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Woolfman_8
Wake Forest Fan
New Orleans
Member since Oct 2018
1244 posts

So what is the overall consensus of the Kirkland 3 piece ball?
I know it’s not as good as the original 4 piece ProV1 competition ball. But how is it overall? Worth $24 for 2 dozen? I’ve been losing a bunch of balls lately and figured I should save some money where I can.


Albino Potato
Florida A&M Fan
Member since Jan 2016
486 posts

re: So what is the overall consensus of the Kirkland 3 piece ball?
Works fine for me. If you are shooting in the 70’s or not losing more than 2 balls a round you might want a nicer ball. ProV1 is gonna be good for your irons and nice around the greens. But if you are losing balls all the time then I think it’s a no brainer. Depending on the course, I’ll start with a Kirkland ball off the tee and play it till I get in a groove before I switch. If said groove never comes then I pop open another sleeve of Kirklands.

TLDR: To me, they play like a TaylorMade Soft Response.


bopper50
LSU Fan
Sugarland Texas
Member since Mar 2009
4305 posts

re: So what is the overall consensus of the Kirkland 3 piece ball?
The Maxfli Tour balls are always on sale at GG at a cheap price point.

You might want to test them against each other.


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WildcatMike
Kentucky Fan
Lexington, KY
Member since Dec 2005
35338 posts

re: So what is the overall consensus of the Kirkland 3 piece ball?
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TaylorMade Soft Response.


Awesome ball. Started playing with them. I was able to get a bunch on sale for $19/dozen at Miejer’s.



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Woolfman_8
Wake Forest Fan
New Orleans
Member since Oct 2018
1244 posts

re: So what is the overall consensus of the Kirkland 3 piece ball?
I am a 13 handicap. Lose a sleeve a round. My go to for a long time was the Project A. Have you noticed any loss in distance with the balls? I was actually playing a sleeve of Noodles the other day and was playing really well with them. They are the same price point, but the Kirkland is urethane. Which might be what pushes it over.


Hou_Lawyer
Rice Fan
Houston, TX
Member since Jun 2019
676 posts

re: So what is the overall consensus of the Kirkland 3 piece ball?
$24 for 24 - yes. The 4-piece was the monster but they quit making it.


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re: So what is the overall consensus of the Kirkland 3 piece ball?
Rick Shiels has a good video on this: LINK Overall solid ball with some durability issues.


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wutangfinancial
LSU Fan
Dallas, TX
Member since Sep 2015
4781 posts

re: So what is the overall consensus of the Kirkland 3 piece ball?
I've heard Snell are the best value if you're buying in bulk


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bopper50
LSU Fan
Sugarland Texas
Member since Mar 2009
4305 posts

re: So what is the overall consensus of the Kirkland 3 piece ball?
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I was actually playing a sleeve of Noodles


Sounds like a low compression ball may work well for you.


Woolfman_8
Wake Forest Fan
New Orleans
Member since Oct 2018
1244 posts

re: So what is the overall consensus of the Kirkland 3 piece ball?
Ended up getting a 5 pack Snell MTBX. Plays like the ProV1.

Gonna pick up 2 dozen Kirkland balls for when my game is off.
This post was edited on 9/22 at 10:19 pm


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NewOrleansBlend
Member since Mar 2008
631 posts

re: So what is the overall consensus of the Kirkland 3 piece ball?
Txg on YouTube did a video trying to change spin with iron shafts which showed no difference. To show how spin can really be changed they then changed the ball to the Kirkland 3 piece which increased the spin 1100 rpm on a 6 iron compared to another ball, I think pro v1x. So it’s a spin machine, which could be beneficial or harmful depending on what you need


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