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Date Posted: 19:41:59 11/01/12 Thu
Author: Customer Care - 1 Iron Golf
Subject: Re: 2nd Day review
In reply to: Alec Davies 's message, "2nd Day review" on 09:31:42 11/01/12 Thu

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[> Re: 2nd Day review -- Roy Reed (R2), 22:10:07 11/04/12 Sun

Alec: There are a lot of great golf balls out there. I recommend you first determine your swing-speed by having it checked at one of your local golf shops. Generally, the faster your swing speed, the higher-compression ball you should be playing. And if you have a slow swing speed, a lower-compression ball will give you maximum distance since it compresses better off the clubface. For example, my swing speed is slow (75-80 mph) so I play a low-compression ball. I tried a lot of different ones and settled on the Bridgestone e5 for summer, and the Wilson Staff "50" for winter play. My son-in-law has a very high swing speed (above 115 mph) and plays the Titlest Pro V-1 all year long. You'll need to try several different balls before you find one that gives you the "feel" you're looking for. Just a word of caution: different balls really do react differently on the club face, so playing with a "mixed-bag" or variety of balls can really screw up your game. Also, I agree 100% with Mr Lake about checking golf ball roundness and using the "Check-Go" - I check EVERY ball I play with, and mark those that are playable with the check-go. These two tools are well worth their small cost, especially if you're serious about your game. Hope this helps a little. Hit 'em straight! R2

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