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For this test, we’ve also included standard deviations for the same metrics, which can provide a general idea of consistency. We’d all go for irons that gave us the most help. We ultimately selected the new Callaway Chrome Soft for the incredible distance it provides. it would be interesting to see how the offline stat would change. Do you refer to distance? Played the Snell red last year and loved them. Titleist 915h 17* set @19* flat w/ Rogue Black 85H stiff 40.5″ On a personal note, this week I planned on buying a season’s worth of Callaway Chrome Soft X. I’ll now be giving my hard-earned money to Mr. Snell. I have been doing ball testing and may have to give the 1X another try. How can you measure a golf ball being offline from a robot? Jonathand same for me, I could not work Calloway….wow…. In other sports, like golf, players can pick their favorite brand and model of ball, so long as it conforms to the general rules of the game. For example, looking at the basics – Ball Speed (strongly correlated to compression), Launch, and Spin – extreme edges aside, pick nearly any ball in the test and you can find 5 more that are similar. , social media for golf, and golf news. We didn’t find anything I would call conclusive, but the differences in the high swing speed driver test were more than we can reasonbly chalk up to manufacturing tolerances alone. People need to learn to read objective reviews like this with objectivity in mind—and check their “Feelings” at the door. Doesn’t mean I won’t hit a V1x, but now I know why the irons don’t go as far and won’t mind compensating. The spin and performance are top notches. Not the longest AND straightest ball. The consensus is that there’s not much of anything to be learned by adding a speed in the middle. I think you do excellent reviews. the main things i would look at are ball velocity and spin. The CSX also spun lower (also generally good for distance?). new ball. I don’t even have a driver, I use a 3wood and hybrid, and my swing speed is in the 90-100 range, so I focus on the slow speed or the combo speed and kind of extrapolate my own info, CS, CSX, Vice pro, q star tour, Vice pro soft, AVX, tour soft, all of these are solid options for me with my skill set and what I’m looking for (accuracy over distance, but as far as I can get), The more I read this the more I realize that all of these balls are pretty close. However, on the course I seem to hit be driving between 200-220, hitting my 3 wood around 180 or so. For 65 mph, the V1x had the longest at 156, B XS at 154, tp5 at 153. This is also explained further down in the comments in which one of the MGS staff responds to a similar inquiry. Check this article “The best golf gloves – why you should get a grip on golf” before buying new gloves. Is there a reason why the Kirkland Signature 4 piece was not tested? The OEMs with actual ball designers typically supply the recipe, but rely on a 3rd party factory to bake the cake. Switched to Kirkland, first round was 81, 2nd 83 with 3 triples, third was 82, and I feel the added distance off the tee and accuracy on par threes is helping. Deemples scoring platform doesn’t allow you to key in your own scores, making it the fairest handicap system available. Today, for the golf ball, that changes. I’m done buying used (most found in water)balls and I’m moving from Pro V1 to Pro V1x new balls. Anyway, I’m making a donation because of this article. My comment was that the pricing for the TP5 was getting 4 dz for the current price of 3. My long game has been getting a little better putting me in that range more often. Wind was mild during testing, and we still saw several balls fly significantly offline (in some cases AGAINST the general direction of the wind). I ordered some today from All of these balls are great balls. There are no performance peaks and valleys at 100 MPH. Played another round yesterday and decided to test out my theory. The only thing I think is missing is the aerodynamics piece. It’s a light year ahead of what’s been available to the public until now. I live in Canada and play in a lot of colder weather. 5. He’s a senior level Callaway guy who works with the ball team. Recently Mizuno has launched two hi-tech golf balls in the market- Mizuno RB Tour and RB Tour X. This is by far the most awesome thing you guys have done. Even if all of us switched away from soft balls tomorrow, it’d take years before the masses moved away from softer balls. Thanks for the effort and info, great work. They been running a BOGO Deal.. Had a $20 Dicks reward card, went to Golf Galaxy today and picked up 2 dozen Z-Stars for $22!! For the record, I have been playing the Q Star Tour because it is the closest thing to a Pro V but at a $17 per dozen savings. MTB-X ranks 7th. Thanks MGS! I truly hope that Dean Snell posts some comments or opens himself up to questions in light of this testing. In the latter, these players should be using the very elite balls, since the durability would matter. Item #6 seems very important since golf is hard!? I know Bridgestone etc. This ball is made with an ionomeric casing which gives it speed and control over the spinning ball. It feels like it has a slightly softer cover and “checks” more controllably than what I am experiencing with recently released Prov1 models. Why does Ping and other OEM’s use MGS’s data and results in their ads? I am sure it will not sit well with the Company. That’s legit as [email protected]#$. I went from a 58 on the front nine barely driving 220m; to a 40 on the back nine, with nearly a hole in one and a wind assisted 290m drive! I have few questions regarding this rating: They also forgot zbout them. Fantastic. but question i have is, back in 2013? My swing speed is just at 100 on average and obviously sometimes reaches upwards of 105. We’re here to help you find a better ball. First off this is by far the best report on golf balls I’ve read. The urethane, tour ball category is filled with three, four, and even five-layer golf balls. I personally play the Z Star and love