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  1. #11
    Tour Rookie Capella's Avatar
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    Nov 2015

    Re: Following the ball

    I find it especially bad when playing against the sun. On the other occasions, I have at least a rough idea where the ball landed, even if I did not actually see it down all the way, but on one of our holes specifically, I lose it in the glare pretty much as soon as it takes off, with no idea even of the general direction it went. And I even sometimes find it hard to spot on the fairway until I am almost standig right on it.
    In the bag: Cobra FlyZ driver, Cobra Baffler XL 3 & 7 wood, Bridgestone GC 22 ° Hybrid, Cleveland Halo 4 Hybrid, MacGregor V-Foil M455 irons 5 - SW, Cleveland Black 60°, Odyssey White Hot putter

  2. #12
    Major Champion SwingsitlikeHogan's Avatar
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    Jul 2012

    Re: Following the ball

    Some folks I play with seem to have little clue where their ball has gone much of the time - usually when we have to try and find it. Not sure it's anything to do with the colour of the ball against the sky. Just wish they'd watch it more carefully. Have to say that I certainly find it easier to follow a coloured ball when the light is very flat and the sky is grey - I just don't like playing a coloured ball.
    to infinity and beyond...

    ...well from 10.0 to 9.4 this year would be nice.

    And last medal of the year (Oct) saw me play to handicap but CSS was +1 so that was me down 0.2 from 8.3 to 8.1

    Job done

  3. #13
    Money List Winner therod's Avatar
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    Dec 2008

    Re: Following the ball

    Quote Originally Posted by Fore Right! View Post
    tried a Volvic the other week - bright green - great in the air but then lost it in a bush!
    I tried the red ones, couldn’t see em on the ground, I reckon I’m a bit red/green colour blind

  4. #14
    Journeyman Pro
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    May 2017

    Re: Following the ball

    Have you considered trying these

    Handicap 9 (was 6, now showing my age)An absolute miss mash of clubs

  5. #15

    Re: Following the ball

    Quote Originally Posted by Parsaregood View Post
    I sometimes have trouble filling the ball in cloudy/overcast conditions. It tends to be worse at this time of year with the poor light, does anyone else have this issue ?
    Exactly the same. I don't have any problems with my vision and was told on my last eye test it had in fact improved somehow!
    But lately in these overcast conditions I really struggle to follow it. Weird

  6. #16
    Tour Winner Dan2501's Avatar
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    Aug 2014

    Re: Following the ball

    Tried using a Callaway Chrome Soft Truvis?
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    Callaway XR 4 Wood
    Callaway X-Hot 22* Hybrid
    Nike Covert 2.0 Irons 4-SW
    Titleist Vokey SM5 52* Wedge
    Callaway MD3 58* Wedge
    Scotty Cameron Futura X5

    Callaway Chrome Soft Golf Ball
    Bushnell V4 Slope

    Handicap: 14.0

    Lancaster GC

  7. #17
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    Aug 2015

    Re: Following the ball

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan2501 View Post
    Tried using a Callaway Chrome Soft Truvis?
    I wear specs and occasionally struggle against the sky. Found yellow Truvis to be better when it was overcast and lower light.
    Once it brightens up (i.e. those 3 weeks in August ) I can switch to the white and red version and still be using the same ball.
    In the bag:TM M1 10.5 Driver; TM M2 5 Wood; Callaway Big Bertha 4 hybrid; Ping G irons 4-PW: Cleveland Rotex 588 50, 54 & 58 degree wedges; Scotty Golo 5 Handicap 15.6

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