Win a Year’s Supply of the Snell ‘My Tour Ball’
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Win a Year’s Supply of the Snell ‘My Tour Ball’

Win a Year’s Supply of the Snell ‘My Tour Ball’

You’ve read the reviews. We’ve introduced you to the man behind the brand. Now we’re giving you a chance to win the ball at the heart of the direct-to-consumer movement.

Three lucky MyGolfSpy readers will be selected to win a Snell Golf ball prize package.

The Prizes – Winners Announced

First Prize – One Year Supply* of Snell My Tour Ball
Congratulations Gene Diamond

Second Prize – 3 Dozen Snell My Tour Ball
Congratulations Damon Dixon

Third Prize – 3 Dozen Snell Get Sum Ball
Congratulations Dan York
*One Year Supply defined as 12 dozen

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  • Leave a comment telling us what is the most important thing you look for in a golf ball.
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Rules

  • Contest Ends 7/8/2015
  • Winners will be selected at random from new page Likes
  • Open to everyone Worldwide
  • As always, VOID WHERE PROHIBITED

You must like the Snell Golf Page on Facebook to be eligible.

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      Dodd Hook

      9 years ago

      Snell is the best ball out there. Cheapest, longest , most playable ball there is. Half the price and kicks their ass, what else do you want?

      Reply

      Dodd Hook

      9 years ago

      Snell makes the best ball for the cheapest price period. It goes the farthest, plays what you are playing, hook etc. Bar none best ball out there for average price. Thanks Snell!

      Reply

      edouard

      9 years ago

      I do like a soft feel. From the tee to around the green.

      Reply

      edouard

      9 years ago

      The feel is the most important to me.

      Reply

      Zimmer

      9 years ago

      The most important thing i look for in a golf ball is the price, then i look for the best that I can get within that price.

      Lastly I hope that the ball will bite the green as I envisioned. If it doesnt, I hope it rolls true to help me make my putt.

      Reply

      Jeremy Thee

      9 years ago

      The most important for me in a ball is Distance control.

      Reply

      Bailey piper

      9 years ago

      Defiantly always want a great feel from 150 yards in distance is a key factor but is not necessary as you will find with the vast majority of big brand golf balls eg. Titleist, Nike ect

      Reply

      Christian Hafer

      9 years ago

      Low spin off the tee and feel on the greens. Also one that smells like a chipotle burrito but they haven’t come out with that… YET.

      Reply

      John M

      9 years ago

      Distance Control

      Reply

      Denli Struwig

      9 years ago

      I like a golf ball that goes forward after I’ve hit it…..

      Reply

      Michael Montisano

      9 years ago

      Greenside spin!

      Reply

      Doug

      9 years ago

      I look for low side spin off the tee and smooth feel off the putter

      Reply

      Larry Chapel

      9 years ago

      I am a 120+ handicapper. I really could care less about the ball, but I do know that the right ball will help me out a little. The ball I would like to play would be yellow (makes it easier to find when I miss the fairway), and doesn’t feel like I am hitting a rock. Nothing to soft, but just the right feel.

      Reply

      Phil

      9 years ago

      I want a ball that is “my ball”. A ball that instills a little more confidence when I stand over it because that ball and I have been through all types of experiences. I look for a ball that spins on command around the greens and gives me a few more rotations on the fairway so I’m hitting last into the green. I look for a ball that doesn’t significantly eat into my green fees and plays even better than the those that do. I like having a ball that provokes pride when others ask what ball I’m playing. At the end of the day, I enjoy playing a ball that enjoys hitting greens and fairways and most of all dropping in the cup.

      Reply

      Johnny Barrow

      9 years ago

      I look for a solid feel off the tee, crisp feel with my irons and how responsive it is around from 100 yards and in.

      Reply

      Bobby B.

      9 years ago

      I look for distance and control around the greens. Biting on the green is a must.

      Reply

      Jonathan P

      9 years ago

      I’m always looking for a golfball that has good touch around the greens, but does not balloon up into the atmosphere. I want a ball that will perform in every facet of the game.

      Reply

      Mark S

      9 years ago

      I look for a ball that is capable of doing it all. Respectable distance, great feel, spin around the greens, and soft off the facenter of the putter. Is that too much to ask?

      Reply

      Eddie Sidenstricker

      9 years ago

      I look for consistency and feel off the putter and my wedges.

      Reply

      Iona

      9 years ago

      Controllable trajectory, good ‘feel’ and high wedge spin

      Reply

      Jonathan

      9 years ago

      Softness

      Reply

      Dirty Dan

      9 years ago

      Gotta have some urethane cover action and stopping power for sure! Probably price second and feel 3rd!

      Reply

      Doug

      9 years ago

      Distance and soft feel

      Reply

      Deon Swart

      9 years ago

      What I like about a golfball, it should be round with dimples. Just kidding.
      Real likes 1. Soft, low spin and the right trajectory off the driver. 2 Again a soft feel and stopping power on the greens with short and mid irons. 3 Soft feel off the putter.

      Reply

      Jayson H.

      9 years ago

      I look for a ball that’s long of the tee but also with great feel around the greens

      Reply

      Michael Soukup

      9 years ago

      Top three things I look for in a golf ball:

      1. How it sounds bouncing back off the baseboards on my living room wall
      2. Resistance to teething (9 month old)
      3. Spin from 90 yards and in

      The Snell MTB scores exceedingly high on all three of these criteria.

      Reply

      Edmund Cruz

      9 years ago

      I look for distance off the tee and great feel on the greens.

      Reply

      Todd E.

      9 years ago

      I look for the ability and willingness of a ball that will obey my verbal instructions while in flight or rolling on the fairway or green.

      Reply

      Nerazurri

      9 years ago

      The most important thing for me is the confidence a ball gives me :)

      Reply

      Marty Neighbour

      9 years ago

      The most important thing for me is feel. All the top balls will be similar in performance, due to the restrictions put in place. But feel is different amongst them.

      Reply

      Geno V.

      9 years ago

      I look for a ball that enables me to score.

      Reply

      Scott H.

      9 years ago

      I look for whichever ball I find on the course I’m playing is clean and scuff free.

      Reply

      Pat R.

      9 years ago

      I look for consistent performance and durability throughout the round. I’m more interested in a quality “all-around” ball vs. one that claims superior distance or feel.

      Reply

      Scott S.

      9 years ago

      Has to have a soft feel for touch on and around the greens!

      Reply

      Dave S.

      9 years ago

      The most important things I look for in a golf ball are feel around the greens and performance in the wind.

      Reply

      Jeremy S

      9 years ago

      Feel around the greens is the most important attribute for me in a golf ball.

      Reply

      Ed Quiles

      9 years ago

      I look for 3 things in a golf ball,

      distance, feel and durability

      Reply

      Lee L

      9 years ago

      Low driver spin, soft off the putter face with a muted “click”.

      Reply

      Brandon

      9 years ago

      Feel.

      Reply

      DKings

      9 years ago

      Long and straight off the tee, soft around the greens.

      Reply

      P. Evans

      9 years ago

      spin off the driver and around the greens are my most important factors to me in a golf ball

      Reply

      Matt T

      9 years ago

      Holding greens and solid roll off the putter.

      Reply

      Gradius

      9 years ago

      Low spin off driver. Drop and stop spin on greens – soft feel added bonues

      Reply

      Mathieu M

      9 years ago

      I like a golf ball that has a soft feel to it, this leads to my second point of durability. The ball can’t be so soft that it gets chewed up every few holes, I’m a big fan of a ball if I can go an entire round with not having to worry about nicks and scuffs. And last is consistent roll while putting.

      Reply

      Jason Korfhage

      9 years ago

      Reduced spin off the tee, feel in the short game.

      Reply

      Alex S

      9 years ago

      Feel and consistency around the greens

      Reply

      Isaac Scott

      9 years ago

      The ball has to go straight. The majority of the time I do not want anything more than 5 yards of curve. If a ball can help me keep it down the middle. I’m a fan.

      Reply

      John

      9 years ago

      Reasonable price, distance, durability and control

      Reply

      Tim

      9 years ago

      Distance with the driver and soft on the putter…

      Reply

      DL

      9 years ago

      Combination… soft off the putter, long off the tee, touch around the green, consistent distances, durability

      Reply

      Tom M

      9 years ago

      I look for green side control with my golf ball. 75 yards and in.

      Reply

      Wayne Starr

      9 years ago

      I’m looking for a spin around the greens, a soft feel and accuracy. Having just shot 6 under my handicap on the weekend you’d think I’d be happy with my ball but if Snell can help to continue to push my handicap down even further then I’d love to give them a hit. Cheers

      Reply

      Gilbert Schumpert

      9 years ago

      I want a distance ball that is not hard and feels soft off the driver.

      Reply

      Jayn Russell

      9 years ago

      I want my ball to be durable and to have some spin also.

      Reply

      Jayn Russell

      9 years ago

      I like for my ball to be durable and that will spin also.

      Reply

      Jayn Russell

      9 years ago

      I like for a ball to be durable and that spins enough to stop on the green.

      Reply

      Nelson Estell

      9 years ago

      I look for more spin in the summer and more carry in the winter.

      Reply

      Tommy K

      9 years ago

      I like a ball that is consistent, feels soft and doesn’t punish me if I miss hit it.

      Reply

      Wee Sern

      9 years ago

      I like the balls to be soft, gives reasonable amount of spin and durable.

      would be better if the ball is attracted to the hole… :-)

      Reply

      Travis Goodspeed

      9 years ago

      I look for a golf ball that is water repellent, is kind to the squirrels and trees, and prefers darkness over the light of day. When my ball goes soaring over the water, I expect it to skip along gracefully back onto the green stuff. When it goes offline into the woods, I expect it’s due-diligence with mother nature to pay off, allowing favorable 90* ricochets back into play. People call these “member’s bounces,” HA! I know better than that… But honestly, above all else, what I expect the most is for my ball to just go into the hole. I don’t care where I hit it, how I hit it, whether my divot goes farther than the ball. I just expect my ball to go into the hole. Is it really so much to ask to take a score of 18 for a round of golf?

