By Steven M

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  1. Steven M

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    Has anyone been trying the AVX? Played it the last 2 weekends here in Texas. Ball seems to go longer off driver and 1/2 clubs or more on irons, but not losing much, if any, spin. Does anyone have the same results?

  2. Dale V
    Escondido, CA

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    I picked up a dozen back in November. Seems a bit lower ball flight for me. Really feels good on putts and chips. Had my second hole-in-one with one so they cant be too bad.
  3. Don O
    Madison, WI

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    Not enough time with driver to say with certainty, but consistently went past my target distance on approach shots with irons. It definitely could improve my game if I know when to go with a shorter iron.
  4. Steve S
    Tuckerton, NJ

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    Hello Steven N. We are still waiting for the AVX's here at the Jersey -Shore. Hopefully this summer!
    Play Well,
    Steve S.
  5. Ralph C
    Portland, ME

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    Looking forward to trying the AVX, it seems like it was almost designed with me as the target demographic. Although I waver between the V1's and the NXT Tour S, I wouldn't mind something a little softer, without sacrificing the greenside performance I've come to rely on.
  6. Fred C
    Mansfield, TX

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    A friend gave me a sleeve of the AVX. Wow! It feels a bit firmer than the ProV1 but it seems to launch a bit higher, fly well and, holds the green. I'm very impressed and, will give it a full trial if they ever appear in Texas.
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    I saw them at the club I played at most recently. I wish I would have bought a sleeve to check them out.
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    Steven, I had the same results. Maybe a little less spin than a ProV1X around the green but I love it. I hope they keep making it.
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    I have played the AVX for a couple of rounds now. I enjoyed the feel off of the driver and irons. I feel the spin is a little less than that of the Pro Vs, but I still felt confident around the greens. On a 159 yard uphill par 3, I came close to getting my second hole in one. The AVX is plenty durable as I use (1) ball for both rounds, and it is still in the bag ready for round three when the weather cooperates.

    I mostly play NXT Tours, but occasionally put the Pro V1X into play, and feel the AVX is a great ball. I just wish the price point were a bit lower.
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  10. The Dom
    San Diego, CA

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    I got a box when I was visiting California during Thanksgiving. I agree that it seems to go longer off the tee and 1/2 club or more on irons, but not losing much, if any, spin. I especially like the feel around the greens since it has been flying a little further than my normal ball. I tend to use Pro V1X and NXT Tour. Had a close call with a almost ace also on New Years Eve! Bottom line, I am excited for this ball and to see what kind of rounds I can shoot with it.
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    I have been playing the AVX for about a month.
    I am getting 10 yards longer off of tees and longer with my irons. I like the soft feel around the greens.
  12. William P
    West Sacramento, CA

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    I just picked up a box of the optic yellow balls. I love these balls!! Longer with the driver and irons. It feels so soft!

    Ball flight with irons are higher than other balls, Pro V1 and Chrome Soft, I tested.

    I played 9 holes and durability was great. I did hit a tree but couldn’t see any damage.

    The only drawback would be price. I hope when it’s released nationwide, the price point is revamped.
  13. D. Coble T
    Denver, CO

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    AVX of NXT Tour S???? I'm looking forward to feeling the diffirence.
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    I'm in Florida and have been playing the AVX off and on for a couple of months. That's probably like 18 rounds give or take. As others have said it is strong in the distance category and I have compared it head to head off the driver with both Pro V's. Of course that is just off my swing. One thing that I can't quite determine for sure is spin into the green with a mid iron. Sometimes it stops as much as a Pro V1 and sometimes there is a little run out. Short game shows the same. It seems to stop quicker than an NXT but I play occasionally but just not as consistently quick as either Pro V. Great ball though but a little pricey.
  15. Bob L
    Alexandria, VA

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    Why isn't the AVX being touted like the next NXTs and Velocity at the PGA golf show?
  16. greg p
    Algonquin, IL

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    Anyone know the MSRP on the AVX? My only reference is the inflated prices being asked on eBay. Curious how this will slot between pros and next.
  17. greg p
    Algonquin, IL

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    greg p said:

    Anyone know the MSRP on the AVX? My only reference is the inflated prices being asked on eBay. Curious how this will slot between pros and next.

    ProV and NXT....I need to proofread prior to leaning on the send button.

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