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I’ve tried a few golf balls from Vice, some I liked and some I didn’t, but just recently was able to try out the Drive edition. In this post, I’m going to be reviewing the Vice Drive golf balls and talking about whether or not they’re worth picking up.
What did I think of the Vice Drive golf balls? These balls are designed for the average golfer who has a low to mid swing speed and doesn’t want to spend a fortune on balls. They’re just over a buck a ball and even though they aren’t the most advanced or longest balls out there they’re actually one of my favorite in this price range. I used them in wet and windy conditions and they last a long time, have respectable distance, and a decent amount of feel to them.
Some of the Vice balls are fairly expensive and I’m not the biggest fan but these are much more reasonably priced and use them a lot in the winter (along with Noodle) when balls tend to plug and you can’t find them. It’s a 2-piece golf ball and that’s why it’s cheaper than the rest but it’s built tough and doesn’t scratch up as easily as others.
I don’t use them in the spring/summer too much because I get better performance from other balls but I think they’re a great option for most weekend golfers who want something cheap while still giving the performance they need.
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