      Reply

      John Marsh

      9 years ago

      I look for a golf ball with a soft feel that will find the bottom of the cup

      Reply

      Mark

      9 years ago

      I look for my golf balls to be for sale in the UK

      Reply

      Kevin DeMeza

      9 years ago

      I look for durability in a golf ball as well as soft feel around the green without sacrificing distance off the tee. Hitting them long and straight is great, but getting a ball to check up on the green instead of rolling off the back edge is better.

      Reply

      Jacob Babbidge

      9 years ago

      Feel, distance and spin are what I look for especially in my driver and wedge.

      Reply

      Jacob Babbidge

      9 years ago

      Feel and distance are key

      Reply

      Daeho Hong

      9 years ago

      Driver distance + Feel and spin of wedge shots. I just look for cast urethane cover balls like My Tour Ball!

      Reply

      Alex Shattuck

      9 years ago

      I look for a ball that feels soft and reacts as predicted. Durability is also a key factor in my ball choice.

      Reply

      L Yu

      9 years ago

      Stopping the ball quickly on the green. Feel when hitting irons.

      Reply

      Glenn H.

      9 years ago

      These Balls are the “Real Deal” for those looking for performance at a reasonable price. I purchased a box after solid reviews and Golf Spy’s endorsement and I have been very impressed. I have played many brands, but, these balls will be staying in my bag going forward. Thanks, Dean!

      Reply

      Tom Wethekam

      9 years ago

      I like a golf ball with soft feel and lots of spin around the green

      Reply

      Cal S

      9 years ago

      The thing I look for the most is spin around the greens.

      Reply

      Jeff

      9 years ago

      Long and straight, with a firmer feel off the putter, and controllable around the green. Lot to ask, and this ball delivers!

      Reply

      Jim S.

      9 years ago

      Feel – driver, approach, short game, and putting.

      Reply

      aldo

      9 years ago

      Soft and Long!!!

      Reply

      Ken

      9 years ago

      Long and straight!

      Reply

      Chris Backhouse

      9 years ago

      I look for a ball to have a good feel, in my terms that’s not too hard or too soft. It has to produce consistent distance with each club, come off the putter well, be durable and offer good value for money.

      Reply

      Gary M.

      9 years ago

      Distance, Consistency,feel, and contro around the greens — am I asking for too much?

      Reply

      Phil

      9 years ago

      Feel on the club face and durability.

      Reply

      Chris Harman

      9 years ago

      Spin control throughout the bag.

      Reply

      Alan Larson

      9 years ago

      Most important is feel from 100 yds in. I suppose spin is part of that, but the ability to be consistent on pitches, chips and bunker shots is paramount. Even if the spin rate is not fantastic, if I know that, I can compensate, as long as the ball is consistent.

      Reply

      FTWPhil

      9 years ago

      Feel off of the putter.

      Reply

      Brian

      9 years ago

      Easy question… PRICE! Lose to many golf balls to spend lots o’ money on them.

      Reply

      Alex Hampson

      9 years ago

      Durability is a must as well as greenside spin for those tight chips and bunker shots!

      Reply

      Adam Dolson

      9 years ago

      Spin control on tee shots (left/right) and around the green (stop/release). Also durability.

      Reply

      PBH

      9 years ago

      Consistent feel and spin

      Reply

      Rocky

      9 years ago

      A cover that last and a ball I can feel off the shorter clubs.

      Reply

      Chase VanCappellen

      9 years ago

      I look for distance and control in a good golf ball!

      Reply

      Keylan

      9 years ago

      I love hitting the long ball so it needs to have pop off the face to get that ball speed up but it can’t compromise the spin around the green l need a ball that will bite the green.

      Reply

      Ron Hill

      9 years ago

      Distance off the tee.

      Reply

      Chris C

      9 years ago

      Soft Feel and green side spin

      Reply

      Don B

      9 years ago

      Control around the green

      Reply

      Jack Sher

      9 years ago

      Being a lover of the “short game”, consistent spin, is tops, for me.

      Reply

      Bill Gabbert

      9 years ago

      I like to have a soft feel to the golf ball. Distance off the tee and the ability to hold greens on approach shots.

      Reply

      Torre Patrick

      9 years ago

      The ability to stop on a partial wedge shot.

      Reply

      Bradd F.

      9 years ago

      Distance off the tee, spin and softness around the greens and that they roll straight.

      Reply

      tom whitehead

      9 years ago

      a soft feel on irons is most important for me…tom

      Reply

      Luigi Pitis

      9 years ago

      I consider important duravillity and design!

      Reply

      Jimberly

      9 years ago

      Consistently predictable is what I want from my golf ball.

      Reply

      Ray Porter

      9 years ago

      I am very pleased that I took a chance after reading about the ball on Golf Spy, It’s definately the real deal!

      Reply

      James

      9 years ago

      My endless pursuit to look for a ball that offers the best balanced blend of distance and green perfornance.

      Reply

      rick wurth

      9 years ago

      consistency with every shot

      Reply

      rod macdonald

      9 years ago

      Soft around the greens so the ball stomps down, and stays down

      Reply

      Bill Ledbetter

      9 years ago

      Softer, better feel

      Reply

      Jason Harrison

      9 years ago

      I prefer a ball with low spin rates for driving, but with good ‘feel’ around the greens.

      Reply

      Ricky S

      9 years ago

      I want a ball that is long off the tee and consistent around the greens.

      Reply

      Russ B

      9 years ago

      Soft and spin on the green

      Reply

      Mike S

      9 years ago

      I want a ball that performs well tee to green at a reasonable value. Control is a must.

      Reply

      Vincent Tan

      9 years ago

      Definitely a soft feel ball that not only give extra distance but more importantly, a truer straighter flight. Approach to green must be soft landing with minimum roll, backspin would be a bonus.

      Reply

      Tom Hester

      9 years ago

      I like using a softer ball with more spin

      Reply

      Steve Thomlinson

      9 years ago

      Distance, reliable performance and good feel around the green are the key determinants of a good ball in my opinion.

      Reply

      Brent

      9 years ago

      Feel is king

      Reply

      joe

      9 years ago

      Price and feel….living on a budget!

      Reply

      Mark Dvorchak

      9 years ago

      green grabber

      Reply

      Matt Wiseley

      9 years ago

      Spin- low driver, good short game

      Reply

      Thomas Spielbusch

      9 years ago

      When I’m BROKE, it’s any ball that I can find. Otherwise, I look for a softer ball with better feel.

      Reply

      Mike Sullivan

      9 years ago

      Feel price are durabilty are what I look for in golf balls.

      Reply

      Kym Davies

      9 years ago

      Predictability is the most important thing for me in a golf ball. I need to know that my good shots will be rewarded with a ball that has consistent flight, length and spin.

      Reply

      Mike Chaney

      9 years ago

      When you want to know the most important thing, I would take that to be the one most important thing. Playability around the green.

      Reply

      Thomas Vanover

      9 years ago

      Performance off the driver and irons and feel.

      Reply

      Jon William

      9 years ago

      Two things I look for in a ball, first is price and just as if not more important is the feel off the club

      Reply

      billy malooly

      9 years ago

      how they feel and hold up, and these are amazing!

      Reply

      Randy Kitts

      9 years ago

      Versatility,Long off the tee,soft feel off the irons & soft touch around the green

      Reply

      Kris

      9 years ago

      Feel off the club face and control around the greens especially as I am a blind golfer

      Reply

      Dthomcat

      9 years ago

      Feel off putter. Distance off driver

      Reply

      Ryan Jeffery

      9 years ago

      Im looking for a ball thatboffers versatility around the green and can still perform in windy conditions.

      Reply

      tim

      9 years ago

      feel

      Reply

      Wayne F

      9 years ago

      It all starts with performance around the green which is how you should evaluate a ball. Let’s face it, most top balls will perform the same off the driver.

      Reply

      Jan Kowalewski

      9 years ago

      For me, most important in a golf ball is short game control.

      Reply

      Gadiel Gonzalez

      9 years ago

      Low spin off the driver and long clubs, but good spin with the wedges . Also likes soft feel on iron shots.

      Reply

      R. C.

      9 years ago

      feel, price & proformance

      Reply

      carlos

      9 years ago

      Feel & distance

      Reply

      SJ

      9 years ago

      The ball must feel good leaving the club. It must react as expected approaching and around the green.

      Reply

      Golfer Burnz

      9 years ago

      Feel, durability, roundness, balance, graphics.

      Reply

      Brett A

      9 years ago

      I like a ball to retain its white throughout a round, despite what i might put it through!

      Reply

      John Schiavone

      9 years ago

      I look for a urethane cover for greenside spin.

      Reply

      Scott H

      9 years ago

      Soft feel around greens putts great,

      Reply

      Nathan

      9 years ago

      After reading the article on mygolfspy, and learning that Mr Dean Snell has designed or at the very least had his hand in designing ALL of my favourite golf balls going back to taylormade TP red.
      It is obvious that what I look for in a golf ball is in order
      1.who designed this ball, and
      2.spin around the greens
      3. Distance and minimal spin off the tee

      Reply

      Paul

      9 years ago

      The most important factor is the ability to hold a green. I hit a high lofted shot and I want the ball to hold the green.

      Reply

      Greg

      9 years ago

      I only use a ball for 18 holes and then it becomes a practice ball, so it’s got to have enough durability fir 18 holes, it’s got to work with my clubs to come off the face smooth and solid, it’s got to land and stop on the green and be able to spin back when played with spin and it’s got roll over and over into the centre of the cup.

