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  1. I stopped playing the last version (2019) due to the seam issue. I dont think it affected actual performance, but it was a turn-off. I have been playing the 2021 version since the father's day promo and the prime day deal. I have 5 total dozen XVs as of now, actually, i have about 4.5 dozen because 5 balls seem to have gone missing in the ponds and OB farmlands/forest lol. For these last 9-10 rounds or so, I'd say this current version is more durable than the last version. Noticed 1 sleeve with noticable seams but the rest have looked fine. 2021 version seems more durable to m
  2. Which of the three models are better for high toe misses? Although, I shouldn't say high toe misses because that seems to be my consistent strike area
  3. Darrrrnnn!!! I forgot to go grab some long sleeves, guess time for a second trip lol. On that note, and I know it has only been 1.5 business days, but anyone get shipping info yet? Probably super swamped with orders. I'm not worried though but just curious.
  4. I sure hope the new 4 piece comes out this year. 3 piece, for me at least, was super-mediocre in the feel and performance category for me. OG Ksig had an awesome feel and roll off the putter. Some current market balls have come close, but to me, I can't seem to find a current ball that can replicate THAT feel. I haven't renewed my Costco membership in about 2-3 years now but if a 4 piece comes out, take my $60/$120 membership fee and take me back to the land of chicken bakes, pork belly slabs (awesome-r if it was skin on pork belly) and ksig pistachios.
  5. I have a playing partner who still plays the MG ball. He prefers the feel of the MG ball, and it still seems to feel the same to him. I'll play the MG ball a round or two here and there too, a few rounds per year. Side stamping is a bit different from the old iterations. Still a durable good all around $20 ball, the OG original $20/dozen DTC ball. Personally, i have gone away to other balls as my preference is more towards a higher compression, more clicky ball off the putter now. Still trying to dwindle down my ball ho stash from all the pre-covid golf ball sales. This yea
  6. For the XV, to me, 2015 and 2017 seemed very durable, but a tad bit firm but playable. It was tough to scuff up those two versions. 2019 felt perfect but seemed a bit less durable and had the seam issue. I may stock up a few dozen if the 2021 brings 2019 feel with better durability, and maybe less pronounce seam paint wear.
  7. Curious as others are to see if it really is new imporoved V2, and if there are any noticeable differences. I hope it's not just a fancy new box though. Does the cover feel the same? I did not like the original K3 as the cover seemed to be way too thick so it kinda messed with the feel and sound a bit for me. But yes, if someone can cut one open, that'll be pretty nice.
  8. I second the Oncore Elixr. This thing is a durable beast, well at least the white version as I see OP metioning yellow preference. Cart-paths, wedge shots and trees and it after all those shots, just have a bit of yellow discoloration, more from hitting the trees pretty darn good. For me, I think the most durable ball from the last 2-4 years from any manufacturers that i've play (Titleiest Pro V1X, Bridgestone Tour B X/XS, Z star XV, Maxfli Tour X, Wilson Duo U, TP5X, Rb Tour/X, RZN Tour are the other balls i've tried, that I can remember off top of my head). Yes, I have hit all of those m
  9. Sergio Garcia 2018 Masters is my favorite moment because the moment seemed to keep goin', and goin', and goin' and goin' lol.
  10. That Costco Callaway Edge set may be the best bet for buying new and being "name-brand"/Big-OEM. Maybe just add a 3/4 hybrid or 5 wood and it'll be set, or leave it the way it is, i'm sure it'll be fine for a beginning golfer. Callaway Edge 10-piece Golf Club Set, Left Handed Taylormader Kalea line, Callaway Solaire and whatever Ping calls their women's line can work as well. Those sets, from a quick look would be around $1k.
  11. Very tempting to try the 3 piece urethane "tour" ball for $25 from Wally World's website. The "regular" price of $29.95 ain't too bad either. Extra $5 for the 4 piece is too rich for my blood though lol.
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