Pinnacle Pinnacle Gold Distance Balls

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Pinnacle Gold Distance

The New Pinnacle Gold Distance features a soft, fast core and a surable Lythium Surlyn cover blend to provide golfers with superior distance, straight flight and maximum durability.

User Reviews (4)

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Mike garvey   Shoots in the 80s [May 27, 2016]
Model Reviewed: Pinnacle gold

playing the high priced pro v. With the high spin I tend to over draw ,if it's a tight course pinnacle gold is straighter ...longer.. There fore better!

Similar Products Used: Pro vs -- Bridgestone tour-
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5
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4
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mashedpotato   Shoots in the 90s [Aug 06, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Pinnacle Gold Distance

Don't listen to these guys comparing these balls to Warbirds (crap, easy to tear covers) and NXT distance (overpriced). They are totally different balls. I would compare these to the Maxfli Noodle or perhaps the Titleist DT/Solo as they are soft and long. They are also cheaper than all of the above. If you do your homework, you'll find that Pinnacles are basically Titleists with a different logo. That's all. I felt this ball was a bit better than the Pinnacle Gold Maximum Velocity. It felt a bit more alive and controllable. Also the covers are much more durable. If you are on a budget, these are great balls to try.

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Similar Products Used: Maxfli Noodle
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4
Value
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4
BOB GOLFALIKE   Shoots in the 80s [Jan 02, 2003]
Model Reviewed: Pinnacle Gold Distance

This is a fairly nice ball. It has good distance off your long to mid irons and woods but few spin off the short irons. Great overall ball for the price. But, you can get the new Callaway Warbirds for only $17 at Dicks.

Customer Service

Don't scratch

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4
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4
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kierang   Shoots in the 90s [Oct 18, 2002]

Won these balls in a raffle. Have been playing Titleist NXT Distance and these balls just dont come close. OK they are a lot cheaper but you get what you pay for. Not as long and no feel whatsoever. They dont seem to hold greens anywhere near as well as the NXT. Not that everything about these balls is bad - due to the very low spin rate the are quite straight and they do roll quite a bit on landing, on hard fairways they are fine. If you dont care about feel and dont want your ball to stop quickly on the green then buy these, otherwise Try Ultra or Dunlop, both better balls. Alternatively pay a little extra, you get what you pay for after all.

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Similar Products Used: Most balls at some time or other.
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3
Value
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4
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