New Top Flite Gamer Golf Balls

Low Spin, Thin Cover | Mark Calcavecchia

Posted by Robert

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New Top Flite Gamer Golf Balls Okay, I'll admit it; I can be a bit of a golf snob. Typically I would never be caught playing any kind of Top Flite Golf Ball. Actually, perhaps Amazon might even be worried about people being a bit biased, because they've left the words "Top Flite" out of the title of this product.

A quick funny anecdote: Many years ago, my buddy Nick and I were at a PGA Tour event, The International at Castle Pines in Colorado. We were following Mark Calcavecchia when he lost his ball in the tall grass. He's getting pretty frustrated... when a man in the gallery shouts that he has found Mark's ball. The gentleman was quite a ways away from where the rest of us were looking for the lost ball. Mark shouts out to the man, "What kind of ball?"

The man replies "Top Flite XL 2000." The crowd broke out into laughter.

However, Top Flite is trying to bring up their game a little, and these Gamer Balls prove it. They are chock-full of technology. They have a dimple-in-dimple pattern with a multilayer construction. The Mantel (or middle) is firm to decrease driver spin, and the cover is thin for a good feel around the greens.

Of course, they are still going to feel like a rock compared to a premium ball like the Titleist PRO V1x, but for the money, I would certainly recommend this ball for the average golfer that wants a little more bang for his buck than the typical distance ball.

However, Calc probably won't be playing these anytime soon.

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