      Reply

      Rob

      9 years ago

      The number one thing I look for in a golf ball is consistency, I like when the lift, roll etc are the same throughout a round even when a ball is lost.

      Reply

      ThinkingOfGolf

      9 years ago

      The number one thing I look for in a ball is consistent spin inside 100 yards. I want a nice penetrating iron shot with a nice hop and stop wedge.

      Reply

      Todd J

      9 years ago

      I’ve got to have a ball that feels good, with durability.

      Reply

      John K.

      9 years ago

      I look for soft feel while playing the short game, but also a ball that provides feedback off the face of my driver down through my bag! Thanks,

      Reply

      Robert Peed

      9 years ago

      I prefer a ball that performs well in distance and spin, but it has to feel right. I don’t like a mushy golf ball, or a Fred Flinstone golf ball.

      Reply

      Mike Stanley

      9 years ago

      I like a soft golf ball that travels a long way. The best ball I found so far is the Bridgestone B330 rd. I look forward to trying the Snell golf ball.

      Reply

      John Chalmers

      9 years ago

      I want distance, control and feel. It is very nice to have that feeling when I’m hitting Snell’s My Tour Ball. And at the same time I know I don’t have to hit the sweet spot to achieve that feeling.I really enjoy the ball and it’s performance. Everyone that i have let try My Tour Ball has ordered on line.

      Reply

      Aaron M

      9 years ago

      Soft feel

      Reply

      D tadeu

      9 years ago

      Distance, spin, soft feel

      Reply

      Jeff Mitchell

      9 years ago

      I prefer a ball that avoids water, sand and trees.

      Reply

      John Silvas

      9 years ago

      I like a ball that has a soft feel around the greens, but is still durable enough last a whole round.

      Reply

      Daniel Hinzman

      9 years ago

      Low spin soft feel

      Reply

      Richard

      9 years ago

      I like everything I have read about the Snell Golf Ball, hope to win and start hitting them!

      Reply

      David Lewis

      9 years ago

      Low spin from driverand control around greens.

      Reply

      Tom Ford

      9 years ago

      Currently playing Titleist Pro v1.

      This looks like a pretty awesome golf ball!!! Would love a years supply of it!!!

      Reply

      Andrew

      9 years ago

      Price point is excellent, specs sounds excellent, I would love to play this ball.

      I hit a sleeve the other day, and the performance was better than expected.

      Would love to play this ball on a regular basis.

      Reply

      Dan Smith

      9 years ago

      The ball that goes in the hole the easiest.

      Reply

      David oliver

      9 years ago

      Long off the driver with great control around the greens.

      Reply

      Zane

      9 years ago

      Always look for a ball that feels good in the short game and feels soft coming off the putter face.

      Reply

      Hans Wimmer

      9 years ago

      Low spin off the driver and soft feel around the greens.

      Reply

      Frank Schuhmann

      9 years ago

      I like a soft feeling and sure – long distance

      Reply

      Rev. Mike

      9 years ago

      A ball the is a consistent product sleeve to sleeve.

      Reply

      Rev. Mike

      9 years ago

      A ball that is a consistent product from one sleeve to the next.

      Reply

      Ashley Jones

      9 years ago

      Spin around the greens. Having a wedge shot back up a few feet but not crazy. I can’t really tell the difference between balls on long shots, mainly just short game.

      Reply

      Gary Gammon

      9 years ago

      Feel around the greens. Good short game spin, but controlled. Low spin with the longer shots is a plus and price/durability are too but it’s mainly the feel inside 130 yards or so.

      Reply

      Andrew

      9 years ago

      If it plays anything like the Bridgestone b330rx that I use at the moment, then I’ll start using them.
      Andrew

      Reply

      Cole V.

      9 years ago

      Soft feel and good spin and distance control.

      Reply

      Matt M

      9 years ago

      Great distance, wind resistance, low driver spin but high lower iron spin and a soft feel for all clubs in my arsenal.

      Reply

      Don

      9 years ago

      Price, forgiveness and soft feel.

      Reply

      Joe Perez

      9 years ago

      Soft feel on iron shots, but not a cover so soft that it produces too much spin with a driver. I’ve purchased 8 dozen My Tour balls (not because I’ve lost a lot of them ^_^ ) and this ball works for me as well as the B-330 RX.

      Reply

      Jon Puritz

      9 years ago

      I like a golf ball with consistent distance control and soft feel

      Reply

      mackdaddy

      9 years ago

      I look for low spin off the tee and soft feel with controlled spin from 135 yards to the hole. Durability is a key factor as well.

      Reply

      Graham Upshaw

      9 years ago

      I want my golf ball to be predictable. I want it to check if that’s the shot I’m playing or spin back if that’s the shot I’m playing. No surprises

      Reply

      Larry Horrie

      9 years ago

      I look for a golf ball that has a hard time getting lost.

      Reply

      Tom

      9 years ago

      consistency around the green. Knowing how the ball will react
      allows for good short game results.

      Reply

      ted

      9 years ago

      distance

      Reply

      Kurren

      9 years ago

      Low spin off everything except the short game!!

      Reply

      Shawn grinstead

      9 years ago

      OH Snell Yesssss!!!!!!!
      The only thing I care about in a ball is its ability to find the bottom of the cup!

      Reply

      Chris Oviatt

      9 years ago

      I look for good distance off the tee with little side spin as possible. But feel around the green.

      Reply

      Charles Bartholomew

      9 years ago

      Plain and simple, the most important thing I look for in a golf ball is feel.

      Reply

      P.J. Evans

      9 years ago

      Performance – now that’s a combination of things.
      Greenside spin is important, but minimized spin off the metal woods/hybrid/long irons.
      Distance – I don’t care how much a ball spins if I’m long 10+ yards on the driver, I won’t play it.
      Feel – off the irons or putter, it has to feel good. Hate the hard feeling from distance balls.

      I’m playing the Snell ‘My Tour Ball’ and it does all the things I want it to do, it’s a premium ball at $31.99 – support this ball/company and ensure they continue be available for us!

      Reply

      Thomas W.

      9 years ago

      I look for stopping power on my approach shots and short game control.

      Reply

      Jaxbeachpackerfan

      9 years ago

      A good distance reputation and excellent spin and feel for short irons and wedges.

      Reply

      Joey Schroeder

      9 years ago

      I look for consistency. I want to know how far my ball will go, and how much it will spin when struck well or poorly.

      Reply

      Randall W.

      9 years ago

      I’m looking for the best of both worlds, long off the tee and soft on the greens. Give me distance and feel without compromising integrity or quality.

      Reply

      WILLIAM WILLIAMS

      9 years ago

      I look for is predictable performance. this includes distance, trajectory, curvature, short game response, putting and overall feel and distance !!

      Reply

      David Orbach

      9 years ago

      To me, the most important thing is feel around the greens, with wedges and putting.

      Reply

      steve

      9 years ago

      Golf ball control inside 100 yards helps scoring

      Reply

      Matt

      9 years ago

      Need a ball that i can control the spin and My Tour Ball allows me to do that!

      Reply

      Jamie

      9 years ago

      For me, it is important that a ball feels soft off the club face, has low spin off the driver, and has good short game control with good spin on approach shots and shots around the green.

      Reply

      rod

      9 years ago

      I have tried the Snell balls and are just AWESOME. Importance to me:
      1. Performance
      2. Feel/Spin around greens
      3. Value…great ball & great price

      Reply

      John Barry

      9 years ago

      Price and spin, but prefer yellow!

      Reply

      Jeff

      9 years ago

      Love the distance and the feel of both the Tour Ball and the Getsum ball. The tour ball is my favorite although each time I’ve ordered, I’ve gotten a box of each.

      Reply

      chris m

      9 years ago

      The Snell MTB is awesome; truly is both long and soft and it wears very well. I recommend to all my playing partners.

      Reply

      Bob Trimble

      9 years ago

      YELLOW!! Enough said, but a great price, too!

      Reply

      Travis

      9 years ago

      I look at price…after that I want a performance ball that works well off the driver as well around the green. I have the MTB and they are great! I have let others use some and they are surprised as well! Great ball!

      Reply

      Bob

      9 years ago

      I want a soft feel off the club face and stopping power on the green.

      Reply

      Brett

      9 years ago

      Lately most important to me is that it’s yellow. But I’ll try any ball once or twice.

      Reply

      Tim Hickey

      9 years ago

      I need a ball with less spin off the driver and long clubs, but good spin with the wedges and some spin with the other irons. Not too hard, if we’re between hard and soft, I’d go towards the softer side.

      Reply

      Brian Morgan

      9 years ago

      Feel off the irons

      Reply

      Andrew

      9 years ago

      I used to think that distance was the most important factor for me in a golf ball but honestly now it has to be the performance around the greens. Short shots matter the most when it comes to scoring on a course. I’d rather get it in the hole faster than hit it twenty yards farther.

      Reply

      Jim Nalepa

      9 years ago

      A ball has to have a solid feel coming off the club face , a nice feel around the greens, and it must have a soft putting feel.

      Reply

      Cobra_Nut

      9 years ago

      I need a ball that will hold a line, will do well in the wind and keeps a nice soft feel 5o it but nut so soft as to feel mushy. Oh and one the has a built in laser to the hole would be nice.

      Reply

      KP

      9 years ago

      Like a soft feel with low driver spin and more spin around greens and distance off the tee.

      Reply

      Dave Rafus

      9 years ago

      Knowing that the ball will have a soft feel when putting but will not balloon on all other shots because of too much spin.

      Reply

      Mike V.

      9 years ago

      Low spin off the tee, good control around the green and most importantly durability.

      Reply

      JD

      9 years ago

      Distance off the tee, and spin/feel around the green are most important for me.

