Vision Golf Balls Review
Posted 14 December 2007 - 07:23 AM
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Posted 14 December 2007 - 08:19 AM
OK, that's fine, you can think that, but I would'nt expect them to know much at all about ball characteristics, nor club fitting, or anything else about golf other than Tiger uses Nike. That's just the way it is. While these bulk shops can offer a nice price, it pretty much stops there. More than happy to hear and accept stories otherwise, and I'm sure they have happened, just not to me. Edit - Boz, you wrote your reply as I was writing this. I was'nt trying to start a 'fight', but to say you don't buy something because it was too hard after going all that way does'nt make a lot of sense to me.
White box = 6 X-perts â€“ more spin / standard numbersThat's much the same as the other ball suppliers, except the mixture of the three, and that's a great idea, and I would have thought a great place to start
Yellow box = 6 UV Yellow â€“ soft / long / bright / big #
Blue box = 6 Arcxtic white â€“ same as UV except brite white
Clear box = 2 of each model
And Yes I do expect people in sports stores to know what they are doing,and they arenâ€™t all kids here.
Posted 14 December 2007 - 09:39 PM
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Posted 16 December 2007 - 12:07 AM
Posted 16 December 2007 - 08:06 PM
Posted 16 December 2007 - 09:30 PM
Yeah, unfortunatly that's the case. It's up to us though to try and figure out the difference and what suits us by doing a bit of research, and there is plenty of information in this thread alone to make a decision. Additionally, your (innovative) idea of a trial pack should put any question to rest, as we can try all three, and find out which one we like, with the absolute worst case scenario being throwing away 2 balls. I have no doubt the balls will become very popular very soon, and become a lot more readily available to us, but until then it's worth the trip to the shopping centre to get some.
I understand for sure, plus the sale always helps! :-)
Its interesting that a lot of the Specialist Golf Discounters donâ€™t understand the fitting of balls as well, seems being the least expensive is the main priority to making sales which long term
has got to fail.
I mean someone will always try to be the cheapest but the retailer that has great service and information and reasonable prices
can be so much more successful.
How bright are your balls?
Posted 16 December 2007 - 11:34 PM
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