and fairly cheap.

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    GamerSoft, sadly they are gone

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    I’m sure I’ll get a rash of **** on this, but.......Titleist ProV1X.
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    On -, @jjfcpa said:

    I look for anything and everything that will improve my game. That includes golf clubs and balls. I'm not ready to spend $ 50 a dozen for golf balls even though I seldom lose a ball and can afford it.

    No offense but when someone posts something like this most people think it's about the money. LOL

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    Been completely satisfied with Bridgestone BXS and Tru-vis

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    On -, @Chadwickog said:

    I found it, it was called the Nike RZN Platinum. I have yet to find its replacement.

    Took the words right out of my mouth.
    Platinum the best ball ever made.

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    Have recently settled on the B XS and couldn't be happier. Not sure it's my favourite all time ball, but out of what's around right now it's the best combo of distance/spin/feel/durability for my game. If balls were free I'd play the B XS over every other ball. Z Star and TP5 also very good balls.

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    On -, @Justsomeguy said:

    On -, @Chadwickog said:

    I found it, it was called the Nike RZN Platinum. I have yet to find its replacement.

    Took the words right out of my mouth.
    Platinum the best ball ever made.

    Not sure if you are talking about the last gen Tour Platinum, which were apparently very good balls (but cost $10 a box more than ProV1 in Oz), but the first RZN Platinums were very poor balls from my experience. Short, not much spin and very hard/clicky feel.

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    On -, @jjfcpa said:

    ...but according to the research, softer balls do not go as far as firmer balls... PERIOD.

    Total B.S. My driver SS is close to 110 and I switched to the '18 Project (a) - hit it just as far, if not farther, than any of those "$50" balls. Its compression is right there with the Chrome Soft and close to the BXS, it feels fantastic, and there is no shortage of performance. That being said, I also switch around to the new TP5 (great deals on the Pix version), and even though it is slightly firmer, can't tell the difference off any clubs other than the driver - and not by much. Great deals can be had on the Project (a) - have gotten most of mine for <$25/dozen. Dean Snell gets the credit for that ball as well.

    On -, @Chadwickog said:

    I found it, it was called the Nike RZN Platinum. I have yet to find its replacement.

    Thought the same thing until I tried the TM balls. The Nike was fantastic other than it being slightly 'clicky', but sold off all 60 dozen I had stashed once I got hooked on the others.

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    On -, @Tanner25

    Another vote for the GS. Best ball I ever played. Still looking for a decent substitute and I have tried 14 other models and counting.
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  • RainShadowRainShadow Tucson AZ (for now)Members  4218WRX Points: 514Handicap: 8.2Posts: 4,218 Titanium Tees
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    Wilson Staff FG Tour for me.
    Or Chrome Soft

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    On -, @monks66 said:

    On -, @Justsomeguy said:

    On -, @Chadwickog said:

    I found it, it was called the Nike RZN Platinum. I have yet to find its replacement.

    Took the words right out of my mouth.
    Platinum the best ball ever made.

    IMHO the Taylor Made LDP RED was the best ball ever made .....who can back me on that?

    I was a big fan of that ball as well! Currently playing the Snell MTB, designed by Dean Snell, who also designed the TM Red, if I'm not mistaken.

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    On -, @TNGolfer8 said:

    I was a big fan of that ball as well! Currently playing the Snell MTB, designed by Dean Snell, who also designed the TM Red, if I'm not mistaken.

    If only that info was out there...

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    My favorite recent ball was the Maxfli U/3 (discontinued) followed by the Gamer Soft (discontinued). Thanks DSG. I am currently pleased with the DT TruSoft.

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  • MyherobobhopeMyherobobhope hey there, blimpy boy. Flying through the sky so fancy free. Members  2925WRX Points: 625Posts: 2,925 Titanium Tees
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    It’s been an interesting journey for me... really like the Bridgestone bx, hated the tp5x... indifferent to the proV offerings, though I’ve only hit used ones... tried mtb x early season and didn’t love it. Gamed the black today and I’m fairly convinced I’m done searching for a bit.

    We will see after a few more rounds. Have two dozen, so I’m committed for a bit. Mg c4s will be my **** day balls.

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    Found it many times, and then lost it again.

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  • jjfcpajjfcpa Golf Nut Omaha, NEMembers  847WRX Points: 289Handicap: 12Posts: 847 Golden Tee
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    On -, @nsxguy said:

    On -, @jjfcpa said:

    I look for anything and everything that will improve my game. That includes golf clubs and balls. I'm not ready to spend $ 50 a dozen for golf balls even though I seldom lose a ball and can afford it.

    No offense but when someone posts something like this most people think it's about the money. LOL

    No offense taken, but it's really not about the money. That's why I played Bridgestone Tour B RX for almost a year. It's a great ball, but just not as good as the one I settled on - the Snell MTB X. If you saw my inventory of golf balls from every manufacturer around (almost), you'd see it's not about the money.

