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Intech Beta Ti Golf Balls (36 Pack)

by Intech
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List Price: $36.00
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  • 36-pack of high-performance golf balls
  • Surlyn covers with 432 dimple technology
  • Large fluid metal core for explosive results
  • 2-piece, thin cover construction
  • No logo on balls; 1-year warranty
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Enjoy tour performance every time you step on the course with the Intech Beta Ti golf balls. This 36-pack of Beta Ti balls offers such features as a Surlyn cover, 432 dimple technology, and a two-piece construction. The star of the show, however, is the large fluid metal core, which yields explosive results with every swing. The pack carries a one-year warranty.

Product Description

Enjoy tour performance every time you step on the course with the Intech Beta Ti golf balls. This 36-pack of Beta Ti balls offers such features as a Surlyn cover, 432 dimple technology and a two-piece construction. The star of the show, however, is the large fluid metal core, which yields explosive results with every swing. The pack carries a one-year warranty.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 6 x 5 inches ; 4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000A0A3ZM
  • Item model number: I61670
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (150 customer reviews)
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No pressure of losing a ball.
Albert Arroyo
I CAN say with confidence that you will not regret buying these!
Ohio Rick
Ball get pretty good distance and is great in the green.
Naser Lodhi

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71 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Frank R. on October 13, 2009
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A friend gave me a sleeve of these balls a week ago and I liked them so much I just placed an order for them on Amazon. Some facts about golf balls that I learned from a friend of over 20 years who has worked for the largest golf ball manufacturer and just retired from that company last year. Years ago I used to buy X out balls to save money, and like you I thought they were blems thus the cheaper price. What my friend told me was that x outs were absolutely perfect balls, except that for that days run all golf balls would be marked as x outs. Why? Because the company knew there were golfers that would play $[...] a dozen, and those that would pay $[...] a dozen, they wanted both customers. Any ball that was not perfect was always destroyed, not sold as an x out. And who wouldn't want a premier ball at a lower price, but there were the guys who wanted the same ball but wanted the prestige of having the most expensive without the x. Like he said you will see pallets of x outs at a pro shops, if they really made that many mistakes they would be out of business.
While he would never tell me the true cost to make a ball he did tell me that the cost between the cheapest 2 piece vs their premier 3 or 4 piece ball was just a few pennies. The extra cost was due to each extra step in a mold to add the extra layer. Also ball manufacturers use the same materials, there is no proprietary materials, but that different formula mixes gave each ball different characteristics. He said that golf balls were like NASCAR because NASCAR set rules so that all cars are the same, very little variance, and the the USGA does the same for golf balls.
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46 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Rene Taveras on December 13, 2006
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I recently bought this pack and tried them right away. These responded great on the course, even on rough I still could get good lift AND spin. On the greens they're pretty firm. Though from the tee these don't have the same feel as Titleists PRO V1 or Callaways HX's. Because of their price, I guess it's a psychological thing knowing no matter how you hit the ball, if it is lost you don't lose that much. It's conforting to know that. I guess this helps hit the ball more confidently. I would definitely recommend these.
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Al on May 9, 2007
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I am not a good golfer, but these balls are very reasonably priced and seem to go the same distance as other balls. They are easy to spot on the fairway as my ball due to the red writing on them. Great value.

Also Consumer's Reports did an analysis and said that all golf balls go the same distance regardless of their price.
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86 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Edwin C. Pauzer VINE VOICE on September 21, 2007
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I love the noble game of golf even though I always thought I was more the polo type, but then, Old Flossie died and I had to pursue a new sport.

Although I am thoroughly bitten by the golf bug, I have yet to become that good at it, which means that I lose a lot of golf balls--a lot. (Just have to improve my grip, swing, long game, short game and putting).

With such a loss of balls...(?) With such a loss of golf balls, the important thing is that you get thirty-six. Even if one lands in the bushes, the pond, someone's bedroom window or barbeque, or you just get an extra bounce from the cart path, there's always more. And they are cheap.

I don't care if the core is made of bilium, if it has high compression, or will add distance or fade to my shots. All these things will happen by accident, and when I least expect it.

These would be better if they were luminescent yellow, the mark of a true amateur. (They're even easier to find).

I can guarantee that these golf balls will not:

o make you able to play with one ball for the whole game

o prevent Mulligans

o prevent you from taking more than one club out of your bag

o prevent it from being your turn consecutively

o bring your game below 100.

This is a smart buy for scratch golfers or high handicappers--very high.

FORE! FIVE! SIX!
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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Delta Don on July 24, 2007
I found an Intech Beta Ti golf ball during a round I was playing a couple of years ago and decided to try it off the next tee. It was my longest drive of the day and I've been playing this ball ever since. I have a 14 handicap but don't really notice any appreciable difference in the performance of this ball vs. the much more expensive "premium" balls like Titleist, Nike or Callaway. Try 'em, you'll like 'em.

Update February 2009: I'm still using this ball and continue to believe it's the best bargain in golf. Yes, they are softer and less durable than other balls but at the price they can't be beat. I've used other balls including Titleist, Callaway and Nike and can't really see much difference in performance. I'm a 15-handicap golfer but I've let my low handicap buddies try this ball and they are amazed by its distance, accuracy and trajectory. Like I said 2 years ago, "Try 'em, you'll like 'em."
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ronald L. Compton on December 28, 2007
Great for golfers over the hill! I accually increased my distance by using a softer ball. That gives me the confidence to ease up my swing and improve my game. I highly recommend this ball for those who find they cannot hit the ball as far as they did earlier in their life.
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