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TOP FLITE XL 5000 Super Long Balls Review

TOP FLITE XL 5000 Super Long


Description
2 Piece Construction
Ionomer Cover provides low spin and high speed launch for maximum distance
Softer core than XL 3000 for better feel on all shots
XL 5000 Distance Dimple Technology
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Review Date
November 28, 2008

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Value Rating
 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: 3iron ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
top flite xl 5000 super long

Summary:
Played these balls today was very pleased. The ball stopped quickly ( a few inches at most from the ball mark ) on a 7 iron shot. Full wedge shots within an inch or two. The ball putted and chipped will. Good consitent distance with my irons, and low price make this the ball for me.

Similar Products Used:
Bridgestone B330, prcept distance iq, titelist pro v1, wilson prostaff, wilson ultra, pinnacle gold, callaway warbird, callaway big bertha,topflite d2 distance, topflite d2 feel, noodle, loco motion, dunlop ddh



Review Date
June 25, 2008

Overall Rating
 3 of 5

Value Rating
 4 of 5

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Reviewed by: Stud Maximus ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
XL 5000 Super Long

Summary:
This is an average ball, but, an improvement over the XL 3000. This is one of those balls you don't mind losing in the lake, because it's about $1.00 a ball. There were a few positives about this ball: It does fly straight. It is long (many drives over 265 yards). It stuck the greens better than I thought due to it's 8,203RPM spin rate. Negative wise: I can't stand the sound of this ball off the driver. It sounds like a high pitched squeal, common with cheap balls. I don't like this ball for putting. The cover is still too hard feeling. It's not very durable as I found a large slice in the cover in one of them. A big gash, not a small chip. I'm not even a hard core wedge player and this ball tore up WAY too easily. As you can tell, pros and cons. If you want an inexpensive ball and your a new golfer or a high handicapper, it's not bad. If there's water ahead and you want to rip one, try it out. If you're more serious and trying to lower your handicap, no way. You get what you pay for.

Customer Service:
None so far.

Similar Products Used:
Noodle. All XL models. Old HX HOT. Nike Mojo.



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