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    Golf balls

    Does anyone play here this game? Which balls can you recommend to choose for a newbie?

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    If you're a total beginner in golf, you can choose any type of ball you want, the difference between their types won't matter much for you during your period of learning. That's why experienced players recommend to get a used set in general too, buying new and branded golf stuff is really necessary for golf pros. It's the same in case of golf balls. But they're the only exception, it's better to buy the new and cheap balls instead of the used ones because the second-handed ones became worse in quality for playing.
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    Tom is offline
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    This is interesting, what you said, but you are not very competent in this matter, I would like to hear the opinions of others.

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    Hello, once it was a very difficult question for me, but after my friends advised me to visit the site, it immediately became clear to me that everything is very simple, you can Read Full Report about the 5 best golf balls for slow swing speeds.

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    I like football more.


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