Great Ball! Sweet Deal!
March 28, 2015
Don't down let marketing gurus throw off your game! The Pinnacle Gold's have been a quality ball since day one. Your correct in thinking the quality of a ball is typically going to have that softer feel. The soft feel of a quality ball typically involves multiple cores. You got to love that soft touch around greens. However, if you struggle off the tee at times, or fade and draw a lot with your irons, I would stay away from the multiple cores. Pros like them because they can control their distance with lighter or stronger grips that increase or decrease the spin of the golf ball. If your not playing at a spin/distance control type of level I'd stay away from the softies. You want a ball like a Pinnacle Gold that's got a nice mix of feel for an overall better shot making experience! Less spin on the golf ball is better for us hacks! Plus, I'm sure your four sum won't complain if you want to swap it out with a softy on the approach!
Pros:Great ball for the weekend warriors!
Price is great!
Nice mix of a golf ball feel!
Perfect spin speed for the amateur player!
Cons:Doesn't meet the same standard as some of the multicore balls when comes to the putter.
Harder to put a strong backspin on the ball when need!