      Reply

      Clifford Romero

      9 years ago

      The ball has to have good spin!

      Reply

      Nick V

      9 years ago

      The Snell My Tour Ball is right in the middle of a Prov1 and Prov1x. Its just about perfect! It has great feel from 130yds in and is very long off the Tee, which is basically what every golfer looks for in a ball.

      Reply

      Brandon Foster

      9 years ago

      Distance off the tee and spin on the green. Consistent feel off of putter.

      Reply

      Marshall W.

      9 years ago

      I look for what probably most people look for, a balance of distance off the driver and feel/spin in the short game. (liked on FB!)

      Reply

      ASR

      9 years ago

      For me, it’s performance from 100 yards and in. With the introduction of soft feel goft balls of late, I do like the feel of a softer ball of the putter face as well. But the bottom line is consistent spin around the greens.

      Reply

      James Matranga

      9 years ago

      Good Distance and soft feel

      Reply

      Dan R.

      9 years ago

      The most important thing for me is that the ball feels good chipping and putting.

      Reply

      Brian Smith

      9 years ago

      Distance and accuracy off the tee with feel and spin on and around the green.

      Reply

      Scott Young

      9 years ago

      Feel is most important to me. When the feel of the ball is right, I have the confidence that I can make it do what I want it to do. I also prefer a softer, buttery feel to the golf balls I play.

      Reply

      Joshua Herrera

      9 years ago

      A golf ball has to preform from tee to green. The Snell golf ball does just that. Long off the tee and soft around the green!

      Reply

      JT

      9 years ago

      Feel and aesthetics. It’s gotta feel good and look good.

      Reply

      Brandon C

      9 years ago

      I never worry about distance. My clubs and my swing handle the that. I just want a soft ball that feels good with irons and wedges.

      Reply

      Pamela McCabe

      9 years ago

      I look for Predictability in distance, control, spin and feel

      Reply

      Fozcycle

      9 years ago

      I play a lot of golf balls. What I like is a ball that has a soft buttery feel when well stuck and a smooth feel when putting.

      Reply

      nick

      9 years ago

      spin control is a must and feel

      Reply

      Randall g

      9 years ago

      I look for a . ball that is long off the tee and irons, yet soft on the putter face

      Reply

      Mark b

      9 years ago

      I look for consistant distance and spin

      Reply

      Gordon Steen

      9 years ago

      I look for a ball that will give me spin control around the greens

      Reply

      Josh

      9 years ago

      I look for short game control and feel of the golf ball. Also doesn’t hurt if the ball is longer off the driver than others. All of which Snell provides!

      Reply

      Steve Trust

      9 years ago

      I love the feeling when a golf ball bites into the green

      Reply

      Susan Risinger

      9 years ago

      My perfect ball will have a soft feel off irons and the putter and have a consistent backspin when properly struck, also it should have controllable trajectory which can be changed by manipulating the club face.

      Reply

      alan bronstein

      9 years ago

      nice feel off the driver. i’m hitting more fairways. slowing better for me on the green.

      Reply

      Allen Doran

      9 years ago

      It’s all about the feel baby! Short game for optimal scoring.

      Reply

      Michael Capozzi

      9 years ago

      What I look for in a ball is softness (for iron shots and putting) while still maintaining good distance off the tee.

      Reply

      Pingnut

      9 years ago

      I look for green side spin in a ball.

      Reply

      Jeffrey Stone

      9 years ago

      Soft feel for enhanced putter performance.

      Reply

      Brock

      9 years ago

      Feel from 80 yards and in.

      Reply

      Marc D.

      9 years ago

      I need low spin off the driver….

      Reply

      Jim H

      9 years ago

      I love the feel of the My Tour Ball around the greens chipping…getting consistent results is very important. Also putting, my distance control is markedly better.

      Reply

      Julia Schulze

      9 years ago

      Length (low spin) off the tee, stability in the wind, stopping power around the green (high spin) and durability

      Reply

      Kenny B

      9 years ago

      I have been playing the Snell My Tour Ball for over a month now and love it. It’s better than the ProV1 off the tee, especially in the wind. It bores through the wind providing more carry bout still has great feel around the green. Love the stopping power from short approach shots. I can play this ball for several rounds and it still looks good; much better than the ProV1. AND, the price point is reasonable for a tour quality ball!!

      Reply

      KC Leonard

      9 years ago

      The most important performance. I want the ball to do What I expect it to do when I hit it a certain way. So far in my testing the My Tour Ball had done exactly that.

      Reply

      George Mervosh

      9 years ago

      I enjoy the softness around the greens and feel off the putter.

      Reply

      Mark clayton

      9 years ago

      I look for spin control PFF the tee and softness around the greens

      Reply

      Kevin Rea

      9 years ago

      I look for a ball that is outstanding from tee to green. A ball that has low spin off the tee, but higher spin when hitting shots into the green. I want a ball that can do everything I ask of it, so I guess the most important thing to me is the balls performance.

      Reply

      Myron Moyer

      9 years ago

      I like feel and durability with low spin off the driver.

      Reply

      Henry Flores

      9 years ago

      Soft feel and sound when coming off the face.

      Reply

      Graham Riley

      9 years ago

      Feel, less spin, more control – where do I sign up???

      Reply

      RoseS

      9 years ago

      feel off the tee is really important. And a soft touch on the greens.

      Reply

      Bill H

      9 years ago

      Distance, around the greens and how it comes off the putter….It’s all about “feel” and “feedback”.

      Reply

      Bill Ehrlich

      9 years ago

      Distance and control is what is all about!

      Reply

      steve rhinefrank

      9 years ago

      what i look for is predictable performance. this includes distance, trajectory, curvature, short game response, putting and overall feel.

      Reply

      Jimmy Rudig

      9 years ago

      Soft feel and spin around the greens is most important to me.

      Reply

      Gordon Steen

      9 years ago

      I look for spin and control

      Reply

      Lee Petersen

      9 years ago

      Driver: distance/control in wind/workability
      Irons/Hybrids/Woods: trajectory control, dependable distance/workability
      Wedges: dependable spin/distance
      Putter: feel/reliable distance control
      Durable ball, available in white, yellow and orange for changing seasons

      Reply

      Mark callison

      9 years ago

      I look for feedback and consistency

      Reply

      Ian Wood

      9 years ago

      The way my golf game is at the moment the only quality I look for in a ball is FINDABILITY!

      Reply

      Bryan Dombrowski

      9 years ago

      I look for consistency from shot to shot. I also value low spinning golf ball that still has soft feel around greens.

      Reply

      gus

      9 years ago

      i look for feel and durability in a golf ball.

      Reply

      Bob higginbotham

      9 years ago

      I like a golf ball that performs all around from the driver to the green,looking forward to trying this new advancement in golf ball technology.

      Reply

      Larry Jackson

      9 years ago

      Distance, feel and confidence in knowing that when I tee it up I’m teeing up quality

      Reply

      Don

      9 years ago

      Consistency. I need to know what the ball is going to do when I hit it.

      Reply

      Ric DeLand

      9 years ago

      Predictability, spin differential, feel, durability.

      Reply

      Tony Castillo

      9 years ago

      none here yet this part of Asia

      Reply

      Kevin S

      9 years ago

      I like good spin/bite on the green plus touch and feel around the green.

      Reply

      Daniel Oroz

      9 years ago

      Feel, not only off irons and wedges, but when putting too. Some of the newest low compression balls feel awful when putting

      Reply

      Bob Hincken

      9 years ago

      Finally a top flight golf ball at a very reasonable price!

      Thanks Mr Snell!!

      Reply

      John Elder

      9 years ago

      I like a ball with feel and distance.

      Reply

      JEFF 1

      9 years ago

      low spin off the driver and not good but great control on approach shots to green. also look for good feel off the putter

      Reply

      Wally

      9 years ago

      Two things define a good balls for me. The feel as it comes off the putter face and the type of feel and response I get from my short game/chips. Distance off the tee is all subjective to me, iron feel is basically the same with most premium/upgraded balls, the stuff close is what counts for me!

      Reply

      mondeau

      9 years ago

      Short game and putting feel. Added distance would be a bonus, but not at the cost of short game feel.

      Reply

      B.McG

      9 years ago

      Feel at impact and reliable spin around the greens!!!! Make it rain (with balls)

      Reply

      Mike

      9 years ago

      feel around the green and off the putter.

      Reply

      Mike

      9 years ago

      I look for a ball with feel on and around the greens.

      Reply

      Liam Toland

      9 years ago

      Soft feel on wedge shots and chips around the greens is most important to me along with value for money.

      Reply

      Lynne

      9 years ago

      I want reliable spin around the greens and low spin off the tee for decent distance. I’m a +1 but don’t have high clubhead speed. I rely on shots around the green to score well. The lower compression of the Snell tour ball seems to accomplish that, with a bonus of lower price.

      Reply

      Mike McFerron

      9 years ago

      Consistency!

      Reply

      John McNeil

      9 years ago

      Predictability, especially in the short game.

      Reply

      Tyler

      9 years ago

      A ball that gives me feel around the green, but doesn’t cut every time I hit a shot 150 yards in.

      Reply

      TonyJ

      9 years ago

      I look for a ball that flies straight off the tee and feel and consistency around the greens. Also a ball that is durable.

      Reply

      Jim

      9 years ago

      I like a ball with good spin and feel around the greens, but limited spin off of the tee for the Driver.

      Reply

      Adam Parker

      9 years ago

      For me its a soft feel and sound on and around the green.
      Been playing the Snell’s for two weeks now and I am really liking the consistency.
      Played a round alternating between that and ProV1x and on my good swings the results in distance and feel were very similar.

