Wilson Eco Core Balls

Wilson Eco Core Balls 


The Eco Core is made of recycled automobile tires for its core, with a regular polymer cover. It does not come in sleeves, but is packaged in recycled cardboard in a "pizza box." Wilson claims the whole process uses 40% less materials and energy.

The ball is a two-piece distance ball. It is not a bad performer in terms of spin, trajectory, and distance, but the similarly-priced Wilson Profile and Wilson True balls perform better. Distance seems to be the drag on the Eco Core.

Unless you just have to be "environmentally savvy", the aforementioned substitute choices are better budget-priced golf balls. Both of them rate right up there with the best of the Titleist, Callaway, Srixon, Bridgestone, and Nike similar models.


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[Sep 22, 2010]
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Wilson EcoCore

The ball is very inexpensive, since the core is made from recycled automobile tires, and the packaging is all re-cycled, unbleached paperboard. The ball's performance is about 99% of the better two-piece balls. It is not as white, not as long as the best two-piece balls, but spins OK and holds its trajectory and azimuth (does not overly hook nor slice) well. It is tough, but the feel is OK. I bought a dozen at an introductory price, and was well-satisfied with the performance vs price.

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Similar Products Used:

Wilson Profile, Pinnacle, TopFlite, Warbird, Mojo, Noodle, Titleist SoLo and NXT, dozens of 2-piece balls marketed by Nike, Srixon, TaylorMade, Bridgestone

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