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Wilson Staff Fifty Elite Golf Balls, Pack of 12
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- Performance Balance - The aggressive core is offset by a response cover creating a balance between explosive distance and a soft feel
- Improved rubber chemistry yields a lively core that's 22% softer than the competition
- New 302 PhD aerodynamics feature unique flat bottomed, shallow dimples that rip through the air to create a more stable, penetrating ball flight
- New plastic slidepack implementation for durability
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Fifty Elite launched an entirely new performance expectation into the 2 piece distance ball category. As the original and only 50 compression golf ball, fifty offered unmatched feel in a ball that is as long as any on the market. Today Fifty is hands down the best value in premium balls, offering performance similar to balls twice the price.
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How it works is that if you have an average to low swing speed, due to the compression this ball will fly farther than most. But conversely, if you have a very fast (pro type) swing speed, the ball will fly a little less than the balls pros prefer. What's also great about this ball is that it's cheap, roughly $1/ball. So if you aren't very good and lose a lot of balls in a round, it hurts less financially when you lose one. Plus the ball is available in orange, my preferred ball color. Orange balls are much easier to see in the sky on an overcast day than a white ball. And since very few people play orange balls, you are less likely to confuse your ball on the ground with someone else's ball.
This ball should really be rated a full 5 stars by everyone who chooses to play it. If you are a near-pro golfer, you already know that you want a ball with less compression and more spin, to match your fast swing speed and ability to "work" (deliberately curve) the ball. But if you are anything less than a great golfer, buy this ball. Most of the negative customer reviews here are ridiculous. Check out the current one star reviews. One says the balls feel like rocks, another says they feel like marshmallows - obviously these are in between those two extremes. Then some say that the wrong product was sent or they got the wrong color from their seller. That is not a review of THIS product, and is no reason for one star. And there are some 3 star ratings that claim the ball "wears out" after a full round (18 holes) or two. Look, if you can play an entire round without losing a ball, retire that ball. Considering the costs of playing golf, why be cheap and play a $1 ball for more than one round? Serious tennis players do not keep playing the same balls match after match, and there's no reason anyone should play a $1 golf ball for more than one round. Frankly I'd love to finish a round with the same ball from the first tee, something I've never done.
Tried one ball for 2 rounds. Hardly any wear on them after those 2 rounds. Drives are about the same distance - 225 yds (I'm 73 yo),
however I noticed the irons and hybrids seemed to go 1 club length further so I had to adjust there.
But the real difference is in putting and chipping. Much nicer "soft feel" and control. Based on those 2 18 hole rounds, I ordered another 5 boxes to make sure I have a supply in case Wilson ever discontinues them. That should last me a l-o-n-g time as I use a ball until it "disappears". An added bonus is these are priced at $1/ball, yet these are NOT "cheap" junk balls.
I used to use yellow colored balls but liked the orange since too many of my golfer friends are starting to use yellow. Orange is very easy to spot in fairway and/or off fairway and the orange let's me know which ball is mine.