      Reply

      Chung Nguyen

      9 years ago

      I play snell and this ball has all the qualities in all top golf balls (long off the tee, soft feel around the green, and good bites on greens for approach shots.) I have hit similar approach shots using snell (my tour ball) and prov1x and snell is the same and on occasions better than prov1x.
      In my opinion, if you play snell, you won’t have to yell [fore] because it is so straight!

      Reply

      Lou

      9 years ago

      It is male bovine excretion to demand FB membership in order to LIKE anything or enter a contest or drawing. Have purchased my last Snell golf balls.

      Reply

      Tim

      9 years ago

      Consistent feel and roll on and near the green and these ball have it.

      Reply

      John

      9 years ago

      Distance, Distance and Distance!

      Reply

      Chuck

      9 years ago

      Feel, especially off of irons and the driver (not too hard), along with the ability to stop the ball on approaches.

      Reply

      Max Thore

      9 years ago

      I like my golf ball to be a combination of good distance and great feel.

      Reply

      Ed

      9 years ago

      The way it hits off the tee and feels around the green and the two most important factors for me.

      Reply

      Mark L

      9 years ago

      Distance off the tees, coupled with a low spin rate.

      Reply

      Bill Nelson

      9 years ago

      I look for soft feel around and on the greens, long off the tee and durable.

      Reply

      Shawn

      9 years ago

      Number one for me is definitely feel.

      Reply

      Kerry Cole

      9 years ago

      For me it boils down to feel and control…..it is hard for me to explain but when I get it I can play better..

      Reply

      Ron Forest

      9 years ago

      Distance and spin control are most important for me,

      Reply

      Kevin bennett

      9 years ago

      Feel & distance on every shot.

      Reply

      John Capers

      9 years ago

      I first look for distance and then spin on the green.

      Reply

      Dana

      9 years ago

      That rare combination of soft feel and a measure of durability.
      Nothing is worse than a ball that is shredded after only a couple of holes.
      Thanks!

      Reply

      Ken

      9 years ago

      I look for feel around the greens and how it putts.

      Reply

      Dsikirica

      9 years ago

      The thing i look for most in a golf ball is the feel when i hit it

      Reply

      Jimmie Koch

      9 years ago

      Most important thing in a golf ball is consistency can’t trust what a ball is going to do if it’s not consistent.

      Reply

      Jeff Kitson

      9 years ago

      I look for a ball who will perform at a fair price. Why buy the bmw when a chevy works just as well if not better

      Reply

      Dan Hall

      9 years ago

      Feel and control in the short game is most important. Love these balls

      Reply

      Allan K

      9 years ago

      Definitely Distance and control on the pitch.

      Reply

      simon

      9 years ago

      Consistency and feel.

      Reply

      Kevin Kane

      9 years ago

      A ball that makes me feel confident at the tee box, is forgiving, and feels soft.

      Reply

      Mike

      9 years ago

      Three words: Soft, soft, soft

      Reply

      John Gorta

      9 years ago

      Number 1 thing I look for in a golf ball is feel off irons.

      Reply

      Seinthor Sigurdsson

      9 years ago

      Short game feel.

      Reply

      Kevin Flynn

      9 years ago

      I look for soft feel around the green with my wedges and putter.

      Reply

      Chris Harrell

      9 years ago

      I look for less side spin.

      Reply

      Barrett

      9 years ago

      feel off the putter

      Reply

      fleeter

      9 years ago

      The main thing I look for in a golf ball is how it feels off the club face when chipping and putting.

      Reply

      H

      9 years ago

      I look for a ball that feels consistent around greens

      Reply

      pasco

      9 years ago

      i look for good feel when putting first, then spin around the green and durability.

      Reply

      Larry

      9 years ago

      I demand good feel, spin around the greens and long off the tee. Like a nice cushioned click sign on full iron shots.

      Reply

      Kenny Trauernicht

      9 years ago

      Think it’s all about the feel first and then the distance.

      Reply

      Gary cave

      9 years ago

      Feel around greens

      Reply

      Pim

      9 years ago

      I look for a ball with integrated gyroscopes keeping it straight at all times.

      Reply

      Peakation

      9 years ago

      Feel and touch around the greens. Distance off the tee!

      Reply

      Cyril G

      9 years ago

      I look at the ball and hope i hit the small one first.

      Reply

      revkev

      9 years ago

      The best value that I can find for a ball that offers spin inside of 100 particularly around the green, distance, stability in the wind and consistency. I’m weird, I don’t care about feel in that it will feel good eventually if it has those other attributes.

      Reply

      Jeff Smith

      9 years ago

      Feel and control around the greens for me, please.

      Reply

      Psascal R

      9 years ago

      I am looking for feel especially around and on the green. It does not help if I can hit a bomb of the tee but are unable to stop the ball close to the hole.

      Reply

      Abraham D.

      9 years ago

      Durability, all around feel, and easy to find.

      Reply

      PReiter20

      9 years ago

      The MTB is a great ball. I can get it to stop on greens when I need to. It a great ball off the tee as well. I am ordering more soon.

      Reply

      Curtis Dellapenta

      9 years ago

      oh really! oh boy! i wish, get it in long time.. i hope so.. jsut very, very last time for my birthday end my june 2015! ;) oh well..

      Reply

      RMHignite

      9 years ago

      Playability, green to tee. I want to be able to one hop and stop, and still hit a high bomb off the tee

      Reply

      Jack C. Lin

      9 years ago

      Soft feel off the driver and around the greens.

      Reply

      Jimmy O

      9 years ago

      #1 for me is the feel when putting

      Reply

      BR

      9 years ago

      Spin = Green-side control
      Feel = (must be soft enough for feedback but not mushy)
      Finally, it must hold the line tight on well struck shots with irons. (not all spin/control balls do this)
      thanks for contest

      Reply

      Mike M

      9 years ago

      Performance in short irons and wedges without sacrificing distance off the tee.

      Reply

      Peter

      9 years ago

      It must be good to great in all aspects. Spin/touch on the short shots around the green, soft off the putter and long and controllable on full shots

      Reply

      matt lowrey

      9 years ago

      distance control..been trying out new balls and just cant seem to find a consistent ball. low spin off the driver and control from 150 and in on trajectory and spin. been hearing good things about snell. thanks for the giveaway.

      Reply

      Sharkhark

      9 years ago

      I look for good distance & spin at aa fairprice.
      I’ve gotten good enough to really rely on a ballball that let’s me get up & down to save par.

      Reply

      Mike N

      9 years ago

      I look for the soft feel around the green.

      Reply

      JACOB Donovan

      9 years ago

      Greenside spin and feel off the putter

      Reply

      Macon Cauthen

      9 years ago

      I look for a great balance of low spin off of my driver and great control on/around the green. Excellent feel off of my putter face seals the deal!

      Reply

      Frank D

      9 years ago

      I look for a firmer ball with a soft grippy feeling of the face of the club

      Reply

      FD

      9 years ago

      I look for a firm ball with a soft grippy feel of the face!

      Reply

      Dustin Miller

      9 years ago

      Soft feel on my wedges is the main thing also the sound

      Reply

      Jon Baysore

      9 years ago

      Spin around the green has become the focus of my search for a great golf ball. Off the Tee most feel and act the same, but spin around the green is an obvious difference.

      Reply

      obo

      9 years ago

      What I look for in a ball is the proper compression for the scoring clubs. And a pre stamped line for putting.
      Thank you for your time.

      Reply

      JEFF 1

      9 years ago

      pre stamped line— what good is it if you cannot read the greens. no offense, i mark the ball, clean and place however it comes out of my hand. the putter gives you plenty of alignment.its all in the stroke, imo

      Reply

      Tom Duckworth

      9 years ago

      I like a ball that feels “lively” with the driver but not hard also good feel for me around the green means soft but not mushy. Right now I play Srixon Z Star and I would love to try these out.
      Thanks

      Reply

      Troy Wilson

      9 years ago

      Feel off the putter and spin with wedges are 1 and 1A. Launch off the driver is second and distance is third for me.

      Reply

      John Mullett

      9 years ago

      I’ve tried these balls and I really like them. Switching to them to save money without sacrificing anything in the ball. Most important thing to me is how it feels off the putter face and the in the short game.

      Reply

      Kenneth Yap

      9 years ago

      Am looking for durability, feel and distance. Am I asking too much?

      Reply

      Roger Jackson

      9 years ago

      I look for a ball that is responsive, has good feel and spin around the green, and also don’t mind if it’s long off the tee too.

      Reply

      Mark Brochtrup

      9 years ago

      Accuracy and feel in the short game

      Reply

      Alex Liew

      9 years ago

      Long and soft

      Reply

      Dave Cody

      9 years ago

      Great distance, trajectory and feel…Snell covers all the bases…a must-try!

      Reply

      Chip

      9 years ago

      I want a ball that feels like the old school balatas but wont penalize me if I get a little side spin on it. Not being long is OK, I just want great soft feel and accuracy.

      Reply

      Dan

      9 years ago

      I like balls that are cheap. I’m still learning and loosing a lot of them.

      Reply

      Jon F

      9 years ago

      I really think spin on drives is important, along with putting feel.

      Reply

      John

      9 years ago

      i look for a ball that feels solid off the driver and soft around the greens.

      Reply

      Bob Evans

      9 years ago

      i’m old, i want distance

      Reply

      Eric

      9 years ago

      Feel and consistency, Thanks!!

      Reply

      Huck

      9 years ago

      I want to softness and power.
      I want boring flight off the tee and spin in the greens
      I want to be different
      I want to be better
      I want confidence
      I want SNELL

      ;)

      Reply

      Matt S.

      9 years ago

      Distance and control around the green. Thanks.

