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15 reviews | 4.8 out of 5
This ball performed better than much more expensive balls. 10-15 yds more distance, and softer feel around the greens.
I have tried pro v ones ect, but I keep coming back to this ball.Senior citizen ,but I keep up with the young guns with this ball.$10.00 a dozen, love it.
These balls are excellent for players with clubhead speed under 97 mph. They are softer and give better feel and they are just FLYING off my driver. Leave the Pro V1s' and Penta's for the young guns hitting in 325. If you're like me, save the money an play the Laddie or Treosoft for under $2/ball!
For the value of these balls, they play real well! Driving and playing in the fairways! They excede my expectation of a value priced ball!
A friend gave me a sleeve of these balls, which I tried and really liked. I checked around to find these balls, and Walmart's deal was the best. The balls work better for me than the ones I was using - longer distance on my drives. I'm very satisfied.
Excellent Golf Balls as good as Titleist NXT. The price is good. but not much spin. distance is excellent.
excellent golf ball for the under 100 mph swing speed
A golf pro suggested using this lower compression ball because of my age. I was expecting more distance but I can't tell the difference. But the price was "right" and I still get the same distance as the expensive balls. So why not buy these?
Great product gives you lots of distance for your drives.
This is a great ball and priced right
I have been playing Laddie Precepts since my late 60's and believe it is the best low compression ball for swing speeds below 75mph. I will be replacing them with the same in the future.
I used Titleist Pro V1 before. I think the Laddie are as good.Mark
I have played high end golf balls in the $40 to $50 per dozen range. This Precept laddie cost less than $10 per dozen with free shipping on orders over $50. Unless you are a single digit handicapper it is hard to discern the difference in the performance between this and the high end balls. I used to keep a couple of dozen high end balls around for tournament play. As an experiment I started to alternate the balls during an 18 hole game and I could not tell the difference. One big difference is when you have a lost ball or hit it in the water. I average over100 rounds per year and loosing 80 cents rather than $4.00 per ball is a big difference.