it, just don’t see where it stood out. It’s consumer-first here, and so if products don’t perform, we don’t want them here. 11 were out of balance out of about 30. make other brands – who else ? Its a great sales strategy for sure, but I don’t think anyone is being “saved” from wasting your money on clubs that may or may not work for you based on test results that had nothing to do with you. Because of your results, I have switched from the Titleist ProV1 to the Bridgestone Tour B XS Optic Yellow. For for some reason I decided to try the Callaway Supersoft as they were on special. We didn’t want new golfers to have to go through this alone, hence the creation of the Driving Range game type. But that being said, I also seemed to get better distance results from my old Nike yellows, but more spin from the white version. Would the softer balls really provide greater distance for juinors or women in the 70-75mph SS? When he received bad reviews and negative feedback on his MTB red ball about ” ballooning” and acknowledged all this from average golfer feedback, not pros, there was no doubt he was a class act looking to help Joe Golfer. Golfing alone isn’t fun, Deemples hopes that you #nevergolfalone. I think this test will set the golf ball industry on a new path. Provides high spin and excellent compression rate. Can you explain the large jump I’m shot area when you select the box for both 85 MPH and 115 MPH? Example, a spitball in baseball makes the ball deviate from normal flight standards, pitching into the wind makes the ball curve more dramatically. If you want to buy golf balls at affordable price please visit Deemples Golf Store. I couldn’t find that in any articles or other sources, so I called Callaway directly to ask about that. I am sure ball manufacturers use robots to develop and test their products, but the real test is what happens when the golfer hits the golf ball. Also as accurate and long as my swing allows on irons. I see several folks refer to the differences – but I’m curious if anyone has any real reason for the difference. These golf balls are best known for delivering shots and long-distance capacity. I tried the Maxfli Tour based on a MGS email. i have one question i would love to have cleared up…. Golfers love to talk about it, but it has no actual bearing on performance. Effectively, it’s putting a logo on and a story behind a ball that someone else designed and manufactured. I’ll ask a few of the ball guys. Like a lot of balls in the Golfspy Test—it “FEELS” great, but it is no better than the SuperHot55 which is the prevous model at COstco. If I hit one shot 20 yards right (+20) and another 20 yards left (-20), my average of the 2 will be 0 yards offline ((-20 + 20)/2 = 0). With the USGA placing firm limits on the ball, there’s admittedly less innovation, and as patents enter the public domain, white label makers are able to compete, though it’s important to note that quality/consistency differences can vary significantly between brands and factories. I remember using Wilson Duos and then switching to Topfilte Gamer Tours for the urethane cover. That split second of transition—IMPACT/FOLLOW THROUGH—is the most critical split second of the golf swing as far as generating extra yardage goes. As for your question, I believe MGS already stated they’d redo the tests every year. Interested in other people’s thoughts. That being said I think you did a great service to the golfing public or should I say the non pro golfing public who don’t have the resources to know the inside info on golf equipment like the pros get. social media departments in marketing and PR firms are hiring! These balls come with durability, consistency, and longevity. Deemples always tries to research what is good for our readers and all level of golfers. They, as the raw numbers show, are really close to each other off the driver. How much of a difference in ball response (distance/spin/accuracy) is there between ball price ranges? This year’s offerings include new versions of popular golf balls like the Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x, TaylorMade’s TP5 and TP5x, and the Z-Star and Z-Star XV from Srixon. Buy a 2-pack…costs $44.99 each. Make sense and it works. Incredible work MGS! If you go watch the guys at TXG, they mention how someone who slices a driver thinks “I need less spin so lower spin driver” and it makes the problem worse because they’re cutting backspin off which is actually stabilIzing. We should also note that some manufacturers talk about total compression, while others focus the discussion on core compression. They have been a runaway retail success since the original Chrome Soft came out and people of all abilities play them regularly. Quite a popular urethane ball and would have been great to see the differences between the Project A, q star tour, and the tp5. I’d be interested in the salt water float that Bryson does and whether this center of gravity marking has any effect on consistency. The latest Callaway Chrome Soft model is one of the best Callaway golf balls around and it features a Graphene Dual SoftFast core. Listen, most of us are NEVER ever in our wildest dreams going to shoot in the 60’s. At the end of your game, you can key in your playing partner’s adjusted gross scores after applying equitable stroke control, but you cannot key in your own scores. The numbers were very clear for distance and accuracy on every ball. For myself, I choose to test the Maxfli tour against my former gamer chrome soft. We will review the features of each golf ball that made our list and share why we think they will be a good fit in your golf bag. There’s quite a bit of difference when it comes to who makes what and where. Why he didn’t go straight to Dick’s and buy a case is completely beyond me. Any reason didnt test the Top Flite Urethane cover ball? OK, I trust your work and will do as you suggest! I thought I just got a bad one so I gave it to my playing partner! I have to ask, did ad buys on your site play a role in determining who was on top? The shortest ball went 230.75 yards. I