2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 16 May 2013
I saw these advertised and as I play Mizuno clubs MP36 Blades, I thought I would give them a go. The ball itself is good around the greens but not as long as the top brands; so very good for the low handicap golfer. The actual cover lasts well and doesn't tear up up much; the only drawback is that it discolours quickly, even after just 2 or 3 rounds! I would still recommend this ball, especially for competition play. After the 2/3 rounds put it in the practice bag.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 19 May 2014
Best in the world for producing forged irons. Then along comes the latest driver, fairway and hybrid JPX EZ to complement the irons.
The introduction of the MP-S golf ball unsurprisingly sits alongside the clubs.
Length is the equal of the usual suspects, the ball coming of the driver with a reassuring click. Spin is controlled and with the slightly tacky feel you can be confident with the 'scoring clubs' the ball will grip the green.
Durability is good. Cannot find fault.
on 10 January 2015
Played these balls last year bup were priced the same as Pro V1.Excellent price for an outstanding ball, nice ball flight, never noticed any difference between Mizuno and Titlelist re distance, Pro V1 edges the Mizuno from approx 100 yards but Mizuno excels around the greens.Have a tacky feel to the outer layer which feels like the ball stays on the clubface for longer giving more control.This price point makes the Mizuno the outstanding ball in this price range.