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  • jjfcpajjfcpa Golf Nut Omaha, NEMembers  847WRX Points: 289Handicap: 12Posts: 847 Golden Tee
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    On -, @Hammer22 said:

    On -, @jjfcpa said:

    ...but according to the research, softer balls do not go as far as firmer balls... PERIOD.

    Total B.S. My driver SS is close to 110 and I switched to the '18 Project (a) - hit it just as far, if not farther, than any of those "$50" balls. Its compression is right there with the Chrome Soft and close to the BXS, it feels fantastic, and there is no shortage of performance. That being said, I also switch around to the new TP5 (great deals on the Pix version), and even though it is slightly firmer, can't tell the difference off any clubs other than the driver - and not by much. Great deals can be had on the Project (a) - have gotten most of mine for <$25/dozen. Dean Snell gets the credit for that ball as well.

    On -, @Chadwickog said:

    I found it, it was called the Nike RZN Platinum. I have yet to find its replacement.

    Thought the same thing until I tried the TM balls. The Nike was fantastic other than it being slightly 'clicky', but sold off all 60 dozen I had stashed once I got hooked on the others.

    Not sure about the BS part. The difficult thing is trying to compare distance off the driver. About the only way I've been able to test the "softer" vs "harder" distance issue is to hit two balls, but the difference could be based on the quality of the strike. I don't know about you, but I'm not good enough to hit two balls exactly the same. My anecdotal experience is that firmer balls do indeed go further "for me". Not saying that it's true for everyone. I will admit one thing. When hitting a softer ball, it certainly feels like I am compressing it more and this may be why it seems to be a better strike and, it follows, is going to go further. But the real world comparisons I've done prove that feeling to be misleading and a firmer ball results in more distance.

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  • MyherobobhopeMyherobobhope hey there, blimpy boy. Flying through the sky so fancy free. Members  2925WRX Points: 625Posts: 2,925 Titanium Tees
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    On -, @jjfcpa said:

    On -, @Hammer22 said:

    On -, @jjfcpa said:

    ...but according to the research, softer balls do not go as far as firmer balls... PERIOD.

    Total B.S. My driver SS is close to 110 and I switched to the '18 Project (a) - hit it just as far, if not farther, than any of those "$50" balls. Its compression is right there with the Chrome Soft and close to the BXS, it feels fantastic, and there is no shortage of performance. That being said, I also switch around to the new TP5 (great deals on the Pix version), and even though it is slightly firmer, can't tell the difference off any clubs other than the driver - and not by much. Great deals can be had on the Project (a) - have gotten most of mine for <$25/dozen. Dean Snell gets the credit for that ball as well.

    On -, @Chadwickog said:

    I found it, it was called the Nike RZN Platinum. I have yet to find its replacement.

    Thought the same thing until I tried the TM balls. The Nike was fantastic other than it being slightly 'clicky', but sold off all 60 dozen I had stashed once I got hooked on the others.

    Not sure about the BS part. The difficult thing is trying to compare distance off the driver. About the only way I've been able to test the "softer" vs "harder" distance issue is to hit two balls, but the difference could be based on the quality of the strike. I don't know about you, but I'm not good enough to hit two balls exactly the same. My anecdotal experience is that firmer balls do indeed go further "for me". Not saying that it's true for everyone. I will admit one thing. When hitting a softer ball, it certainly feels like I am compressing it more and this may be why it seems to be a better strike and, it follows, is going to go further. But the real world comparisons I've done prove that feeling to be misleading and a firmer ball results in more distance.

    I tried to compare balls today... it wasn’t helpful. My swing isnt consistent enough... I did give up on the Kirklands after hitting one well and feeling like it left me short... may have been totally unfair but here we are.

    Honestly, I think golf balls are similar to grips, everyone has an opinion but at the end of the day pick what works for you and stick with it.

    I’m gaming snell blacks for the rest of the season, I think. (And golf pride grips)

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  • ZipinZZipinZ Sylvan Lake, Alberta & Palm Springs Ca.Members  1079WRX Points: 237Handicap: 11Posts: 1,079 Platinum Tees
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    My Titleist ProV1's got a time out & are sitting on the bench, fell in love with the Taylormade TP5's, they out perform on every club & are even better in the wind, just wish they didn't cost so much.

    D.

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  • MyherobobhopeMyherobobhope hey there, blimpy boy. Flying through the sky so fancy free. Members  2925WRX Points: 625Posts: 2,925 Titanium Tees
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    On -, @Zip-in-Z said:

    My Titleist ProV1's got a time out & are sitting on the bench, fell in love with the Taylormade TP5's, they out perform on every club & are even better in the wind, just wish they didn't cost so much.

    D.

