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Costco Kirkland ball
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December 29, 2016
8:34 am
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Well I know on other forums this ball being sold by Costco and made in Korea by Nassau has drawn a lot of attention.  As I'm always interested in trying new golf balls I had one given to me by a friend and gave it a try.  I got just short of three rounds with it before it found the water.  I usually have been playing a ProV or Chrome Soft so wanted to see how this ball would compare and I was pleasantly surprised that it rates right up there with both of those balls.  Distance off the tee is good and I like the spin around the greens which I'd compare to the Chrome Soft.  Durability is up there also with the top line balls as when I went to find it in my golf bag for the third round it looked as fresh as some new ones I had.

So when they went on line after the original batch was sold out I had to put an order in and low and behold after some time due to a slow response from many people having the same idea my order went through.  A few days later I got my two packs (4 dozen) delivered and now have played a few more rounds and still liking the ball.  The one problem with all golf balls is that for me they still find the water and woods.  For someone looking for a decent ball at a good price I would recommend this one.  Cost is a real good selling point too at $30us for two dozen.  I'll keep trying to lose them while down south and will occasionally throw in a ProV or Chrome Soft.

January 2, 2017
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Thanks Gerry. Keep the feedback coming as you compare the models.

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January 2, 2017
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Still using it along with some holes with the ProV and Chrome Soft mixed in.  I find the distance off the driver very good and probably a good 10 yards longer than either of those balls and finding lots of grab on the greens, in fact more than expected at times.   I'm sold on the ball right now.  Finally got one scuffed up but I think that can be from the tree that I hit pretty hard but other than that they are as durable as any top of the line ball that I've played.

January 3, 2017
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I bought 2 dozen while in Ft Myers in Nov. to try them out.     Birdied my first two holes with this ball and was hooked.   Went back to Costco to get more but they were sold out.  However I was lucky enough to score 6 dozen online when they went back on sale at Costco.com before Christmas.  Had them shipped to Ogdensburg and picked them up last week.

I should be good for the first few months of golf season at least!  

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