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12-Count Maxfli SoftFli Golf Balls (Various) EXPIRED

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Dick's Sporting Goods has various 12-Count Maxfli SoftFli Golf Balls (Various Colors) on sale at 3 for $30 when you add a Quantity of 3 to your cart. Select free store pickup where available.

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20 per dozen usually... on sale for 3 for 30. Buy 6 for 60 and use the store's 10 off 50 deal bringing it to 72 balls for 50 bucks.

balls are comparable to volvik and callaway soft.
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I'm noticing a lot of griping about these balls and no one has bothered to mention what these "sofft" balls are made for. They are a 35 compression golf ball designed for average to below average swing speeds (most golfers.) If you have a slightly above average to high swing speed these are not for you and you will scuff them up. If you are like most and have a lower swing speed these will be great for you. If you shoot in the 80's or better your opinion need not apply on these. Thank you, good day.
That got weird quickly.
Anyway, thanks OP. Same price includes personalized and novelty softli and straightfli also. Picked some up as gifts. "If found, shanked by...name!"
I bought these balls last time they popped up on Sd, I think they were $6 a dozen then, and I was still fairly disappointed in them. Cover scratches up very easily. A full rip with a sand wedge pretty much kills them. They look cool though. Great for a kid probably, but any golfer shooting under 100 will probably be disappointed.

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What is the10noff50 ? Promo Code? Not working
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What is the promo code? Not working for me.
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What is the10noff50 ? Promo Code? Not working
shit... thats me saying 10 off 50. they had it in store coupon. I didn't realize I had a typo.
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I bought these balls last time they popped up on Sd, I think they were $6 a dozen then, and I was still fairly disappointed in them. Cover scratches up very easily. A full rip with a sand wedge pretty much kills them. They look cool though. Great for a kid probably, but any golfer shooting under 100 will probably be disappointed.
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Dirt cheap balls. Suggest putting "super" between Callaway and soft in description as it's not comparable to a Callaway chrome soft golf ball.
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I bought these balls last time they popped up on Sd, I think they were $6 a dozen then, and I was still fairly disappointed in them. Cover scratches up very easily. A full rip with a sand wedge pretty much kills them. They look cool though. Great for a kid probably, but any golfer shooting under 100 will probably be disappointed.
I've hit a cart path or 12 and a few trees with no issues. 6 bucks a dozen? I'd love to see that deal for any ball not named nitro.
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I would have bought with $10 off. Cripes I tried to use the "new buyer" 10% off bonus and it wouldn't take that even. So I guess I'll pass.
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these balls are pretty bad but at this price its not bad. ill stick to my used costco balls though for less than $.50/ball Big Grin
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Six dozen balls for $50 is a solid deal. If I didn't have 18 dozen balls in my house I'd think about it. 🤣

I'm definitely no pro but if you're somewhat serious about golf and can swing a driver more than 85ish mph or do not lose balls every other hole, I'd find something else. I tried the Maxfli Tours last year and they were decent but not great for their top of the line. Ever since Dicks took over Maxfli, their quality has kind of taken a nosedive.
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Thumbs up for golf deal
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Six dozen balls for $50 is a solid deal. If I didn't have 18 dozen balls in my house I'd think about it. 🤣

I'm definitely no pro but if you're somewhat serious about golf and can swing a driver more than 85ish mph or do not lose balls every other hole, I'd find something else. I tried the Maxfli Tours last year and they were decent but not great for their top of the line. Ever since Dicks took over Maxfli, their quality has kind of taken a nosedive.
I hear ya. I have about 3 grocery bags of golf balls and was tempted for a second. Smilie
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Six dozen balls for $50 is a solid deal. If I didn't have 18 dozen balls in my house I'd think about it. 🤣

I'm definitely no pro but if you're somewhat serious about golf and can swing a driver more than 85ish mph or do not lose balls every other hole, I'd find something else. I tried the Maxfli Tours last year and they were decent but not great for their top of the line. Ever since Dicks took over Maxfli, their quality has kind of taken a nosedive.
I liked the straight fli ball... these will be my first soft fli, but noodles, callaway supersoft, and volvik all seem to be similar to these. I am a super budget guy, hate losing a 4 dollar ball and laugh at all the pro v's i find.

I do notice they hit in a different way, but so far, all the soft balls are just fine for my 90-95 strokes per round.
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