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  1. #11
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    Re: Dunlop Tour Soft Balls

    I had 48 bought for me at Christmas, been using them for a few weeks. Initially I hadn't noticed much difference over my previous ball (Callaway CXR Power), but yesterday I did the first 9 on the last of the Callaways and the second on the Dunlops (9 hole course) and my drives were somewhat (15 yards or so) longer with the Callaways.

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    Re: Dunlop Tour Soft Balls

    Tried the Trusoft. Hated it and would rather use a three piece and pay a little more as a result.

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    Journeyman Pro Orikoru's Avatar
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    Re: Dunlop Tour Soft Balls

    Wilson Staff DX2 Soft are good balls, a step above Dunlops, and they're still cheap as chips. Usually 15 a box, AG is selling them on offer at a tenner a box right now.
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    Re: Dunlop Tour Soft Balls

    Quote Originally Posted by cliveb View Post
    The new Titleist DTTruSoft has been getting a lot of good reviews. Several pros have said they are pretty much the equal of the ProV1 in most respects. They typically cost about 17 a dozen, which is cheaper than AD333 nowadays.
    Tried these, hated them.

    I've been using the DX2 Optix since before christmas and gettin along really well with them. Good distance, decent response around the greens and soft to putt for the most part. Did have a couple of fiery ones yesterday, but overall, the DX2 is a decent winter ball. I'll go back to ProV or TP5 in the summer though, much prefer them.

  5. #15
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    Re: Dunlop Tour Soft Balls

    dont think I will personally ever get a box of dunlops again though.. as I literally don't have the call for them

    I use Wilson staff DX2s and I over bought on them.. use them most rounds.. I still have half a box of titleist velocity which I normally use in bounce rounds.. still havent managed to loose them since switching to DX2s a year ago

    now I have 24 TP5s on the way ... I dont see me running out of balls for ages

    I mainly use my box of dunlops on my par 3 course where i have the time to find every ball I play anyways

    maybe in 5 years lol
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