ProV1 or ProV1X: $38.50 (52% OFF) for 2 Dozen ProV1 or ProV1X Golf Balls. FREE SHIPPING!
TODAY’S DEAL: $38.50 for 2 Dozen Refinished ProV1 Golf Balls. Please read below about the high quality of a refinished golf ball. Choose Between ProV1 and ProV1X. FREE SHIPPING
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$80.00 Value … 52% OFF!!!
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Please accept our apologies, but due to sales tax conflicts, this deal is not available for our Texas golfers.
A refinished golf ball is a recycled golf ball that is 100% intact. That means it had no cover abrasions and no cuts. Any problems with these balls are purely cosmetic. Because of the high price of refinished, only the top-end brands of balls are subjected to this process, and that is only done in a golf ball manufacturing facility in the USA that has been processing golf balls for over eighty years. The outer layer of the ball is mechanically stripped of the outer clear coat and paint, leaving the ball essentially naked. After that, the ball is repainted in the same facility and then clear coated. The end result is a ball with enhanced cosmetics that both looks and performs like a new ball – there is absolutely no depreciation in performance.
So is a refinished golf ball a “fixed” golf ball?
Nope! We do not and cannot repair golf balls – that’s why a refinished golf ball is only the highest end of product. If the golf balls have any abrasions whatsoever, whether caused by cart path, tree or scrape marks, they are discarded and sold as lower grade recycled balls.
Are you sure there’s no difference in gameplay?
We won’t lie – there is a difference in how the ball plays, but the difference is incredibly slight. Outside of cosmetics (which is what grading is about – much like the eggs in your fridge!), the balls in all the various grades tested against new golf balls right out of the package showed a minimal loss. In fact, it was a statistically insignificant loss of carry distance. The loss evened out about one yard or less. Unless you play professional, 99% of all golfers can’t swing with any consistency to attain those types of averages, and that loss doesn’t happen.
Alright, you’re convincing me. But can I legally play with it in tournaments?
Of course you can. They’ve been formally accepted by the USGA under Rule 5 ¼. They are permissible in tournament play – whether or not you’re playing at a pro tournament, a charity tournament, or a “backyard” tournament where the first one to lose a dozen balls wins.
Then what exactly is the major difference between new and refinished golf balls?
It all comes down to the money. Depending on the brand and sales, you can save 40-80% on the balls you buy refinished. You can have high performing, high quality brand name balls at half the price, and no one at the club will ever know the difference. The only real difference you’ll know is that you can lose your balls without any real guilt.
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