First impressions...MaxFli Softfli golf ball

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Scott Rushing
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First impressions...MaxFli Softfli golf ball

So Friday I played for about 6 holes with one the new ball MaxFLi released this year, the SoftFli.  A reasonably priced 2 piece ball, anywhere from 2 dozen for $25 to $20 / dozen, the ball is MaxFli's lowest compression ball...35!   Yes, that was not a type-o.  I hit this ball on the first tee and could hardly feel it it was so soft.  Distance-wise, it was OK.  Hard to say exactly  because we were playing in wetter conditions than normal but I'd say maybe it's 5-7 yards shorter, if that much, than my normal tour quality ball.  That's just based on where my good tee shots were compared to normal.   Didn't spin as much on good iron shots as a tour quality ball does.  Even on the soft greens I didn't get a ton of backup.  But all and all, with the winter coming, I will use that because it'll feel software in the cold temps.

 

 

Aimee
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softfli

definitely sounds like a good option for winter conditions

It's not how...it's how many

DON
With al l of the leaves on

With al l of the leaves on the course right now, it would be a great way to not lose a much more expensive tour ball.

Don

Putting is easy if you have the Right Putter.

DON
Testing for distance

I like to test golf balls for distance by hitting TWO balls off the tee when I do not have players behind me on the course to hold up. I usually will hit a Tour ball I normally play and then the new ball off the tee. I like to vary which ball I hit first so make things fair. My experiecen in doing this shows that for ME, I get the best distance with a Tour type ball compared to the so called Distance balls. Not sure why exaxtly, but the distance balls always come up about 10 yards shorter for me.

Don

Putting is easy if you have the Right Putter.