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Jet.com has 1-Dozen TaylorMade TP5X Golf Balls (2017 Edition) on sale at 3 for $94.47 after promo code SPORT25. Shipping is free. Thanks SlashDragon

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Jet.com currently has a promo for 25% of Sporting Goods. Code is SPORT25

Max discount is $40 with the code. The sweet spot is 3 dozen or 4 dozen.

Here is the link: https://jet.com/product/TaylorMad...c02d7355ec

Add 3 or 4 to the cart to get the quantity discount. Then use the coupon code to get the additional discount. I ordered 4, came out to $31.62/dz plus tax and free shipping. Best I have seen for the best ball on the market right now.

Good Luck.
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Anytime you see a golf-related deal, there will always be people showing their handicap. Just once, I'd like see these folks on the course and see if they're really as good as advertised. I played with too many "single-digit" golfers that failed to even break 90 so i'm not optimistic.
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If you can't tell the difference between balls, then yes, you are probably not good enough to appreciate the difference reguardless of the brand.

For better golfers, the amount of spin in the short game, partial shots, and full shots can vary quite a bit between brands and actually between models within a brand. Again, if you can't tell the difference, you're correct, don't bother caring. But for those who can tell the difference, you generally want the longest ball off the tee (which many times means low driver spin) that we can still control the way we want with the irons and in the short game. Some better players like the rip the ball backwards with tons of backspin on wedges, other's like to see the ball take one hop and stop. The premium brands and models you're referring to all offer different combinations of long game, short game spin, and feel. They are all excellent balls for the better player, it's more a matter of matching how you like to play with how a ball reacts.
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TU for a fellow golfer with a discerning eye for a quality golf ball although I already got three dozen thru a dick's 3 coupon deal (despite the fact that deals at dicks rarely work) that I don't think was actually supposed to work (15% plus $10 off $50 plus $20 back for $100.
Currently play the tp5x and on those holes where even a 7 handicap like me might lose a ball, pull out the rbz urethane and play that until the next hole.
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TU for a fellow golfer with a discerning eye for a quality golf ball although I already got three dozen thru a dick's 3 coupon deal (despite the fact that deals at dicks rarely work) that I don't think was actually supposed to work (15% plus $10 off $50 plus $20 back for $100.
Currently play the tp5x and on those holes where even a 7 handicap like me might lose a ball, pull out the rbz urethane and play that until the next hole.
Spend your money on lessons. You'll lose less golf balls in the long run. I'm down to 4 handicap. 3 lessons per month when I started now 1 per month. Rarely lose a ball.
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Same for the tp5 as well
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Thanks, OP. Great deal.
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I'm about a 7 handicap, and in my 20+ years of golfing, I've never bought a sleeve of golf balls. I've won several dozen at tournaments, been gifted some, but a vast majority of my balls come from finding them on the course. It's always a treat when you follow a guy that just cracked open a new box of balls and is losing them all. Keeps the 10-gallon bucket in my garage nice and stocked haha.

unless the course is empty, you shouldn't pick up golf balls. It could be someone's ball from different hole.
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unless the course is empty, you shouldn't pick up golf balls. It could be someone's ball from different hole.
Thank you for the advice... I think one can use common sense to tell if the ball is a ball that was left by someone playing the hole you're on, or if it's someone else' ball from a different hole.
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Anytime you see a golf-related deal, there will always be people showing their handicap. Just once, I'd like see these folks on the course and see if they're really as good as advertised. I played with too many "single-digit" golfers that failed to even break 90 so i'm not optimistic.
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Thank you for the advice... I think one can use common sense to tell if the ball is a ball that was left by someone playing the hole you're on, or if it's someone else' ball from a different hole.
What are the odds that a golfers crossing fairways witgh their drives are actually playing a pro V1 or TP5? Most of those are using topflites and noodles that they probably picked-up from others.
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What are the odds that a golfers crossing fairways witgh their drives are actually playing a pro V1 or TP5? Most of those are using topflites and noodles that they probably picked-up from others.
You'd be surprised, actually. Depends on the course too. Nicer courses usually have nicer balls.

Also, from someone who plays a WIDE variety of balls, there is very little difference in ball brands, especially between Callaway, Taylormade, Titleist, etc. Spending that much money on them may make you think there is, but they'll do pretty little to help/hinder your overall golf game. Though, it is nice to blame your ball every once in a while haha
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You'd be surprised, actually. Depends on the course too. Nicer courses usually have nicer balls.

Also, from someone who plays a WIDE variety of balls, there is very little difference in ball brands, especially between Callaway, Taylormade, Titleist, etc. Spending that much money on them may make you think there is, but they'll do pretty little to help/hinder your overall golf game. Though, it is nice to blame your ball every once in a while haha
Agreed, which is why I don't even buy new balls. LostGolfBalls or Birdie Ball usually sells Pro V1 mint at about $20 per dz. I think balls of the same materials and class don't have that much difference but a Pro V1/TP5/ChromeSoft will spin differently than a Top Flite, Wilson, Supersoft and you don't want to hit a perfect shot and see the ball roll 20 ft. past the hole. You might see just 1 or 2 of those in 1 round and a birdie always brings you back to the course even after a 108.
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Awesome thanks! Just got 4 dozen of the Bridgestone E6 (new version) for $77 shipped and no tax. Best I have found by a few bucks.
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