Rated 5 out of 5áby Jacko Great golf ball for the price
Even though I'm a higher handicap player, this wilson duo was way better for me than the srixon, noodle, and other less expensive priced golf balls.Very easy to hit off the tee with, and it responds well to irons. I will DEFINATELY keep playing with these !
November 20, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5áby Big Dummy Good distance, soft feel.
Ball preforms well off the tee and around the green.
November 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby Dave Soft Feel
Lower compression has a great feel off the clubs The larger dimples seem to keep the ball strighter
October 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby Gdawg Soft aroud the green
This ball is the best I've ever used don't ever stop making them Wilson. I have turned on at least 5 buddies of mine. It is great of the tee and rolls very nice on the green. The new yellow is much easier to see also. Great Ball
September 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby The Bear Wilson Staff Golf Balls
This is a great golf ball for a person of my ability. I have an twelve handicap. It has a soft feel, its great around the greens, and it stops on approach shots to the green. I can also work the ball left or right.
I also get great distance with both woods and irons.
September 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby mike55 Wilson Staff Duo, what a buy
I am impressed with the way these golf balls feel. They are long and MUCH straighter than other pro line balls. I am able to play a couple of rounds with a ball, they seem to be very durable. The feel around the green is good. They spin when I need them too.
September 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby Buffalo Great for Seniors
Gives me the distance I need with control around the greens.
August 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby BBCNYY Yellow is easy to follow off the TeeBox
Great $$$ value; the yellow color; the feel was great. I usually hit my drives around 260-275 yards, didn't have any problems reaching my average distance.
August 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby DoubleA Take the Duo Challenge
Since Taylor Made has stopped making the Burner TP LDP, I had to find a new ball. I was not interested in paying $45 bucks a box, but I wanted a ball that was long, straight and performed relatively well around the greens (I am not a big spin player). I was also looking to lower my "ball budget" if possible, as the TM's were around $25-$30 per box.
Despite being more of a mid-priced ball guy, who kinda "looked down" on Wilsons, I was pleasantly surprised at the performance of the ball.
My adivce to readers: Don't believe the hype about low compression balls not flying as far for fast swingers My driver swing speed is between 105-108mph (250-260 carry 270-280 total), and I had a few drives that rolled out to 300 on faster fairways. This ball rolls a ton with the driver while sticking greens with the short irons and wedges. (less than 1 foot of movement back or forward on full wedge shots).
I have shot my lowest 18 hole round (81) with this ball on a moderate slope course (131), and have had several sub-40 scores for 9 holes (blowing-up on the other nine with a 48 or 49). I consider myself to be a bogey golfer..my official handicap is 15 and I normally shoot from 85-95
This is a great substitute ball for those who have to choose a new ball after the extinction of the beloved Burner TP. A little easier on the wallet at $20/box...
July 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby Greg Low spin off the diver = long
Lowest spinning ball off the driver in recent test of all current models. Barely beat out the chrome. Adequate stopping power on average to slow greens. Really like the yellow especially as i have trouble picking up the ball normally. Awesome value
July 8, 2013