deals3 dozen golf balls for $9.99

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It's a shame that they are unbranded. I'll hit most brands, but absolutely hate Top Flight. If I knew that only a certin percentage was brand X, I'd buy them in a heartbeat and use the ones I don't like at the range.

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My BIL is visually impaired and an avid golfer. As you can imagine, he loses a LOT of golf balls. I always watch out for deals like this for his birthday, Christmas, or just because he's a nice guy.

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It's a great deal if you don't care much about the feel and spin of your golfball. I've become very picky and even if I play with a different type, I keep that brand/model the entire round to keep that part of my game consistent so I can reliably adjust to conditions. This doesn't even say if they are all the saemm type of ball. I imagine these will be generic rocks like chep range balls.

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Last time I got a random selection of personalized golf balls, I ended up with a couple that were personalized for Penthouse.

I never did use those, I would only just wonder what kind of amazing golfing event Penthouse must have had.

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In my opinion, either you want the same high quality consistent ball.... or you're willing to use the randomness grab bag and save a chunk of change. There's no reason to be in between. I see recycled golf balls on my craigslist CONSTANTLY around $15 for 100 balls. Every so often, I see them $10 for 100 balls. I recently went and bought 300 from someone for $30, and he actually gave me closer to ~400. A mix everything including Nike's, Bridgestone's, Titleist, Callaway, etc etc etc. Let's face it. If you're willing to use a 2nd rate random ball, then using one that's been hit a few times doesn't make a difference to you either. If you want good balls, then you should be buying them new, where each one will be an identical, consistent, 1st run quality ball.

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I'm buying these just to donate to our troops over seas.

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Don't hide behind your downvote. It was only my opinion. If yours differs, then let's hear it.

Simply saying good golfers want a ball that will be consistent and react in a predictable manner. If you're not a solid golfer, then you shouldn't care if the ball had been used a little. Simply because the ball has been hit a few times before isn't the reason you sliced your drive off into the trees...

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I've lost more balls than a roomful of eunuchs.
Great deal for me.

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Oh, man. My balls just arrived and I ended up with 3 dozen balls that say "Bridesmaid" and have a picture of a bride.