Wilson Pro Staff 360 Max Distance Balls

Pro Staff 360 Max Distance

The ProStaff 360 Max Distance has a 360 Dimple Design that Creates a Longer and Truer Ball Flight. The Flash Metal Cover makes the Ball Easier to See in the Air and on the Ground. Provides a Soft Feel with a High Launch Angle.

User Reviews (7)

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Rizal Gonzales   Shoots in the 80s [Jun 11, 2009]
Model Reviewed: orange prostaff balls

I have been playing with orange golf balls for over 12 yrs and have gone back and forth to the top rated white balls
which I have a hard time seeing, and decided for the price and feel, these orange balls are all I play with.They give long drives and settle on the greens just as well as the expensive balls...I guess when handicapp goes down from 14.5 to single digits if that's possiable than I will explore a 3 piece ball more !!

Customer Service

don't ever quit making them !!!

Similar Products Used: top flite xl when they used to make them in orange.
OVERALL
RATING
4
Value
RATING
5
mgpren   Shoots in the 90s [Jun 07, 2009]
Model Reviewed: Wilson Prostaff 360 MAX Orange Golf Ball

I never buy golf balls as I live on a golf course and pick up 5-10 stray balls every weekend. I play then all, but I was given this ball at a charity outing and played with it becasue I liked teh organce glow. To say teh least, this is one of the best balls I have ever palyed with. First time I ever played teh same ball start to finish in a round and scored my second best round EVER. I don't think it was just a coincidence that these two things happeded n teh same day. I saw my shots better and everyonoe knew where I was on teh course. It's like having a red sports car; every one will see you!

Customer Service

NA

Similar Products Used: Bridgestone Soft, Pro V1, Precept
OVERALL
RATING
5
Value
RATING
4
Franc   Shoots in the 90s [Jul 05, 2008]
Model Reviewed: Wilson ProStaff 360 Max Distance

I found this ball in the woods in bright orange. I use it as my twilight ball towards the end of my round in the early evening. The bright orange color is great because you can find it in the rough easily. It flies very far and putts very true. It also works well off the irons. I am amazed at the distance while the iron and putter play are fine. I checked the price and it is a bargain.

Customer Service

Never used but Wilson always offers good value for the money.

Similar Products Used: Precept Laddie X, Titleist Pro V-1, Top Flite D2 Straight, Pinnacle Exception, Noodle +.
OVERALL
RATING
5
Value
RATING
5
Stud Maximus   Shoots in the 90s [Jun 25, 2008]
Model Reviewed: Wilson Pro Staff 360

Not a bad ball. I got some free ones awhile back and kept them as spares in my bag. It's a good looking ball. It's pretty long for a low compression ball. Alignment aid should be improved, too fat. Low compression and soft feel. It also seemed to hold up well. Not for serious players or players with a higher swing speed looking to maximize distance.

Customer Service

N/A

Similar Products Used: Nike Mojo. Noodle.
OVERALL
RATING
3
Value
RATING
3
massey   Shoots in the 80s [Dec 04, 2007]
Model Reviewed: Wilson Staff Fifty 50/50

I really wanted to like the new Wilson 50/50 low compression ball. As a low swing speed golfer, the eternal search for more driver and hybrid/wood distance to go with my wedge control game is endless. So I was hopeful when I took the Fifty out for a spin, comparing it with the Dunlop Loco and Noodle. Sadly, it lost the comparison. While a modest swing with the driver will hammer this puppy a looooong way, I found that putting the same consistent swing on the ball with my wedges yielded wildly differing results. Short, long, on target, left, right .... there was something about the ball that would not allow me to dial in the distance on wedge shots, and this is normally a strength of my game. I have never experienced anything like this with any other ball. So, at least in my experience, if you want to boost your confidence with the driver, by all means dig into the Fifty on your next outing .... but beware the short game 50/50 gremlins, especially if you need to fly and stick your approach on elevated greens. You may find better results with it if you use low runner approach shots on links style courses.

Customer Service

NA

Similar Products Used: Dunlop Loco, Maxfli Noodle
OVERALL
RATING
2
Value
RATING
3
Ursa   Shoots in the 100s [Jun 27, 2007]
Model Reviewed: Wilson Prostaff 360 Max Distance

At US$10-$13 for a 15-pack, I expected that these were going to be typical cheap "distance rocks", but they aren't. They are a low-compression ball with a somewhat firm feel, unlike anything I've played before. I truly enjoy playing with this ball--on my first round with it, I ended up tying my best score ever.

The ball has a nice, grippy cover--much like that on the surlyn-covered Titleist models--which provided consistent, precise, and very useful tactile feedback through the clubface at impact. I was able to place my shots and putt with confidence after just a couple of holes.

On drives, the ball felt lively off the clubface. It was easy to get into the air yet did not balloon at all. It flew plenty long, and dead-on straight, too. There was not much bounce and run after the ball landed.

On approach shots, I found the ball landed softly and didn't bounce much. The ball exhibited some holding power on the greens, too--not an impressive amount, but certainly more than you'd expect from a "Max Distance" ball.

Chips and pitches were a breeze. The precise feedback provided through the clubface inspired confidence and I was able to place these shots with great precision. The ball does run some, but it's hardly bothersome or unmanageable.

Putting was excellent with this ball--the best performance I've encountered with a low-priced ball. The ball held its line very well, and again, the excellent feedback through the clubface made it easy to get the ball rolling at just the right speed. I drained putts with this ball that I'd normally miss.

The bottom line: RECOMMENDED. This is an long, deadly-accurate ball with a precise feel that inspires confidence--and it putts like a dream, too. I have a slow swing speed and found it suited my game very well. I plan on sticking with these!

Customer Service

I haven't contacted Wilson's customer service.

Similar Products Used: Intech Titanium, Intech BetaTi, TopFlite XL Pure Distance. These teo Intech models are another nice choice among low-priced balls--compared to the Wilson 360 Max Distance, they offer similar distance, better holding power on the greens, but don't putt nearly as well.
OVERALL
RATING
5
Value
RATING
5
Pky6471   Shoots in the 80s [May 01, 2007]
Model Reviewed: Wilson ProStaff 360 ball

I don't buy golf balls in the last 15 years. Most of them I picked up from golf courses, some given to me by companies that I work with, some given to me by my golf partners. Last weekend I picked up a Wilson ProStaff 360 ball, almost brand new... I hit it as sweet and as good as any balls that I've played, i.e ProV1, Callaway, Nike, Tielest(sp?), Maxfli, you name it. For $12 a dozen it's a bargain compare to ProV1 which ,to me, is a waste of money

OVERALL
RATING
5
Value
RATING
5
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