Pinnacle Power Core Soft Feel Balls

Pinnacle Power Core Soft Feel Balls 

DESCRIPTION

The Pinnacle Power Core Series™ of golf balls has been designed to meet the needs of today''s recreational golfers seeking the ultimate in long, straight distance, soft feel and high quality at a value. With two unique choices, you are certain to find a Pinnacle Power Core model that will help bring your game to the next level.

USER REVIEWS

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[Sep 28, 2010]
Mr. Ford
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Pinnacle Power Core

Great ball for the money....sure you can go find better, but you will pay the difference for them. I started out like any other using basic top flights etc...Moved on to Nike softs and now to these Pinnacles, and these are by far better than the latter two. Soft enough to have control but hard enough for a good long drive. No matter what your golf game comes down to your swing and experience, but I do believe that these may help someone drop at least 2-5 strokes due to their good craftsmanship.

Similar Products Used:

Top Flight, Nike, Pro VI's, Noodle soft's.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jul 31, 2010]
jac jr.
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: power core

Found a new Pinnacle Power Core on the fourth hole during my last round. I currently use Titleist off the Tee and Putt with Callaway. Fifth hole is a water hole par 3. I didnt want to risk losing a Titleist so I teed up the newly found Pinnacle. What a GREAT BALL. I finished the round with it! Online now looking to see the price for this ball and can't believe how inexpensive these balls are. I' ll be purchasing a box or two or three. Great Ball, Great Feel.One of the best if not the best ball I have ever played.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jan 29, 2005]
jjloans
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Pinnacle Power Core Soft Feel

I have no idea why some schmiels rate this ball low... No, it is not a Pro VI. But it IS one of the very best balls for the money I have ever played!! I used it do drive a 345 yard par 4, so it is plenty long, and the feel is superb. So, if U are a brand snob, go blow your $$$... if not, try a sleeve, U will not be sorry!!

Customer Service

NA

Similar Products Used:

Most

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jul 02, 2003]
Ben
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Pinnacle soft core distance

I have probably spent thousands on golf balls trying to get any and every advantage, from $6 a ball to 50 cents, played them all in the two years I have played, 5 rounds a week, This ball is the best combination for me and I would assume others trying to break 100, it is longer off the tee, stays closer to the fairway on slices and is soft enough to feel a control around the green, no it's not the longest ball, no it's not the softest...but give it a try if you are trying to break 100 and see how it helps!

Customer Service

n/a

Similar Products Used:

you name it, nothing better at $075c a ball

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jun 28, 2003]
Dan
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Pinnacle Power Core Soft Feel

Won a sleeve of these balls as a door prize at a golf tournament. Decided to give them a try. Great distance off the tee and with my irons. I backed a nine iron up about five feet from 130 yards, and I don't usually do that. Very good feel off of the putter. I have played Strata for the past year, but I think I am going to switch to this ball.

Customer Service

Awesome as always. If you visit Albuquerque, Golf Mart is the place to go for golf equipment.

Similar Products Used:

Strata, Titleist, Precept.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Feb 23, 2003]
Mike B
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Soft Feel

this ball didn't have that "soft feel" I was looking for. was putting this on the practice green, along with a Precept Lady, Top Flite Tour, and Hogan Apex Tour. the Lady, TF Tour, and Hogan ball all felt fairly similar to me. the Pinnacle felt much different -- harder -- which I didn't care for.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
4
[Jun 24, 2002]
Club Steeler
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Pinnacle Power Core Soft Feel

Not nearly as soft feeling as I thought. In fact the cover is actually firmer than the Gold Distance, but the core has less compression. It is a decent ball for the price. It is long, and is a good option for a distance ball with a little bit of feel around the greens. However, it does not really seem to fit in the same category as low compression balls such as the Dunlop Loco or Precept Laddie. It's more of a distance ball. Reminds me of the old Titleist HP2s. I don't notice much spin either, which may or may not be good for your game. I do not notice a big differance in performance between the OSft Feel and the Gold Distance. Both are much better than the Power Core Straight Distance, which has one of the highest compression cores made and feels like a rock.

Similar Products Used:

Pinnacle Gold Distance

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
4
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