Top-Flite Consumer Relations
Company PolicyCheck this out from Topflite customer relations. I've been curious about all this hard/soft budget ball discussion and emailed them. Read on below and tell me what you think. Seems kind of an odd response to me.
"Could you please tell me the compression ratio of the following balls? The D2 Distance, the Freak, and the Xl5000 Super Long"
"Thank you for your recent E-mail. We are pleased to hear of your interest in Top-Flite golf balls, and appreciate you taking the time to contact us with your inquiry.
Unfortunately, as a company policy, Top-Flite does not publish the compressions of golf balls. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
If you have any further questions, please call our Customer Service Department at 866-834-6532. Our business hours are Monday through Friday, 6:00am to 5:00pm Pacific Standard Time. The Representative you speak with will be happy to assist you in any way possible.
Thank you for your inquiry,
What do you make of this? I know it’s sort of an odd question as everyone always dogs the XLs, which I've never liked. But I started wondering, I mean, they make the D2 which is only a few more bucks than the XL, so why make the XL. Than they bring out the Freak, which according to golf mags tests is harder than the XL, still TF pays big time advertising bucks for the Freak. I thought if I knew their compression who they were targeting it would make a little more sense to me. I know it may seem stupid to some but I'm curios this way.
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