Dunlop LoCo Bite Balls

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LoCo Bite

  • 2 - Piece Construction
  • New Spin-Flex Cover
  • Low Compression

User Reviews (2)

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carynrich   Shoots in the 80s [Aug 11, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Dunlop Loco Bite

I've been playing these balls for a year now. just started playing golf again early last year(after a 16 year break). started with the nike ta's then the pro v1's. switched mid season to the loco's. broke 90 with these and have been there since. great distance off the tee but even better on the green. iron shots bounce a few feet from the divot. i thought the pro v1's were a bit too soft when putting. these are crisp but not hard like topflites. it has a rubbery texture thats quite unique to this ball. at about $12 for 18 balls its hard to beat. the problem is finding them. check out the review on this website: http://www.golfballs101.com/best-of-the-best.aspx

Similar Products Used: titleist pro v1 , nike tour accuracy
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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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carsonkch   Shoots in the 90s [Apr 22, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Dunlop LoCo Bite

A very good ball. Although it's not 'crazy long' as it says, it IS longer than other balls I've played. Also surprised to find that it resists the wind quite well. I am also pleased with its 'bite'. The ball stops very quickly on the green, which is very helpful to a player like me who can't put much back spin on the ball. There were three shots that normally whould roll off the green with other balls, but this LoCo Bite held on. I think I can shoot in the 80s regularly now as I can putt more rather than chip.

Similar Products Used: Pinnacle Exception, Strata Tour Premier.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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