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Wilson Optix vs Maxfli Softfli vs Soft Feel...any opinions?

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nlinneman20nlinneman20 Saint LouisMembers  330WRX Points: 91Handicap: 12Posts: 330 Greens
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Hitting some of my most consistent drives distance wise with the Softfli and Straightfli however, if they go on sale, would really like to give the Optix and/or Srixon Soft Feel a try as I love the red matte and cant spot them a mile away. Any differences between the three? SS is about 100. Same ball with different logos, color and price?

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  • trapsmv15trapsmv15 Plattsburgh, NYMembers  1759WRX Points: 124Handicap: 8Posts: 1,759 Platinum Tees
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    Duo is really close. Close enough where if you prefer those colors instead of Softfli, go for it. Can’t speak to the Srixon, but this iteration of the Duo is close enough now that I fully stocked up and switched (Softfli is my favorite surlyn ball ever made)

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  • nlinneman20nlinneman20 Saint LouisMembers  330WRX Points: 91Handicap: 12Posts: 330 Greens
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    Why did you go with Duo if you love the Softfli? Admittedly I havent looked at the differences between the two.

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