      Reply

      Hoagie22

      9 years ago

      The kids don’t listen,the wife sure as hell doesn’t listen, so when I golf I look for a ball that will listen to me when I talk to it, I have yet to find one. They always tend to do the opposite of what I want, like spongebob square pants they must all think it’s Opposite Day, or there just doing it in spite, all one big conspiracy , but seriously since they can’t hear me or are ignoring me, either way I look for a ball with feel and responsiveness a ball that responds the way I want when I hit it, a fifty shades ball.

      Reply

      John Balshy

      9 years ago

      Workability and getting it to spin when I need it to

      Reply

      Ben K

      9 years ago

      I look for feel around the green and, ability to shape shots off the tee and ability to control spin into the green

      Reply

      Greg

      9 years ago

      Value

      Reply

      Jordan

      9 years ago

      Feel and spin

      Reply

      Scott smith

      9 years ago

      Short game control is first on my list when selecting a golf ball

      Reply

      Christian Card

      9 years ago

      As much distance as I can get with a ball soft enough for the greens.

      Reply

      Rudy Romanowicz

      9 years ago

      Soft feel around the greens and straight off the driver

      Reply

      Jimmy Waldie

      9 years ago

      Great spin and long!

      Reply

      Tim C

      9 years ago

      Number one for me is feel when I’m putting & with my short game !
      If it has distance too it’s a big plus !!

      Reply

      Karen Richard

      9 years ago

      Love the sound and the feel in all clubs

      Reply

      Joseph S. Isgett

      9 years ago

      Looking for consistent performance , especially around greens, and for a soft feel.

      Reply

      Roberta Jane Upton

      9 years ago

      Wow!

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      Brian Kuznia

      9 years ago

      Feel and distance!

      Reply

      Mike K.

      9 years ago

      I would have to say, it’s all about the feel. I dislike hitting balls that are rock hard.

      Reply

      Tandri

      9 years ago

      How it feels off the putter is most important to me.

      Reply

      Bobtrumpet

      9 years ago

      I primarily look for feel on full shot sand short game. Not actually as concerned for feel off the putter.

      Reply

      Bobtrumpet

      9 years ago

      . . . full shots and short game . . .

      Reply

      Rommel Catalan

      9 years ago

      Like consistency and soft feel on the greens for any of the short game especially putting

      Reply

      Billy Rowe

      9 years ago

      Consistently

      Reply

      Scott King

      9 years ago

      I like a ball that is soft and yet not too spinny. Maximum control within 100 yards.
      I want it to feel solid of the driver and when well struck, like nothing off the irons.

      Reply

      Scott King

      9 years ago

      I love these balls and have been playing them for sometime now. I switched from Srixon Z Star and never looked back

      Reply

      Dave S

      9 years ago

      I look for a golf ball that has great feel around the greens first and foremost. That said, I’m also concerned with price-point, so I do my best to deal shop and avoid the $50 per dozen balls. In that vein, I’ve been playing Taylormade Lethal Practice balls that I get off Amazon for ~$20. The only difference I can see is that they have “Practice” stamped on them… the feel is the same. Hoping I can get some Snells soon and try them out as they seem like exactly what I’m looking for in a golf ball.

      Reply

      Andy

      9 years ago

      Most important thing to me is spin.

      I need the ball to spin.

      Reply

      Tim O’Connor

      9 years ago

      Good feel off of the club face.

      Reply

      Ryan

      9 years ago

      The most important thing:
      Distance off the tee

      Other important factors:
      Soft feel off the putter and wedges
      Durability
      Spin off wedges

      In that order

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      Ed

      9 years ago

      A soft ball that won’t slice!!

      Reply

      Shaun

      9 years ago

      For me, it’s important that golf equipment be fair and yet honest – and price, coupled with self-endorsement, offers a refreshing move forward in todays overly-hyped market place. Golf need’s decent folk selling decent equipment.

      Reply

      luke-donald-duck

      9 years ago

      The most important thing I look for in a golf ball is controllable spin off of all clubs (lowish spin off the driver, decent amount of spin with wedges and irons) and a nice soft feel.

      Reply

      NevinW

      9 years ago

      Handles the wind well.

      Reply

      Aaron

      9 years ago

      Blend of distance and back spin but minimal side spin

      Reply

      MyBluC4

      9 years ago

      Feel, sound coming off the club face of the driver and putter.

      Reply

      jgolf

      9 years ago

      I’m a pretty simple guy: If my scores go down I like the ball ;)

      Reply

      Simon in ACT

      9 years ago

      For me feel with wedges is the key. I don’t find I notice much difference between balls on full swings, but hitting low spinning wedges is where I really notice the changes.

      Reply

      Tom frogley

      9 years ago

      When picking a new ball, my priorities are the feel off the short clubs and putter coupled with the lowest driver spin. Typically this is a distance orientated tour ball.

      Reply

      Aaron Bentley

      9 years ago

      I look for a soft ball that when I try, I can put some spin on. Distance control is important.

      Reply

      Jamie

      9 years ago

      I look for feel on and around the green

      Reply

      John B.

      9 years ago

      I look for a ball in the bottom of the cup. Soft feel is usually a plus *thumbs up*.

      Reply

      Charles P.

      9 years ago

      Definitely value. I’m a high handicap, twice-a-month, recreational golfer, so I’m not going to be able to detect huge differences in performance in the low to mid-level ball range that I normally buy, nor am I willing to pay much more than $1 per ball if I’m going to lose a significant number of them. But I am a lifelong golf enthusiast who can appreciate quality when it’s offered at a reasonable price. Snell looks like a brand I can aspire to and settle in with as my game improves…

      Reply

      Steve Duncan

      9 years ago

      I look for a ball that won’t go out of bounds and won’t get wet!

      Reply

      norbert

      9 years ago

      Feel and price

      Reply

      Kevin Scott

      9 years ago

      The most important things for me with my golf ball are how they react off the wedge and the putter , and how they travel thru the air on windy days . After those two , durability is the next factor that concerns me . Every ball seems to be long these days , but not all have the same feel and control on scoring shots .

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      Sschaffer24

      9 years ago

      In a new golf ball I predominantly look for feel, adequate distance, value and spin around the greens.

      I love hitting a wide range of shots around the greens and I need a ball that is predictable how it will come out. I need something that holds its own in the distance column, but I’m willing to sacrifice some of that in order to give me the performance around the greens.

      After testing the Pro V1, Pro V1X, SR3, Z Star, B330 line and Lethals, the Snell offers by far the best performance to value ratio I can find. And compared to the Pro V1X (previous gamer) holds its own in every category. With adding more spin for me on the greens. Which is a huge plus!

      Good luck to all that apply! And I obviously would love any prize I receive!

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      Richard

      9 years ago

      forgiveness and nice feel off putter

      Reply

      Ben

      9 years ago

      Performance/price, they are all that matter. Nobody really makes a bad looking golf ball.

      Reply

      Stephen S.

      9 years ago

      I look for feel off my putter and wedges. If it feels good with a slower smooth stroke, then it will feel like butter off the longer clubs.

      Reply

      Doug Wickert

      9 years ago

      1. Predictable spin off of the clubface.
      2. Durability
      3. Rolls well off the putter face

      Reply

      Chris

      9 years ago

      I look for feel with the putter and short game shots.I just got some Snell tour balls to try.

      Reply

      David W

      9 years ago

      Feel and spin on short shots around the green.

      Reply

      Alex R.

      9 years ago

      I really like a firmer urethane ball. I feel that the urethane cover gives me a little bit more grip on my wedges around the green. I’m not a great golfer, but I have troubles spinning a harder cover golf ball.
      I also like a higher compression golf ball because I already have a high enough spin # on my driver I don’t need anymore balooning!

      Reply

      MG

      9 years ago

      Needs to be a “tour” quality ball and then I look at price and spin around the green.

      Reply

      Michael Kefer

      9 years ago

      I look for a soft-ish feeling ball that spins less off the driver and won’t break the bank.

      Reply

      BD Ledbetter

      9 years ago

      Looking for a soft feel, but gets the distance.

      Reply

      Kyle Fillmore

      9 years ago

      All I’m looking for in a golf ball is the longest, straightest, softest ball available. Is that too much to ask?

      Reply

      Gil B.

      9 years ago

      Consistency! Consistency in driver distance performance, in iron flight, in wedge trajectory and bite, and feel when putting. If you can do all of that, I’m there. Thank you GolfSpy.

      Reply

      Andrew Corcoran

      9 years ago

      Drop and stop control on approach and short game shots. Feel

      Reply

      Paul Neilson

      9 years ago

      1 – Feel both off the tee and around the green’s
      2 – Spin – ability to stop the ball with short irons in hand
      3 – something that still looks good after at 1 round

      Reply

      Michael Johnson

      9 years ago

      Great feel off the putter…a nice click that doesn’t feel mushy but also doesn’t feel like a rock.

      Reply

      Kevin Clayton

      9 years ago

      Great distance off the tee, buttery soft feel off the irons, and spin with the wedges – 1 hop and check.

      Reply

      Matthew B

      9 years ago

      Durability and feel off club face.

      Reply

      Jimmy Mitchell

      9 years ago

      Like to feel the ball come off the club face/putter.

      Reply

      Lou

      9 years ago

      I’ve been testing the Snell My Tour Ball for about a month now and will be doing a write up on my experiences with it soon in the forums so I don’t want to spill too many beans but for me I look for a feel that would be soft off the putter, lots of stopping power off of my wedges and low spin from my driver.

      Reply

      Philip Hallstrom

      9 years ago

      Feel, spin, and durability. I left ProV1 because I would chew through the cover in half a round. Nice ball, but that is just ridiculous. I want a ball that will spin around the greens if need be. Mostly I want a ball that will perform consistently from shot to shot.

      Reply

      Eeic Dunn

      9 years ago

      Feel and spin from wedges and feel off the putter.

