Three years ago, Dean Snell knocked the golf ball world on its keister by starting his own Direct-To-Consumer golf ball company. What made Snell Golf different, was Dean himself, and his considerable street cred in golf ball design.

Snell blasted a home run his first time up with the My Tour Ball. Tapping into knowledge gained from years with Titleist and TaylorMade, Snell designed the original MTB for Tour-level performance at a cut-out-the-middle-man price.

And man, did it perform. But the golf world being the golf world, it’s time for the next generation MTB.

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Testers Wanted

Snell is introducing two new Tour-level balls for spring: MTB RED and MTB BLACK – two balls for two different golfer types.

MTB BLACK shares DNA with the original MTB – it’s a 3-piece cast urethane ball with a softer core for a little less driver spin than the original, while keeping the same short-game performance.

MTB RED is a 4-piece, firmer feeling ball for players who want/need more spin on both long and short shots.

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For a closer look at which ball might fit your game best, click here.

Do the new MTB’s live up to the original? MyGolfSpy needs 10 of you (5 to test the BLACK, 5 to test the RED) to try these things out and tell us what you think.

How To Apply:

As you know, MyGolfSpy takes its product testing very seriously. All of our reader reviews are published in our Community Forum (click here to check them out). We expect a lot from our reviewers –you’ll be asked to write a thorough, detailed and honest review, and it’s a full two-month commitment on your part, with extensive on-course and practice green work as well as participation in the Community Form itself to answer questions and discuss product performance with other golfers.

To be considered as a tester you must be a registered member of the MyGolfSpy Community Forum, where you’ll find thousands of like-minded golfers from all over the world anxious to talk golf equipment.

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To apply to test and review the Snell MTB Red or MTB Black golf balls, here’s what you have to do:

We’ll be announcing the testers in the MyGolfSpy Forum next week, so check back there.

Good luck!