Dunlop LoCo Pro HT Balls

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LoCo Pro HT

  • 3 Piece Construction
  • Thin, Solid Urethane Cover
  • 272 Dimple Pattern
  • Reduced Compression Core

User Reviews (2)

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bladerunner   Shoots in the 80s [Sep 11, 2005]
Model Reviewed: dunlop loco pro ht

I've tried them ALL. I read every review of golf balls, and can even tell you how many dimples each specific ball uses (seriously). This ball rocked my golfing world! Feel BETTER than the V1X and is longer. Backs up like the VI. Has the trajectory of no other ball! I use a T.M. R580 with reg. flex. My swing is high 90's. This ball gets airborne instantly, then it flattens out forever and stays up like a UFO, then lands like an F-18 in a carrier deck. I'm always looking for these about 15 yards shorter than where I thought it couldn't have gone further than! $25???!!! Awesome. I just bought 5 boxes....5!!! from Dick's. I gave away my Callaway's Nike's and Titleists. My playing partners (proV1 users) recently all asked me to pick them up boxes.

Customer Service

Don't know. But Dunlop is the second oldest manufacturer of Golf Balls, they use the SAME production lines as Maxfli and Srixon, but they only sponsor only 1 pro (JD), and don't advertise - therefore $25 3 pc. urethane ball vs $40 shorter-over-hyped-WORSE-performing ball. If you are a suntanned, gold chain wearing old fart - stick to your PROV status symbols and let me play through while I out-drive you and back it up into your waste of money!

Similar Products Used: Titleist 2005 ProV1X, 2004 ProV1, Nike One Black, Callaway HX Hot, HX Red, HX Tour, Maxfli Revolution Tour.
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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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clydem1   Shoots in the 70s [Aug 05, 2005]
Model Reviewed: loco pro ht

great ball compares easily with the pro v's and all other high priced balls. this is my new ball...

Customer Service

none needed as of yet

Similar Products Used: pro v's precept u tri tour and nike balls.
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RATING
5
VALUE
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5
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