      Reply

      Ron Disney

      9 years ago

      Distance off the tee with feel around the green.

      Reply

      Senninha

      9 years ago

      feel, consistency, durability…

      Reply

      Austin

      9 years ago

      Soft feeling on irons and LOTS of grab on the greens.

      Reply

      Dave

      9 years ago

      Consistency, Consistency, Consistency and a better than Average ROI.

      Reply

      Ian

      9 years ago

      I don’t care what it feels like, I play the one I score with.

      Reply

      Marcus F

      9 years ago

      Feel, especially when putting and ball flight

      Reply

      Jeff

      9 years ago

      I want a ball that performs like the top 3 ball manufacturers but is exceptionally cheaper.

      Reply

      Chris

      9 years ago

      Cutting edge technology is what I look for

      Reply

      Robert Guinnup

      9 years ago

      I like a ball that I can FEEL on the club face and has a medium flight trajectory.

      Reply

      mike stomecypher

      9 years ago

      i now have purshased two dozen. i love the feel. everyone should give them a try. everybit as good as titleist

      Reply

      Jordan

      9 years ago

      I look for a golf ball to have great durability and a soft feel at a reasonable price.

      Reply

      Scott

      9 years ago

      Consistency is the Main aspect of a golf ball for me. I want it to perform exactly the same every time. If I hit it with an 8 iron and I expect an average distance, flight characteristics each time.

      Reply

      Jim giles

      9 years ago

      Feel, want it to feel good coming off clubface

      Reply

      Josh Hersh

      9 years ago

      The most important thing that I look for in a golf ball the the feel.

      Reply

      Robert

      9 years ago

      Predictable greenside control.

      Reply

      Tony Brooks

      9 years ago

      The name puts me off, sorry!

      Reply

      David King

      9 years ago

      I look for a ball that stands out in the rough

      Reply

      Dave Peterson

      9 years ago

      Definitely look for feel on and around the greens.

      Reply

      Anthony L.

      9 years ago

      Just got some Snell’s in the mail last week. They seem as soft or softer than the ProVs. I look for feel on those 100 and in wedge shots.

      Reply

      Scott Hunter

      9 years ago

      Low spin off the driver while being able to work the ball with the irons while enough spin to one hop and stop on the greens but not enough to spin back to much. If aging to a number I want count on that distance. Feel should not be like a marshmallow firm enough to tell where you hit on the club face bit not harsh feeling at impact.

      Reply

      Gabriel

      9 years ago

      Control around the greens, spin inside 100 yds.

      Reply

      Kosta B

      9 years ago

      Feels so satisfying to have an amazing ball to play without the exorbitant price. Keep up the great work.

      Reply

      Patrick Enright

      9 years ago

      I am on my 3rd dozen of Snell balls since reading your reviews… It is extremely durable, and has a great feel around the greens! Not to mention there aren’t any distance issue with the above mentioned combo that I look for in a ball!

      Reply

      G

      9 years ago

      Performance around the green.

      Reply

      Dennis Duncan

      9 years ago

      Consistency; ball flights, distance & the way it holds the greens.

      Reply

      Joe Simmons

      9 years ago

      Best as I can tell, not yet shipping to the UK

      Reply

      Allan Shearer

      9 years ago

      Low spinning from the tee (for accuracy rather than distance). Enough spin with irons to control spin and stopping

      Reply

      Robert B

      9 years ago

      Feel off the putter is most important.

      Reply

      Peter Tipps

      9 years ago

      Performance without the bs.

      Reply

      Bradley Young

      9 years ago

      Low spin off the tee. High spin around the green

      Reply

      Shawn Callaway

      9 years ago

      The first thing I look at in a golf ball is the fell off the putter. When it comes time to buy I look for a ball that’s a good value. One that performs well and is at a good price point.

      Reply

      JFirth8

      9 years ago

      All around performance… but predominantly a ball that has low spin with the driver and mid spin on shorter shots into greens….

      Reply

      Kyle Morris

      9 years ago

      Trajectory, specifically performance in windy conditions is the most important determining factor for me.

      Reply

      John Porter

      9 years ago

      Straight off the tee, spins into greens, and feels great off the putter.

      Reply

      bullman

      9 years ago

      Feel around the greens.

      Reply

      James J. Higgins II

      9 years ago

      Price and Feel

      Reply

      Gio Cowie

      9 years ago

      How soft they feel when I tap them against my teeth. That’s the feel test for me.

      Reply

      Joey L

      9 years ago

      feel and spin around the greens.

      Reply

      Juan Carlos

      9 years ago

      I look for soft feel at contact from the drivers and irons, as well as max spin from wedge approach shots. THANKS!

      Reply

      Lin Wood

      9 years ago

      I look for feel and green side control.

      Reply

      Justin

      9 years ago

      I like to be able to find it. Preferably in the fairway but often in the brush. Love these balls

      Reply

      Todd Williams

      9 years ago

      Feel off the putter. Consistency and durability

      Reply

      Ryan

      9 years ago

      I look for higher spin off long and mid irons.

      Reply

      John Stetes

      9 years ago

      The feel of the ball off the club face/putter and control.

      Reply

      Drew Ely

      9 years ago

      The most important thing that I look for is price and accuracy off the tee.

      Reply

      Alex Coomz

      9 years ago

      I open the sleeve and gently bite them. They have to feel pleasingly soft to me. Short game spin and control mean everything to me from a scoring perspective.

      Reply

      sean kim

      9 years ago

      besides soft feel, a ball that doesn’t shred apart after a full wedge shot.

      Reply

      Sen

      9 years ago

      Feel and consistency

      Reply

      Dave Crnich

      9 years ago

      I look for feel and distance off of the long clubs, spin and control from the shorter clubs and great feel off of the putter blade. Also cost is a factor especially when I can get balls for $20 cheaper that perform the same or better.

      Reply

      Randy House

      9 years ago

      Good reaction on the green and long off the tee

      Reply

      Robert Dwyer

      9 years ago

      * Price
      *Distance
      *Accuracy
      *Spin

      Reply

      Jack

      9 years ago

      What do I want in a golf ball? Distance, spin and feel around the greens and sound.

      Reply

      Jacob Rausch

      9 years ago

      It has to have great feel off the face and yet stay durable.

      Reply

      Matt Aamold

      9 years ago

      Number one is consistency. After that control both Greenside and with short game.

      Reply

      Sean Hennessy

      9 years ago

      I like a soft feel with plenty of stopping power on the greens.

      Reply

      Paul Muehlemeyer

      9 years ago

      I love these golf balls. I’ve been letting my friends try them and spreading the word on them.

      Reply

      Edmund Fernandes

      9 years ago

      Good consistent trajectory and distance and most important… feel!

      Reply

      Geoff Hamby

      9 years ago

      By far the most important thing for me is spin from 60 yards and in. After that is performance off the tee.

      Reply

      peter eller

      9 years ago

      I tried to order some but the cost to ship to Canada was more than the balls!
      I am really excited about getting some balls designed for left handed golfers ;-))

      Reply

      Justin

      9 years ago

      Low spin off the tee, feel around the greens, sound off the putter face, and price. All of which Snell delivers on.

      Reply

      Chris Davis

      9 years ago

      Good greenside control, holds the green well on approaches, soft feel off the putter, and most importantly: I don’t need to mortgage my house to pay for a dozen of them!

      Reply

      Greg Lee

      9 years ago

      It’s different!!!

      Reply

      Brian

      9 years ago

      I look for price point first and then feel on approach shots.

      Reply

      Tim Nied

      9 years ago

      I look for feel around the greens.

      Reply

      Jim McEnroe

      9 years ago

      Low spin off the tee and feel around the greens.

      Reply

      Michael

      9 years ago

      I look for feel and ball flight.

      Reply

      David S

      9 years ago

      Feel of the ball off wedge shots and with the putter

      Reply

      Peng Jin

      9 years ago

      Distance, consistency, bite, feel, everywhere in the course.

      Reply

      Dale

      9 years ago

      They need to grip!!!

      Reply

      Chris Beyer

      9 years ago

      I look for low spin off the tee and feel around the greens

      Reply

      Kyle Chambers

      9 years ago

      Look for soft feel and distance

      Reply

      Jason S.

      9 years ago

      I look for spin around the green.

      Reply

      Tyler higley

      9 years ago

      Soft feel with a penetrating trajectory

      Reply

      Mike Pickard

      9 years ago

      Solid feel, soft around the greens. I love the mytourball

      Reply

      Timothy Jackson

      9 years ago

      I look for feel and spin

      Reply

      Amaury

      9 years ago

      Im looking for CONSISTENCY!!!
      always feeling the same ball, feeling the same effect, the same distance

      Reply

      Ryan L

      9 years ago

      One word: TRUST

      Reply

      dave larson

      9 years ago

      Soft feel off the putter is what i look for

      Reply

      D Lundy

      9 years ago

      Consistency around the green on chips, pitches and putts.

      Reply

      Glenn Forsyth

      9 years ago

      I look for performance around the greens.

      Reply

      hckymeyer

      9 years ago

      I look for spin at 150yds and in and while I’ll pay for performance, I’m always looking for a deal.

      Reply

      Joey

      9 years ago

      I look for FDD
      Feel
      Distance
      Durability

      Reply

      Joe

      9 years ago

      A ball that doesn’t feel like I’m hitting rock. And for a reasonable price.

      Reply

      brian armbruster

      9 years ago

      I am searching for the elusive ball that will magically find the hole on its own.

      Aside from that I look for a soft feel off the driver and irons, good spin and control around the greens.

      Reply

      Frank Mandato

      9 years ago

      Soft feel and distance

      Reply

      Steven Hong

      9 years ago

      I look for consistency at an affordable price.

