Dean Snell wants to answer your questions.
It's hard to believe two years have passed Snell Golf took all of us by surprise when the company's My Tour Ball dominated our Direct To Consumer golf ball test. Your tremendous response to that review has not only helped drive the growth of the Snell brand; I believe it has changed the ball market for the long haul, and for the better.
That test proved that you can get a tour-quality golf ball for less than $35 a dozen and a growing number of consumers have come to realize as much. It's having an impact on the OEMs as well. Callaway and Srixon launched their current flagship balls for less than $40 a dozen, and Titleist - in addition to offering a buy 3 get 1 free promotion shortly after the launch of the 2017 Pro V1 - is restocking store shelves with Prior Generation Pro V1s at discount prices ($39.99).
When prices can be cut so easily, it makes you wonder what you're actually paying for and how much difference there actually is between tour-quality balls.
Ask Dean Snell
We've gotten to know Dean Snell a little bit over the last couple of years. One thing I can tell you about Dean is that he's as much of a straight-shooter as anyone you'll find in the golf equipment industry. Dean also shares our commitment to doing right by the consumer. In the case of Snell Golf, that means offering a quality product at a consumer-friendly price. It also means doing his part to educate the consumer and helping to cut through some of the BS that permeates the golf ball market.
Wouldn't it be nice to know what's real and what's mythology?
Ask Your Questions in the Comments Section
If you have a question about Snell Golf, its golf balls, or golf balls in general, post them in the comment section below. In a couple of weeks, we'll post another video wherein Dean answer your questions.