Testers Wanted: Maxfli Tour Golf ball with MAX ALIGN Technology
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Testers Wanted: Maxfli Tour Golf ball with MAX ALIGN Technology

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Testers Wanted: Maxfli Tour Golf ball with MAX ALIGN Technology

Maxfli Tour Golf Ball Member Testing

We are once again offering the Maxfli Tour series golf balls for member testing. However, this time around, there is a slight twist: Maxfli has added a new feature to this series.

First, let’s recap the Maxfli Tour X golf ball and its standout performance in the 2023 MyGolfSpy Ball Test.

Both the Maxfli Tour and Maxfli Tour X performed really well in testing. But the Maxfli Tour X was recognized for producing a higher ball flight for high-speed golfers while also cracking the top-10 fastest balls for all speed categories and topping the low swing speed driver chart.

Maxfli also earned best direct-to-consumer ball and best DTC brand quality in our recent Golf Ball Quality Awards of 2023.

Despite that high praise and results, the MyGolfSpy Ball Lab results came back varied, with previous versions performing better. The Maxfli Tour series scored 89, 82 and 73 out of 100.

With that out of the way, let’s dive into the new golf ball!

What’s Changed?

At the core, the Maxfli Tour and Tour X remain the same, with the Tour being a three-piece ball and Tour X being a four-piece ball. However, Maxfli has added the following models with some significant claims.

Straight from Maxfli: “Center of Gravity Balanced with MAX ALIGN Technology, a patented balancing process combined with new MAX ALIGN alignment aid improves consistency and accuracy with a dynamic visual roll.

Consistent Performance, Hole After Hole: Experience consistent performance on the course with MAX ALIGN, designed to help you line up your shots perfectly.

Aim with Confidence: Gain the confidence to hit your shots with precision and accuracy, thanks to MAX ALIGN.”

What is being tested?

We are looking for 10 golfers to test, review and keep two dozen golf balls. Five selected golfers will test either the Maxfli Tour or the Maxfli Tour X with MAX ALIGN Technology.

Want to be one of our testers and put their claims to the test?

SIGN UP HERE!

*Registration closes Feb. 21.

*Testers announced on the Forum Feb. 27.

*This test is open to registered MyGolfSpy Forum Members in the U.S. only.

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      Les

      2 months ago

      Hopefully these markings are an option? We will still be able to get Maxfli balls without the Max Aline markings on the balls? That large of a mark on my ball would mess with my mind. I don’t even like it when there is a line drawn all the way around a ball.

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      Robert Wolfe

      2 months ago

      I would love to be a tester.

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      John Carter

      2 months ago

      I switched to Maxfli a few years back. It definitely seems like the balls play better for me.

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      Brian Parsons

      2 months ago

      I am very interested in this test. I play the current ProV1x and am happy with the performance. I am a long time Titleist man, but I am over paying $55 for a dozen golf balls. I have tried the Vice Pro Plus and Snell MTB with varying results. Always went back to Titleist. I used to play the Maxfli HT100 back in the day until a factory fire devastated the supply for a number of years. I am excited that Maxfli is again making a tour level ball and hopefully will get a chance to test this new one. I mark my ball with lines so the alignment marking is of interest to me.

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      Brody Sexson

      2 months ago

      I am a high school golfer who has played Maxfli for the past two years and would love to be a tester on these new balls

      Reply

      KevinRodine

      2 months ago

      Willing to test

      Reply

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