    Have you tried snell? Other options are Bridgestone or srixon on discount... golf ball market is freaking goofy.

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    18 Degree Adams A12 with Proforce X
    6-PW Adams CMB with Project X 6.0
    4 iron / utility Sub 70 699 with Proforce 85 gram X
    50, 54, 58 Vokeys
    2 Ball Putter
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  • chadly643chadly643 Members  511WRX Points: 139Posts: 511 Golden Tee
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    I did find a true utopia golf ball this summer. Srixon Z-Star XV. They ran a BOGO sale and I was able to stock up for $20/dozen. This officially checks all the boxes. Distance. Spin. Feel. Price. Durability. In a couple of years I will run out, I hope I’m able to find this utopia again.

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  • ZipinZZipinZ Sylvan Lake, Alberta & Palm Springs Ca.Members  1079WRX Points: 237Handicap: 11Posts: 1,079 Platinum Tees
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    On -, @Myherobobhope said:

    On -, @Zip-in-Z said:

    My Titleist ProV1's got a time out & are sitting on the bench, fell in love with the Taylormade TP5's, they out perform on every club & are even better in the wind, just wish they didn't cost so much.

    D.

    Have you tried snell? Other options are Bridgestone or srixon on discount... golf ball market is freaking goofy.

    I live in Central Alberta, the local G-shops here don't sell the Snell products, I read your other post/thread, I may have to find some MTB Black when I'm back in SoCal this winter. As for Bridgestone, I'm not a fan, I played the Srixon Z-Star liked them alot, but the Taylormade TP5 out performs them.

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    My next purchase will be the MTB-X in 2 or 3 months. Working my way though some Srixons. I have a love/hate relationship with the XV. Love it off the driver. The Z Star is really a great, great ball. I see the Project a mentioned above. Great ball. I loved the earlier version with the seam. Hit my longest drives with that ball. That was Dean project, too - right? I'm intrigued about the MTB-X. If it doesn't balloon on the mid irons I'll probably enjoy it. I also like the idea of giving my ball $ to a small business man.

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    On -, @BeerPerHole said:

    My next purchase will be the MTB-X in 2 or 3 months. Working my way though some Srixons. I have a love/hate relationship with the XV. Love it off the driver. The Z Star is really a great, great ball. I see the Project a mentioned above. Great ball. I loved the earlier version with the seam. Hit my longest drives with that ball. That was Dean project, too - right? I'm intrigued about the MTB-X. If it doesn't balloon on the mid irons I'll probably enjoy it. I also like the idea of giving my ball $ to a small business man.

    Snell is a great ball! I like the blacks more than the X, but I think I'm an outlier... They have performed as well for me as any other premium ball.

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    As of 3/5/20
    9.5 Cobra LTD Pro with Aldila Blue X
    13 Degree Adams Speedline with Aldila Alpha X
    18 Degree Adams A12 with Proforce X
    6-PW Adams CMB with Project X 6.0
    4 iron / utility Sub 70 699 with Proforce 85 gram X
    50, 54, 58 Vokeys
    2 Ball Putter
    13/14 completed for now.

  • jjfcpajjfcpa Golf Nut Omaha, NEMembers  847WRX Points: 289Handicap: 12Posts: 847 Golden Tee
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    The Snell MTB X is definitely a stand out ball. I played and compared the Snell MTB Black, Vice Pro, Vice Pro Plus, Oncore Elixir, along with a host of big manufacturers balls including Callaway Titleist, Tailormade, Bridgestone, and Srixon. Many of them were indistinguishable from each other. MTB Black, Vice Pro, Bridgestone Tour B RX I could swap out and not really see much difference. A few years here or there and perhaps a little more spin on some shots, but was it the ball or the swing... couldn't tell. However, when I play the Snell MTB X the difference is in the neighborhood of significant. More distance, better spin, little effect from the wind. It's definitely the standout in the crowed. Just my experience so yours may be different, but everyone I've given a sleeve to has become a Snell MTB X convert. In Omaha, you can now purchase them retail in Scheels sporting goods at Village Pointe, but you won't get the discount for buying more than 3 dozen like you can on the Snell website.

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    The Nike 20Xi-X. I have about 15 left and I am searching for it’s replacement.

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    On -, @aztec575 said:

    The Nike 20Xi-X. I have about 15 left and I am searching for it’s replacement.

    Live in the now!

    Have you tried the Bridgestone?

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    As of 3/5/20
    9.5 Cobra LTD Pro with Aldila Blue X
    13 Degree Adams Speedline with Aldila Alpha X
    18 Degree Adams A12 with Proforce X
    6-PW Adams CMB with Project X 6.0
    4 iron / utility Sub 70 699 with Proforce 85 gram X
    50, 54, 58 Vokeys
    2 Ball Putter
    13/14 completed for now.

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