No More Snorkeling In The Water Hazards

No, you're not seeing things. Out of our desperate craving for dollars commitment to our customers, we're running an extra deal today. Who loves money you, baby?

Use these: because they play like brand-new balls, they look like brand-new balls, and they don't cost anything near what brand-new balls cost.

Don't use these: to play tennis. Not only are they awful tennis balls, you'll be lucky if an eye is all you lose.

If this were a character in a sitcom, its catchphrase would be: "Yeeee-owww! Right in the elastomer!"

Some skeptics wonder: why players aren't judged by their ability to make their own golf balls.

In 99% of uses, this doesn't: leave a 7-10 split.

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Features

REFINISHED MINT  (no team or corporate logos, just like new!)
Used & mint refinished golf balls are used golf balls that are reconditioned using a modern process in a factory that manufactures new golf balls. This process does not affect the playability of the golf ball, but brings their cosmetics and performance up to a level where they appear and behave comparable to new golf balls. In preparing for the reconditioning process, balls that are scuffed or have had their cover compromised are not reconditioned and are discarded. Only balls that are perfect in cover but are cosmetically challenged are refinished and sold.

  • Newly reformulated and larger core provides soft feel while contributing to longer distance
  • Redesigned thinner, lonomeric casing layer for improved Drop-and-Stop scoring performance
  • High-performance urethane elastomer cover formulation offers improved durability
  • New, higher coverage, Tour-proven 392 dimple design contributes to longer distance from enhanced aerodynamics
  • Staggered wave parting line provides longer distance from an enhance ball flight
  • Alignment Integrated Marking (A.I.M.) sidestamp is an integrated guide for improved putting alignment

Shipping Note: Eligible for shipping to all 50 states

Warranty: 90 Day Woot Limited Warranty

 


From the Refinishers:

Golf Ball Testing

Since the beginning of the Used golf ball industry there has been some controversy raised as to whether used golf balls retrieved from the water perform any different than new golf balls.

The questioning of the performance of recycled balls may have been relevant years ago when balls were made differently, but golf balls today are constructed completely different and are very resilient.

So here is the test:

We bought 10 dozen new golf balls from a major retailer and took 10 dozen of each grade of golf balls that we recover and recycle right off of our shelves to an independent golf ball testing facility (Advanced Golf Solutions) that tests new balls for many of the top manufacturers.

All the grades of balls we sell were tested except for those that are structurally damaged or too old. These we do not sell. We do not have the capability to repair a damaged ball either through recycling or refinishing and these are discarded.

We hoped to once and for all put an end to this hearsay controversy of “water balls” or "used golf balls"and do some independent scientifically controlled testing, not subjective anecdotal testing that has been the mainstay of the common thought on this topic.

And here’s what we found out:

Outside of cosmetics (which really is what the grading is all about), the balls in all the various grades tested against new golf balls right out the package show only a very minimal loss, in fact a statistically insignificant loss of carry distance.

With a driver the maximum loss of carry over a drive of about 260 yards is about 5 yards with a grade B ball while the mint recycled and mint refinished balls show only a loss of 1 yard or less. Similar proportional results with both a wedge and 6 iron as indicated in the graphs below.

Is this difference significant?

Since 99% of all golfers cannot swing with any consistency to attain these averages over many shots, this loss of carry distance form 1 -5 yards is absolutely minimal when you take into account all the other factors that come into play when you swing a club… plane of club, follow through, back swing, in/out or out/in, weight shift, lie etc.

* The products do not meet the exact specifications of new golf balls and may be subject to performance variations from new golf balls. These balls do not fall under the original manufacturer's warranty or guarantees.

 

 

Specs

Core
Innovative ZG Process Core Technology
Material: Polybutadiene
Type: Solid Mold
Method: ZG Process Technology
Diameter: 1.530”
Casing
Responsive Ionomeric Casing Layer
Material: Ionomer
Thickness: 045”
Cover
High-Performance Urethane Elastomer™ Cover
Thickness: 030”
Composition: Urethane Elastomer
Dimple Design
Spherically Tiled 352 Tetrahedral Dimple Design
Shape: Spherical
Pattern: Tetrahedral
Parting Line: Staggered Wave
Total number: 352
Number of types: 5
A.I.M
A.I.M. (Alignment Integrated Marking)™ Sidestamp

 

In the box:

(12) Titleist Official Pro V1 Golf Balls

 

Sales Stats

Speed to First Woot:
4m 29.117s
First Sucker:
joncue
Last Wooter to Woot:
rgarber4284

Purchaser Experience

  • 20% first woot
  • 9% second woot
  • 28% < 10 woots
  • 20% < 25 woots
  • 24% ≥ 25 woots

Purchaser Seniority

  • 15% joined today
  • 0% one week old
  • 1% one month old
  • 12% one year old
  • 73% > one year old

Quantity Breakdown

  • 30% bought 1
  • 35% bought 2
  • 35% bought 3 or more

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