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thezeeman 250 760 July 24, 2016 at 05:59 PM in Golf Balls (5) More Dicks Sporting Goods Deals
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Promoted 07-25-2016 by johnny_miller at 03:13 PM View Original Post
Update: Offer valid only for store pickup; location may vary.

Dicks Sporting Goods has 3-Dozen Srixon Trispeed Tour Golf Balls (White) for $34.98 (price reflected in cart). Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is available if stock permits. Thanks thezeeman

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Written by johnny_miller

Highly rated balls earning 4.6/5 stars by 134 Dicks Sporting Goods reviewers. These will be best suited for those with swing speeds less than 100mph. -johnny_miller

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Edited July 25, 2016 at 02:11 PM by cricket702
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Did not see this posted anywhere. Must buy 3 to qualify. Shipping or store pickup free. Good price for a nice mid-rage golf ball. From the Dick's site:


Product Information:
The Srixon® TRISPEED Tour Golf Ball is a premium 3-piece distance and control ball with a Tour-caliber performance that's perfect for all types of golfers. Find maximum spin without sacrificing distance through this ball's combination of a thin and soft cover with a mid-compression core. Featuring Energetic Gradient Growth core technology, you can optimize driver distance and feel on every shot from one to eighteen.
FEATURES:

Multilayer Tour-caliber golf ball
Specifically engineered for mid to low handicap amateurs with swing speeds less than 100mph
Combines maximum distance with just the right amount of spin
Thin, soft ionomer cover
Resilient Rabalon™ infused mid layer for excellent spin and control around the green
Superior distance and ball speed
Large, mid-compression Energetic Gradient Growth core
COVER THICKNESS: 0.049"
MID THICKNESS: 0.039"
CORE DIAMETER: 1.503"
COMPRESSION: 90
DIMPLES: 324
12 pack
Srixon

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Just picked up 3. Thanks!
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should be on front page
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nice deal.
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Got 3 also, thanks!
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Selling out quickly in store! FP Worthy as these are great 3 piece balls as opposed to Top Rocks that get FP!
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dang was interested until the whole swing speed under 100 mph... not sure if that's a great marketing move or not LMFAO
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Quote from ShinraRasengan View Post :
dang was interested until the whole swing speed under 100 mph... not sure if that's a great marketing move or not LMFAO
pretty sure the ball wouldn't mind if you swing more than 100mph. I'd say the ball would simply go further....bounce
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pretty sure the ball wouldn't mind if you swing more than 100mph. I'd say the ball would simply go further....bounce
LMAO... u sure it won't like, spin more and go break a window... because I've done that with a ProV, no telling what this will do keke
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A very solid and underrated golf ball ... Thanks!

And as someone how swings greater that 100mph, the wall works just fine
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love the golf deals on slickdeals
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This is pretty much normal price for these, I've bought several dozen at this price. Heads up, the yellow ones are also 3 for $35, but scuff very easily.
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LMAO... u sure it won't like, spin more and go break a window... because I've done that with a ProV, no telling what this will do keke
I shanked a ball at the golf course one time and hit a roof of a house next to the fairway, and the house was CLOSE, I mean like 10 yards at most. The guy comes running out with a video camera. Apparently I wasn't the first person to hit his house.

From what I understand you're not liable for damages as long as it's an "accident", and their home owners insurance should cover it.

https://www.reddit.com/r/golf/com...h=eb69a281

https://thesandtrap.com/forums/to...to-course/

THE LAW OF ERRANT GOLF BALLS

by Denver University Law Professor Jan Laitos

This article appeared in 9News@ Issue on August 26, 2001 and is reprinted with permission from 9 news.

Who is responsible when a golfer in Colorado hits a golf ball into an adjoining street and hits a car? Is the golfer negligent, and liable, for injuries and damage caused by errant golf balls?
The law in Colorado is similar to the law in other states with respect to liability to one struck by golf balls. The general rule is that the mere fact that a person is struck by a golf ball driven by one playing a game of golf does NOT constitute proof of negligence on the part of the golfer who hit the ball. The golfer is only required to exercise what is called "ordinary care" for the safety of persons and property reasonably within the range of danger of being struck by the ball.
Although a golfer about to hit a ball must, in the exercise of ordinary care, give an adequate and timely warning to those who are unaware of the golfer's intention to play, and who may be endangered by the play, this duty does not extend to those persons who are not in the "line of play." Cars driving alongside a golf course are typically not within the line of play. Houses alongside a course are usually not within the line of play.
The real issue is whether danger to other golfers, cars, or property would reasonably be anticipated. Where a person is in a location where that person should be reasonably safe from the danger of being struck by a golfer's shot, there is usually no duty on the part of the golfer to warn, since an audible warning would be superfluous. The question, of course, is whether a street adjacent to a golf course, or a house built on a golf course, should be considered a location reasonably safe from the danger of being struck by an errant golf shot.
Although most golf courses disclaim liability for errant golf shots from their courses, the golf course owner may be held liable for injuries to a person struck by a golf ball if there was a failure to exercise ordinary care to see that the course was maintained in a reasonably safe condition. This may involve how the course is laid out, the condition of the grounds, the manner in which the course is being operated, and the number of incidents involving golf balls that hit cars, houses, or other people.
Colorado law is limited here, but it generally is that a golfer has a duty to warn only those persons within the "foreseeable ambit of danger of his intention to strike the ball." The factual question is: where is the foreseeable ambit of danger? Is an adjoining street within the ambit of danger? Colorado law also provides that "to hold a golfer negligent merely because his golf ball did not travel in the direction he intended, would be imposing a greater duty of care on the golfer than is realistic." Many golfers would agree with this statement.
REFERENCES
Knittle v. Miller, 709 P.2d 32 (Colo. App. 1985) Page v. Unterreiner, 106 S.W.2d 528 (Mo. App. 1937) Allen v. Pinewood Country Club, 292 So. 2d 786 (La. App. 1974)
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Exceptional ball! In my opinion it is a much better ball than the Q-Star. Feels much like the Z-Star with less spin. Similar balls would Titleist NXT Tour, Bridgestone E Series.
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