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Precept MC Lady Balls Review

Precept MC Lady


Description
Featuring one of the softest cores of any two-piece golf ball in the industry, the MC Lady maximizes distance and carry for golfers generating low to moderate clubhead speeds. A 432 quasi-icosahedral dimple design promotes a high trajectory for optimal flight while the Surlyn® cover enhances a soft feel around the greens.


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Review Date
December 9, 2004

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Reviewed by: TomT ,  Shoots in the 70s

Model Reviewed:
Precept MC Lady

Summary:
Playing this ball the past three years after the initial hype. Ball goes far!Love it! Was paying $19.99/dz, now picking them up at Dick's for $19.99 for TWO Dozen! All my buddies play the Pro V-1. None of them out drive me. They can't stand it! They can back up the Pro V-1, but it doesn't help them-looks cool though. I drop and stop the MC Lady-much better for my ball flight-more predictable. Very good around the green. Very soft off the putter. This ball seems different than the Lady Diamond. I hope Precept isn't going to stop making this ball. They'll probably repackage it and charge double. If you can find them, try them-especially at two dozen for $19.99 or you can pay $45/dz for the Pro Vs. You decide.



Review Date
May 9, 2003

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Reviewed by: roulade r ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
Lady Precept

Summary:
This is a high-quality golf ball at a great price-- under $25.00/dozen. It seems to provide good distance and feels very nice, even around the greens. It's not a super high-spin ball, so if you have a hard time holding greens, this won't help you out. I find that the ball stops just fine on most greens, I'm just not backing the ball up, which is a good thing more often than not. Although I prefer the softer feel of the Pro V's, I like paying 1/2 the price for a good ball-- if I hit a cart path or just get tired of looking at the same ball I can toss it and bring out a fresh one without breaking the bank.

Forget the laddie-- it's the same ball with a different name and color scheme for insecure men. Play the lady with pride and take it deep.

Similar Products Used:
Titleist Pro V1, Titleist Professional



Review Date
August 10, 2002

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Reviewed by: jimmynva ,  Shoots in the 80s , from Norfolk, VA

Model Reviewed:
Precept Lady

Summary:
Quite possibly the best bang for the buck out there. Of all the low compression balls on the market, ie Maxfli Noodle, or Dunlop LoCo, I feel the first is still the best. The only thing Precept did wrong was mislable them "Lady" This ball is ideal for those of us without tour cards, or a 100+ MPH swing speed. They're long like the Pro V's and soft like butter, even on a 1/2 wedge or a putter, these things feel more like a marshmellow than a hard-as-a-rock distance ball. And at roughly $20 a dozen they're one of the best bargains out there, so clear your mind of the stereotpyes attached to playing with a "lady's" ball, and start hitting longer shots that feel better. After hitting countless other balls out there, I still rank the Lady as a top performer.

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Similar Products Used:
Maxfli Noodle, Dunlop LoCo, Titleist Pro V1 & NXT Tour, Callaway CTU Red, CB1 Blue & HX 2 piece Blue



Review Date
July 1, 2002

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Reviewed by: azgolfer ,  Shoots in the 100s , from Sierra Vista

Model Reviewed:
Precept MC Lady

Summary:
Great Product. Long and straight. For the money the performance is on par (no pun intended) with more expensive Titelist Pro V1 and NXT.

Similar Products Used:
Pro V1, NXT Distance, Strata



Review Date
March 24, 2002

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Reviewed by: aztecwin ,  Shoots in the 80s , from Lodi, California, USA

Model Reviewed:
Lady Precept

Summary:
This ball gives great distance and spins good around the greens.

The best thing that I have found that it really feels soft and gets great distance in the cold.

Similar Products Used:
Pro V1, Precept Senior, Maxfli Noodle



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