Precept Lady IQ 180 Balls

Precept Lady IQ 180 Balls 


  • Developed for optimal performance at lower swing speeds
  • Generates greater distance with all clubs
  • Reduces excessive side spin for a straighter shot
  • 342 dimple design with Seamless Cover TechnologyTM


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[May 01, 2009]
Stud Maximus
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Precept 180 IQ

Before hot golfer Paula Creamer came out with her giant standout promoting this ball, I caught a box for under $10. I figured it's got seamless technology and is basically a two-piece bridgestone. A very nice ball for the price I got it for. I don't think I'd spend $19.99 a dozen for them though. I cranked one 270+ yards so it will fly. My swing speed is higher than recommended for this ball but don't let that scare you. Other than compressing too much, it's rock solid. The flight was pretty straight. I played a yellow version thinking I would see it better but forgot, dandelions in Ohio this time of year! Two things I'm looking for in a ball as I'm getting better is stop and drop and a softer cover for putting. This ball has neither. I couldn't get it to stop on the green very well. It also has a very chirpy, slippery cover that also feels hard off my putter face. For $10 it was decent, but for the standard $19.99 they want now, I think there are better choices. It's the same old story, if you want distance, spin, and soft, you're going to pay more money for a good three piece ball.

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