must’ve missed this, I just saw the GolferUK one using the PXG Robot, so I’m going to compare them, but IIRC alot of similarities. The conventional wisdom for golf ball fitting is to start near the green and work your way out. Mizuno’s new balls Callaways Hex Dimple, Bridgestone’s Double dimple, and Nike’s Micro dimples are all examples of thousands of hours of research on how unique dimple patterns have an effect on the balls aerodynamics, and I’d be interested to see how that has an effect on the final landing point of each ball instead of just the calculated landing point based on its launch conditions. Can I say WOW, 70yoa (I’m 62yoa)and you added 20yds, my best drive last season was 295 total(TP5) and this number was according to my watch GPS so who knows +/-?, my average is more like 280/285, mind you I’m at 3000′ above sea level too. Fairways are wide, green typically aren’t. I plan to try the TP5 this month and the Pro V1x too then I will make a final choice. It’ll take a while to go through and completely digest, but makes me a bit embarrassed at the relatively small donation I make each year. I experienced the same as you Jonathan. Bluntly – probably not. They are virtually identical. so where does this leave the slow swingers 70-80 mph people I realize that you tested for the high and mid range people what about us? My wife bought me the Kirklands and I’m tempted to put them in my son’s golf bag. For golfers who swing 85 MPH or more, if your first purchase criteria is feel, you’re setting yourself back from the get-go. Those of us that cannot afford the “tour level priced balls” but want to play a better ball have a hard time determining what to try without any data to compare so we know where to start. Compression Chart, I realized it was time to think–”Damn the harshness—full swing ahead” and just power through the moment of impact—-no matter what I “FELT”. What shafts did they have would also be nice to know. You just saved $1.25 a ball which is significant. Anybody want to buy some Chrome Soft’s on the cheap? What we settled on…. Essentially, you’re just repeating exactly the same type of myths we’ve tried to dispel with this test. Maybe that is why? There are 2 ways that golf clubs do it: 1) Sharing Deemples with their golf club members, guests, visitors through social media, emails, or banners at the golf club, so that i) their members can post games and invite more non-members who are revenue generating for the club, and ii) guests who wants to play a round at the club but has no one to go with can find a playing partner. No really solid interpretations can be drawn from it as you don’t know what each of us is looking for. Robot testing is the best way to test golf ball performance, and humans are best to determine club performance. Also once again I am going to state that all these test are to give you data to help streamline the choices you make in equipment. This doesn’t make the Snell balls look very good for that particular stat, does it. Driving it 4 to 7 yards farther, and hitting the irons a half club longer. If a steeper AoA makes ball X spin 5% more, you can reasonably expect ball Y to spin by the same percentage. For awhile I was doing the round testing that Bryson does and saw some balls are more inconsistent than others. BallDistance (yards)Deviation (yards)Callaway HX Pearl246.18 (1)8.91 (55)Bridgestone B330245.03 (2)4.84 (4)Titleist Pro V1x244.97 (3)9.38 (59)Top Flite XL 5000 Straight244.79 (4)5.96 (16)Pinnacle Gold FX Long244.26 (5)8.25 (49) Still not sure I’d game that ball though, It had the 6th worst shot area off the driver mostly due to having the worst stdev of offline. Well if feel is meaningless, looks have nothing to offer us in performance either. Honestly, they go the same for me off the tee. Why did you choose 115mph swing speed? I know strokes gained is en vogue at the moment but getting to the dance floor 0.14 strokes per round better isn’t going to help if you can’t dance. All it does is give you a sample of test data to look at and compare, but it doesn’t follow the “rules” of empirical / laboratory testing that actual important things go by. . According to the chart they recommend the MTB-X if you play the TM Project (a). Would love to hear MSG’s thoughts on this. Was curious about the MTB X, but as you said, pick one and stick with it. You guys have changed the industry standard of testing. If the ball does what you need it to do, do waste your time and energy counting layers. As I’ve said several times, ball performance is largely linear, so when you connect the dots from 85-115 you can reasonably extrapolate most metrics for any point in-between. Back on topic…we tested with a robot, outdoors, full flight. On wedge shots, the Mizuno RB Tour X, Kirkland Signature 3-Piece, and Volvik S4 again produced the highest spin rates. See above. Basically, is there a noticeable difference and should I switch balls during late Fall, Early Winter. I used to play the ZStar, but tried a couple of other balls last year. But I’ll take your word for it that these are worth trying out. Great information love the website. If your ball is too cold, or too hot for that matter, you may lose speed and control. It’s a starting point. Hey Vast, would you do us all a favor? Snell MTB I have a question about the raw data though. Check out our list of the best performing balls to help narrow down your selection, buy a sleeve of each, and then try them out for yourself to see which is best for your game. There are 3 game types in Deemples: Single flight, Multi Flight, and Driving range. Now when you hit it thin or fat, there is a feel associated with that shot. Perhaps the testing team could provide clarity regarding the results? Again, I love reading reviews, watching reviews on all area’s of golf products and I look forward every morning to the next edition of MGS. The reason companies like MG can say the C4 outperforms the PV1 is because they can set up a robot to have the impact characteristics most friendly to their ball for that test.

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