Wilson Pro Staff Platinum Tour Accuracy Balls

Pro Staff Platinum Tour Accuracy

User Reviews (4)

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EDDIE   Shoots in the 90s [Jan 18, 2003]
Model Reviewed: Wilson Pro Staff Platinum Tour Accuracy

An astouding bargain for the character of the ball it is! This is the truest putting ball I have ever used. It is of average distance off the tee, but it is quite consistent, and when struck properly by a middle or short iron to the green, it will spin enough to leave a pitchmark extremely close to the ball. There is not a ball out there that can match its value or better its inherent characteristics. Someone at Wilson HAD to mislabel this ball; it performs better than their Pro Staff balls costing FIVE times as much!

Similar Products Used: Titleist Pro V1; Maxfli Noodle; Precept Extra Spin; Precept Laddie and Precept Lady
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5
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5
Skilbarton   Shoots in the 80s [Sep 16, 2002]
Model Reviewed: Wilson ProStaff Pure Accuracy

Wow, what a bargain. Considering that a dozen Pro V1's cost 50 bucks. I just bought 6 15 packs at Wal Mart for 50 Bucks! I am not a ball snob but playing found balls is a really inconsistent practice but I'll be damned if I'm going to pay 2 bucks or more for a golf ball. I think 2 piece balls are fine for me and I liked the high spin version of the Top Flite XL3000, but these are softer and fly just as far and are a third the price. Works for me!

Similar Products Used: All golf balls
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5
VALUE
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5
raymunn   Shoots in the 80s [Aug 23, 2002]
Model Reviewed: Wilson ProStaff Platinum Tour Accuracy

I found one of these balls at my home course and after playing it on a few holes, I was very impressed. Distance was very good with great feel off of every club. Feel at impact is medium - not too hard or too soft. Spin is moderate. Putting and chipping is true. I set out to buy dozen, and was expecting to pay $20-30, but was astonished to find a box of 15 at my local Wal-Mart for $10. Sure, there are better balls, but this is the best ball I've hit for the money. It out performs a lot of balls that cost 2-3 times as much.

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Similar Products Used: Maxfli A10, Pro V1*, Precept Tour Advantage, Strata Tour Professional, Titleist NXT Distance, Pinnacle Power Core Soft Feel, Nike Feel-Speed.
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5
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5
Greg Emerson   Shoots in the 90s [Jul 16, 2002]
Model Reviewed: Wilson Prostaff Platinum Tour Accuracy

Have played everything from PROV1, STRATA, CAllaway, TOP FLITES, etc. I have been caught in the control vs. distance trap all season. But I this Wilson Pro Staff Platinum"Tour Accuracy" does both. Previously I would have to choose a great "drive Ball" that played terrible into the greens. OR Choose a great"Iron Ball" that was not very consistent off of the tee box. But Wilson has made it happen for me with the Pro Staff Platinum "Tour Accuracy". My drives were not that extra 10-15yds longer that some distance ball give me but they were straighter than when I use balls known for iron-shot making characteristics. Then toward the greens nothis ball did not spin like a PROv1 or a STRATA-tour ultimate, or MAXFLI Revolution, but it spun enough to keep my Iron game on the mark w/higher than average greens hit. I am a typical 90 golfer that gets into the 80s when more greens are hit. This ball is playing more consistent off of the tee which is helping me in the fairways approaching the greens and to top it off the ball puts as good as any. On a "drop test" the ball sounds hard but hits much softer than it sounds. No more going to play and struggling with what type of ball to use "Driver ball or Iron Ball" These Pro Staffs are getting the job done

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5
VALUE
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5
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