      It doesn’t matter if it’s off the tee, on the green, around the green, from the fairway, from the rough, etc. I need the ball to perform the same way every time (assuming I hit it correctly) without dishing out $7 per ball.

      Reply

      mnfats95

      9 years ago

      The biggest attribute of a golf ball I look for is all around performance. Needs to be decent at every aspect of the game. I don’t want the best ball off of the tee, or around the green, or that feels the best, I want the best combination of all of them.

      Reply

      Mark Cruz

      9 years ago

      Distance and playability.

      Reply

      Vincent CELSI

      9 years ago

      I look for a good quality golf ball (soft touch and good feel) and all that for a fair price. Big companies upscale golf balls selling price is too expensive.. That’s just robbery..

      Reply

      Jim Ferguson

      9 years ago

      Ball control on short game..

      Reply

      Mark Ritter

      9 years ago

      I’m only a second year golfer. So I’m mostly looking for that feel of a marshmallow when you compress the ball correctly with the driver and it doesn’t feel like a rock.

      I bought a sample pack and can’t figure out which ball I like better. The my tour or the get sum.

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      Pat Kast

      9 years ago

      I like the feel around the green and how it comes off the putter

      Reply

      Jack R

      9 years ago

      soft feel around the greens and a durable cover

      Reply

      Al Macintyre

      9 years ago

      Feel from inside 100 yards

      Reply

      Tider992010

      9 years ago

      To me the most important single characteristic is FEEL!……..

      Reply

      Terry Schott

      9 years ago

      When purchasing a golf ball I look for the combination of soft feel, ability to stop ball on green and good distance off driver. Getting ready to place order with Snell golf since 3 Up is out of business. Like the small companies that put out great products

      Reply

      Randy Ratcliff

      9 years ago

      Long off the driver and spin with the irons…great combination!

      Reply

      Tom Sweeney

      9 years ago

      I look for good feel, a consistent flight, decent stopping power around the green, durability, and value!

      Reply

      Sam

      9 years ago

      Anything that will help me be more consistent is appreciated. I think that means feedback/feel and some combination of spin characteristics I wouldn’t understand.

      Reply

      Charles

      9 years ago

      Consistency and predictable control.

      Reply

      Mark B

      9 years ago

      More distance for a fair price.

      Reply

      Heath Barstow

      9 years ago

      short game spin and control

      Reply

      Braden Powers

      9 years ago

      holding greens is most important.

      Reply

      Sven Hallauer

      9 years ago

      #1 – feel of the putter.
      #2 – lot’s of spin on short shots around the green.

      Reply

      Brett

      9 years ago

      Performance from tee to green

      Reply

      Todd Lindstrom

      9 years ago

      I look for a good distance off of the tee and great green side spin.

      Reply

      Todd Lindstrom

      9 years ago

      I look for good distance off of the tee and very good green side spin.

      Reply

      Jason C

      9 years ago

      For me it’s all about the feel around from 60 yards in.

      Reply

      Brian N

      9 years ago

      Consistency. I have to play a ball that responds consistently on contact. If I strike the ball the way I intend the ball should react as intended. Nothing more frustrating than a surprise balloon ball or when a ball doesn’t grab the green like it was supposed to.

      Reply

      Jack Sofie

      9 years ago

      The way the ball feels coming off the club face.

      Reply

      John Willhoite

      9 years ago

      1- Feel off putter
      2- Feel off driver

      Reply

      Tony

      9 years ago

      Firmer feel, low spin off the tee, good spin around the greens…

      Reply

      Stephen T

      9 years ago

      I look for distance off the tee and feel around the greens.

      Reply

      George Janson

      9 years ago

      I look for feel around the green and feel off the putter face.

      Reply

      Eric G

      9 years ago

      Soft feel when putting.

      Reply

      Luke Mitchell

      9 years ago

      Looking forward to trying these out and comparing them to the tm tour preferred that I’m using now

      Reply

      Stephen T

      9 years ago

      I look for distance off the tee and feel around the greens

      Reply

      Luke Mitchell

      9 years ago

      Feel sound and spin are most important to me

      Reply

      Qwagmire

      9 years ago

      1 – Feel off the putter – soft, smooth

      2 – doesn’t spin like a top – I hate balloon animals

      3- durability – not trying to play 72 holes, but if I “lower groove” one the ball shouldn’t show it

      Reply

      James Thomas

      9 years ago

      I look for consistency from my golf ball. Consistent play, consistent distance. Feel off the putter face is also important to me.

      Reply

      Dave Brunner

      9 years ago

      I look for green side spin.

      Reply

      Harinder Lotay

      9 years ago

      Low spin with the driver and soft feel when putting. Durability is a plus.

      Reply

      Niklas H

      9 years ago

      Flies of the tee like an F/A-18E Super Hornet.
      Carries distance like Arnold Schwarzenegger carries weights.
      Stops dead on the green like a deer in headlights.
      Feels as soft as a beautiful woman’s bosom.

      Reply

      Justin

      9 years ago

      Most important thing to me is that they pop out of the woods when I hit them there.

      Reply

      guy crawford

      9 years ago

      The most important factor I consider when selecting a golf ball is performance. Does it perform off of all my clubs. 2cnd is price. I’m not a tour player so the combination of the two is really what causes me to purchase a certain ball.

      Reply

      Justin Cousino

      9 years ago

      Comment in the blog post :)

      Reply

      Mike McGrory

      9 years ago

      I look for something with a relatively low compression, that doesn’t deviate too much in the wind.

      Reply

      Justin C

      9 years ago

      The most important thing I look for is spin. Distance for me is not key to choice. Once off the tee, spin controls.

      Reply

      Rob

      9 years ago

      Short-game control

      Reply

      Andrew Beeston

      9 years ago

      Predictable Performance

      Reply

      Ted S

      9 years ago

      Green side spin. Straight off the driver.

      Reply

      dan

      9 years ago

      The most important attribute in a golf ball, to me, is FINDABILITY.

      Reply

      Amol Yajnik

      9 years ago

      Consistency in distance with driver and irons, ability to spin the ball around the greens with wedges.

      Reply

      Chal

      9 years ago

      I look for distance off the tee and a ball that sits well when it hits the green but doesn’t spin too much.

      Reply

      Michael

      9 years ago

      I look for feel around the greens first and then distance.

      Reply

      Arturo Gomez

      9 years ago

      I look for feel and control.

      Reply

      Eric C.

      9 years ago

      Feel is my most important

      Reply

      Chris Quincy

      9 years ago

      Low spin off the tee and boring ball flight along with soft as can be feel and stop drop and spin on greens. That’s what I look for in my golf ball

      Reply

      Hong Kim

      9 years ago

      Green side spin

      Reply

      Ron Garland

      9 years ago

      There are three things I look for in a golf ball. In order, they are:

      1. Proper Trajectory – I’m a +1 handicap but a low ball hitter, so I’m always looking for a ball that goes a bit higher. For example, the Pro V1 feels great and goes far enough, but the trajectory is too low. So I play the Pro V1x

      2. Spin – If a ball doesn’t have enough backspin, you can’t do much with it on approach shots or around the green. So the second thing I look for is enough backspin to control the shot. The Pro V1 has the spin but as I said earlier, it flies too low.

      3. Feel – Even if a ball flies the right trajectory for me and spins enough, if it feels like a rock it doesn’t make the cut. The Pro V1 has good feel and as I said above it has enough backspin, but it flies too low (starting to see a trend here?), so I compromise and play the Pro V1x because it has the perfect trajectory, has enough backspin to satisfy me, but feels too hard, especially on shots around the green.

      The perfect ball would be one that has perfect trajectory, ideal backspin (especially on shots around the green) and perfect feel.

      I already get your newsletter and really enjoy it.

      Ron Garland
      Bozeman, MT

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      Sam Sinclair

      9 years ago

      i look for feel on cups and pitches along with distance control.

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      Marcelo Quinones

      9 years ago

      Feel off the tee plus distance and control on iron shots and feel on putts.

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      Johan S

      9 years ago

      I’m looking for soft feel with iron/wedges and with good distance off the Tee – combined together!

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      Kevin Taylor

      9 years ago

      I look for distance off the tee and feel around the greens.

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      Joe B.

      9 years ago

      Reduced spin off the tee and increased feel around the greens. Same thing everyone looks for…

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      Grant Cavin

      9 years ago

      Distance and feel off the tee. Also, feel on the putter face.

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      John Brandeis

      9 years ago

      Good distance and great control.

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      Ken Mykietowich

      9 years ago

      How the ball preforms around and on the green and feels solid off the tee.

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      Greg Drysdale

      9 years ago

      I liked the FB page too!

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      Trevor Arianna

      9 years ago

      The most important thing I look for in a golf ball is feel around the green. I need to feel the spin coming off the blade; while knowing the cover isn’t going to be torn up with one shot. Distance off the tee is important but you can’t shoot low without being able to manipulate your ball around the green.

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      Steven Walsh Sr.

      9 years ago

      Feel and distance. Snell has both.

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      Scott Romines

      9 years ago

      Control on irons and feel around the green

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      Greg Drysdale

      9 years ago

      The thing I look for most in a ball is predictability. If I hit my wedge 120 yards, that’s how far I expect to hit it everytime excepting wind conditions etc. Also if I want to work the ball I don’t want a self correcting flight, a draw will draw a fade will fade and not start to do either and them straighten up. Fairly simple – predictability is king!

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      Brendan K.

      9 years ago

      For me, I look for feel off the putter and wedges. If it doesn’t “feel” good to me off my short game clubs, I won’t play it.

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      Alan Grigsby

      9 years ago

      I look for distance and soft feel

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      Steven Walsh Sr.

      9 years ago

      Started play Snell golf balls recently. Highly recommended.

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      Gary R.

      9 years ago

      I look for feel off the tee and around the green.

      Reply

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