Wilson Staff DNA Balls

Wilson Staff DNA Balls 


  • Ball compression: 72
  • 2-layer construction
  • Soft Polybutadiene core
  • Soft Ionomer cover
  • Dimples: New Aerodynamic 400 Dimple Pattern
  • Core Compression: 58


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[Oct 09, 2004]
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Wilson Staff DNA

This is not a bad ball under the right conditions. However, this is not a distance ball. I've managed to hit this ball high and far with great control and accuracy with every club EXCEPT the driver. Off the tee it is about 20-30 yards shorter than most good two piece balls like the Wilson True Velocity or even and XL 3000. This is a great ball for tight courses and holes or for dry days when the greens are tough to stick. I can see why it is a popular ball in Europe. The ball flight is high and the landing are soft, so it pretty much stays where it lands. Wonderful feel and control around the greens. I will also say it is one of the best putting balls I have ever used. All in all a good ball if you are not looking for something with which to hit long bombs. I got a good deal at Dick's online for $14.99, but anything more is not a good value.

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Similar Products Used:

XL3000, Nike Mojo

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