Intech Golf Beta Ti Balls

Intech Golf Beta Ti Balls 

DESCRIPTION

  • Thin cover technology
  • Astounding distance

USER REVIEWS

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[Jul 19, 2015]
Daniel Thomson
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Intech Beta-Ti Golf Balls

Have used these balls for over 10 years, keep looking for something better and keep coming back. Long, especially in cool or cold weather (I play even in winter, long as there is no snow). I have see the reviews critical of the ball's putting but I find if you learn the ball then these putt with the best. If you like the ball and want a USGA tested/approved version, use the FUZZ. It is the same ball just submitted to the USGA because intech's contract with Fuzzy requires it. Love the ball.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[Dec 28, 2014]
Romain Godin
Shoots in the 90s

Purchased 30ct plastic bag
Looked good and played good for the first 2-3 holes, but then started cracking which made them look like the lawnmower had hit them. NEVER will purchase anymore and can't wait for the rest of them to go.

OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
[Sep 21, 2014]
j Maljak
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Intech ball 30ct plastic bag

Balls look good and were good all season, then last time out 6 of the balls were splitting.One of the balls looked like a lawnmower got it.Dont think I will buy these balls again

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1
VALUE
RATING
1
[Jan 01, 2014]
James Schofield
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: INTECH 1 Beta Ti

I was given a box of the Intech 1 Beta Ti golf balls for Christmas from my daughter. tI must ssy the balls look great. She sent me the yellow ones, I find them easier to see and differentiate from other balls as I play in 4-somes quite often.
I have played two 18 hole games with the balls since Christmas and am disappointed with there performance. I have had two failures with the balls So far. The balls are cracking and breaking in half. This affects the distance and direction of travel as well as inconvenience and use.
I would not recommend purchase of these balls at any price point.

OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
[Mar 02, 2010]
goshawk
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: intech ti

I just want to say alittle something about this ball, A couple years ago my sons bought these balls for me at christmas 3 bags.
they came in a plastic 15 ball container optic yellow, I chose to use them as a practice ball.
A few friends and I went out one saturday to play a friendly game of 18 hole skins and i had forgotten to take these balls out of my bag the night before, (I'm a NXT tour man by choice).
I was immediatly taken by the distance and control these balls had, the ability to work the ball right to left and visversa AND how durible the ball was...it was incredible.
The only flaw i could see with these balls was 100 yards in and around the green, the ball just wouldn't hold the green well, putting was a 10 in my book.
Therefore this next question is for the boys and girls at the intech company, what would happen if you were to keep the guts of this ball the same as is, and put a IONOMER or BLATA cover on this ball?
Well i can honestly tell you that you would have a ball that would sit right up there with all the other name brand balls.
Well intech if you can make this happen i for one would be ordering up BIG TIME.
This is a very good ball for the money and yes this ball maybe alittle hard but its helped with my game even just to practice with so good luck, and fairways and greens.

Customer Service

none

Similar Products Used:

pro v1, pro v1x, topflite es XL2000, NXT tour.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jun 27, 2007]
Ursa
Shoots in the 100s
Model Reviewed: Intech BetaTi

Sure, it's hard to take Intech BetaTi seriously when they sell these alongside the non-USGA-conforming Hot ball...but this ball offers a dose of refinement at a great price. I much prefer it to the low-priced offerings from TopFlite and Pinnacle.

On drives, the ball felt soft, yet lively off the clubface. It was easy to get into the air and ballooned just a little. It flew plenty long, and kept straight. There was some bounce but little run after the ball landed.

On approach shots, I found the ball landed softly, hopped once or twice, then came to a prompt halt. The ball exhibited some nice spin and holding power on the greens, something I certainly did not expect from such a low-priced ball. I'd have to say that this is what impressed me most about the BetaTi.

Chips and pitches were fairly straightforward. Feedback through the clubface became more vague and less precise as the shots became shorter, but the ball remained well under control and did not run much on the greens.

Putting performance is the BetaTi's lone weakness. As with chips and pitches, low-speed impacts with the clubface yielded rather vague and inconsistent feedback, and it was difficult to roll the ball at a precise speed. The ball did hold its line fairly well. If you're looking for a ball that's easy to putt, this just isn't it.

The bottom line: RECOMMENDED, with reservations. Casual and beginning golfers should find a lot to like with the BetaTi. It offers solid performance from tee-to-green, but is less than enjoyable to putt. Still, it offers a much more complete package than the similarly-priced "distance rocks" from TopFlite and Pinnacle. At US$7.99 for 18, it's an excellent value. If you like a colored ball, the BetaTi can sometimes be found in bags of 30 in yellow, or mixed pink, yellow, and orange.

I would buy these again if my favorite ball was sold out.

Customer Service

I have not contacted Intech's customer service. The King Par/Intech/Affinity/Orlimar/Knight website is not well thought out and provides little useful information about their products.

Similar Products Used:

Intech Titanium, TopFlite XL Pure Distance, Wilson ProStaff 360 Max Distance, various Pinnacle models

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[Apr 12, 2005]
TO88
Shoots in the 100s
Model Reviewed: Beta TI 2004

I was look ing for some balls to go play with that were cheap but good and in golf you don't usually find that so i saw these at wal-mart and i bought some i think it was like 18 for $10 or $15 but i always loose balls. i took these out and they had good distance and held up really well. They are very bouncy. I have a bad short game so i have to do good on the long game and these work just fine. i also did not feel bad about loosing them either. They could be more expensive now but i am not shure.

Customer Service

didn't need any

Similar Products Used:

any other balls

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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