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Titleist VG3 Mint White Overrun Golf Balls

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Product SkuB2331-O
ConditionLogo Overrun
Pack of12
Your Price$23.95
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Manufacturer Description

The Titleist VG3 is a premium distance model golf ball exclusive for the Japanese market, featuring a Super lower Spin Fleximer Cover and Soft Center Multi-Component construction, the new Titleist VG3 delivers low spin off the driver and irons for long, straight and consistent distance on all shots.

  • 3-Piece Construction; Soft Center, Low Spin Multi-Component Core
  • Super Low Spin Fleximer Cover; Mint White Finish
  • Soft Center, Low Spin Multi-Component Core
  • Advanced 332 Catenary Dimple Design with Staggered Wave Parting Line
  • A.I.M (Alignment Integrated Marking)™ VG3 Sidestamp

Avg Rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Titleist VG3 review
I am very happy to have been introduced to this golf ball. I have been playing the ProV1 and ProV1x balls for a very long time. The VG3 is every bit as playable as the more expensive ProV's yet it is available at about half the price. Thank you for introducing me to this ball.
Greg (Phoenix, AZ)
Handicap 6 - 10
A great golf ball @ a great price! keep them coming!
Handicap 10 - 15
About what you'd expect for the $$$
Premium "Tour" golf balls are so dadgum expensive I'm always on the lookout for a "cheaper" alternative that performs. So I tried these VG3's. Previously sold exclusively in Japan so hey, a little mystique there, right? According to the marketing material I read, the VG3 falls somewhere in between the NXT Tour and the Pro V1/V1X. And I'd say that's pretty accurate. The good: The VG3 really shines off the irons. High and long, feels soft. I play forged irons (Mizuno's)and I don't like a ball that feels hard or clunky. The "rest of the story": Distance off the driver is a little disappointing with the VG3. I've hit it side-by-side against some used Pro V1X's (my "go-to" ball) and the V1X is consistently 10-15 yards longer off the driver. (And these are old V1X's left over from last year and beat to hell). Wedges inside 100 - the VG3's don't "Hop, stop and bite" like the Pro V1X. Nor would I expect them to. But I kinda hoped they would, since they cost half as much. Don't expect the VG3 to check up on chips/pitches like a "Tour" ball either. But the VG3 really performs well off the irons. If you hit a lot of greens and don't depend on half-wedges and short game to score, you'll like this ball. Bottom line is, you get what you pay for when it comes to golf balls and there's a reason "Tour" balls cost way more. I wouldn't game the VG3 in peak season. But it's just fine for early spring/late fall golf.
TS (Island City, IN)
Handicap 6 - 10
VG3 Golf Balls
I really like these golf balls. They're soft and have a nice feel to them. I'm a Pro V1x guy but I also love to play these balls. If Pro V1x is number #! then the VG3 is 1B. Try them, I'll bet you like them!
Bob (La Jolla, CA)
Handicap 0 - 5
"As Good As It Gets"
The Titleist VG3 is all that is advertised and more. It has the click off the driver of a ProV but a softer feel. There is no drop-off in performance. This ball packs the same punch as its big brother, but at a much better price. When you see them available in the States, jump on it. You won't be disappointed.
Corey (Blackshear, GA)
Handicap 0 - 5

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Are the VG3's usga conforming?
Bob Barth
10/23/2012 3:21 AM
Yes, they sure are. Thanks. Employee: Johnny
10/23/2012 9:26 AM
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I notice that some of the VG3's have black numbers & some have red nombers. What is the difference, if any, between the balls with red numbers and those with black numbers. thanks.
Ben Rosenbaum
12/02/2011 1:26 PM
As per Titleist it's purely cosmetic. We've even seen green numbers! Employee: Johnny
12/02/2011 1:30 PM
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Does the use of the word OVERRUN indicate these ball are seconds and not the highest quality? Note. I am referring to the VG3. Thanks.
Rich Luebbe
09/01/2011 3:54 PM
All overruns are New golf balls. They simply have a logo on the side of them or personalized message. Thanks. Employee: Johnny
09/01/2011 4:13 PM
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