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Titleist Gran Z Logo Overruns

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Manufacturer Description

A Logo Overrun Golf Ball is a brand new ball that has some sort of additional imprint as a result of overproduction, typically a name or logo. Often Overrun Golf Balls have no printing on the ball at all. Although brand new, they are typically packaged in bulk containers rather than the original boxes.

  • 3 Piece Construction
  • 332 Dimple Pattern
  • Golf ball originally released in Japan!

Avg Rating: 4.5 out of 5
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User Ratings & Reviews (8 Reviews)

Great golf balls!
Mike (Alamo Heights, TX)
Handicap 6 - 10
Titleist Grand Z Golf Balls
Good ball, soft feel, good distance, but has a tendency to fuss up when hit flush with a iron.
Felix (Lady Lake, FL)
Handicap 10 - 15
Up Your Game
The Gran Z has helped up my game with good feel off all my clubs and terrific accuracy around the green.... Don't want to spend $40 for Pro V's? The Gran Z is almost as good for players trying to improve their game.
Keith (Burlington, MA)
Handicap 10 - 15
I have used other Titleist golf balls in the past and will continue to do so, especially after using the Gran Z!
Mike (Alamo Heights, TX)
Handicap 6 - 10
Pro-V1's with a DT SoLo Budget?
The Gran-Z is the Japanese version of older Pro-V models with accuracy, feel and trueness off the club head. Excellent feel around the greens with good rolling resistance. Best ball I've played at this price-point.
Gary M. (Lexington, MA)
Handicap 10 - 15

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What is the compression rate on this ball?
Alonzo Hart
12/13/2011 4:35 PM
From the Titleist Web Site... Gran Z The Titleist Gran Z golf ball was introduced exclusively in Japan in March, 2006 to compete in the emerging Premium Distance category unique to the Japan golf market. Features and Benefits: - Two-component dual core construction - Surlyn cover - 330 dimples in seven sizes - Very low spin from tee through green - Soft compression - The low spin, long distance launch condition is optimum for
Low Handicap Golfer: Chris
02/01/2012 3:02 PM
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My company bought several doz. balls, they were kept in the store room. How long will these balls last? are they still good? its been around 8yrs. the company closed and I recieved several doz.
05/08/2009 10:23 AM
Jerry, the shelf life of the golf balls if stored in a climate controlled area is non existent. The balls will perform to the standards they were produced at the time. If you are playing an older golf ball you may notice differences from performance of newer balls but that is due to advances in technology not because the ball is "dead". Only storing balls out doors or in non controllable climates will you notice the balls only last around 2 years in most cases. Employee: Andy
05/08/2009 10:48 AM
Jake-75 yds UP 75 yds DOWN and 75 yds OUT Do equal 225 yds YOU ARE GOOD
Mid Handicap Golfer: Nick
04/06/2013 3:32 PM
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Is ID-Align aligned along 1) the center of balance, 2) the seam of two part cover, or 3) just a few dots on either side of initials?
05/03/2009 6:42 AM
Thank you for your question. The IDAlign service is centered in accordance to the logo of the manufacturer, in many cases the balls we print on are seamless. The are 6 different ID-Align selections to choose from including arrows, lines, dots, or stars. For additional inquiries, please contact us at 1-800-372-2557. Thanks, Andy Employee: Andy
05/04/2009 3:09 PM
It's actually 1.35 miles per year. This was in golf digest last year I think April.
Mid Handicap Golfer: pizz
08/20/2010 1:01 PM
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