Rated 4 out of
Putting feel is great
Tested the Gamer Tour balls, the Gamer white and the Gamer yellow. The tour ball feels really nice within 60 yards. But I believe the Gamer plays better off the tee and still has decent short game feel. I like the way the yellow ball is more visible and easily identifiable from other balls. I have decide the Gamer yellow is best for me. My carry and roll with the driver is about 260 and the ball is soft enough around the green. My foursomes laugh at the Top-Flite name and the yellow ball but are constantly saying, "WOW! Great shot."
Date published: 2016-06-04
Rated 5 out of
There is no gamble here-Great stuff
I have been playing Titleist Pro V's for a while and just got fed up with the high cost. Gave these a try and am completely sold. They check on the green and the distance and durability is fantastic for the price. I am a single digit handicap and attest to the quality of the ball. Especially for the price.
Date published: 2016-04-17
Rated 1 out of
This ball has good feel but after about 4 holes these balls are in terrible shape. Scuffs, string-like plastic strands hanging off...really bad.
Date published: 2015-06-26
Rated 5 out of
Great feel and ball flight
I bought 2 boxes of the Tour Ball from Dick's to compare to NXT. NXT is a good ball but so far I believe that the Topflight Tour is just as good. I like the feel of the Urethane Tour ball better than the NXT and NXT S. I'm comparing to the NXT because that's the max price range for me. The Topflites are approx 1/2 the price of NXT's. The TF Tour ball has great feel around the greens and it also has a great ball flight.
Date published: 2015-08-21
Rated 2 out of
I want to preface this by saying I absolutely love these balls, when they don't crack. Within one week of receiving these balls I cracked two of them. They have amazing feel around the greens, for a very VERY inexpensive ball, and great distance off my irons. However, I find them to be a waste of money if they keep cracking (obviously).
Date published: 2016-05-11
Rated 5 out of
Drives and Putts well.
Bought these in the never-ending quest to find a ball sub-$30 that plays 'well enough'. My normal ball is the ProV1x. The Gamer Tour does not play as well as the ProV1x, but, comes acceptably close. Driving distance is close but not as long. What would fell like a 280-300 drive would be in the 270-290 range.
I actually prefer the feel on the TopFlite while putting.
I saw about a 1 club drop in Iron distance, but that is easily accounted for on the course. Definitely play a round or two to work that out before competing.
Strong stopping power with full shots, workable around the green and performed well on aggressive high-spin chips. 'One-hop-and-stop' was still easily done.
Again, no ProV1x but I didn't expect them to be.
They do feel 'heavier' off the clubface than most other balls I play.
While putting they actually had a Balata-like feel to me, but, it's been so long since Balata that could be a 'wishful thinking' response.
Had a Senior relative play them, he compared them favorably to the Srixon Q-star or B-330 in performance.
Both of us agree for the price it really can't be beat.
Have only been able to find them at Dick's locally (NE Ohio).
Date published: 2015-07-15