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Maxfli Revolution EXT Balls Review

Maxfli Revolution EXT


Description
  • A faster way to distance and feel
  • SPEEDMANTEL Technology
  • The speedmantle turbocharges the core, increasing ball velocity
  • Generates greater distance
  • The solid, high-velocity core spins less off the driver for optimal distance
  • Ionomer cover combines tremendously soft feel with excellent short-iron spin
  • For players seeking longer distance with a softer short game spin thru the green



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Review Date
October 26, 2008

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 2 of 5

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Reviewed by: Norge ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
Maxfli Rev EXT

Summary:
The good. They are long.
The bad. Poor characteristics from mid irons in.
Nasty. Like hitting a piece of bone china.



Review Date
October 14, 2005

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Value Rating
 4 of 5

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Reviewed by: powerdraw ,  Shoots in the 70s

Model Reviewed:
Maxfli revolution ext

Summary:
These worked for me because I put major spin on the ball. A high end 3 or 4 piece ball spins too much for me, actually pulling off of many greens and ballooning on drives. I would recommend them for people with like games.
Not much feel around the greens but I have about 20 yards less coming into the greens so it evens out.

Customer Service:
Not needed.

Similar Products Used:
All of them.



Review Date
June 4, 2005

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 4 of 5

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Reviewed by: fastnhappy ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
Rev EXT

Summary:
I disagree with a few of the reviews that i read here... One person said they played one ball for 54 holes because this ball is very durable. Well... maybe they dont get much club head speed or something, because i could only get about 9 holes before the ball became almost unplayable - it scuffed on every iron shot. If you are a long hitter, this ball is not very durable.

Whether or not you will like this ball depends on what you are looking for your golf ball to do. If you want a feel or spin ball, and dont care as much about distance, you should look for a lower compression ball than this. This ball is perfect for people who want a long straight ball that has "some" spin. I hit this ball just as far as the top flite XL3000 super longs that i was using, but it can acutally stop on a green. I hit a 200 yrd 6 iron today into a green and it stopped about 4 feet from where my ball mark was. Way better than what a top flite or super distance ball will give you.

It doesnt check very hard in my short game - chips check a little, but not too much. if you like playing a lot of spin around the greens, look elsewhere.

Overall, a great ball for a distance-first, spin-second kind of person. The perfect amount of spin for my game. You sure cant beat them for the price!

Similar Products Used:
lots



Review Date
April 13, 2005

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 2 of 5

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Reviewed by: bladerunner ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
Rev. EXT

Summary:
This ball is like hitting a rock...I like firmer compression balls, not too firm like a Top-Flite, not too soft like a Titleist DT SoLo. 90's compression balls work best for me. This ball feels like 150!!!! Why even bother making it a 3 piece ball? No feel. Good distance with jackhammer vibration on irons. Puts like a pebble. Note to Maxfli...Stop making this whole line immediately! Kill the D-Tec line also. Just focus on the Noodle line and, making the Black Max into a Titleist killer - which I hear it is...

Similar Products Used:
Mojo, Exception, NXT Tour, Nike PD Super Far, Dunlop Moebius. The Moebius crushes the competition. (note: maxfli, srixon, and dunlop balls are ALL made by the same company). Why doesn't Maxfli phase out Srixon and Dunlop and use the kick-ass Moebius pattern on their balls?



Review Date
September 29, 2004

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 3 of 5

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Reviewed by: ma93z71 ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
Maxfli Revolution EXT

Summary:
I had my swing analyzed for my spin rate and then wrote Maxfli for a recommendation. They recommended these balls so I bought a dozen and played with them a couple of times. I have to say that they feel like rocks.

Customer Service:
Did not use.

Similar Products Used:
I play the Titleist DT So/Lo and the Strata Tour Straight.



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