Siam Country Club Plantation Course has been known to eat many Pro V1 x Balls. Once found they are of course sold. This group of 4 lost balls came in 150 THB or about $4.47 USD.
Before we get into the story about the balls, here are some shots of Siam Plantation Course. Before my round even started I met a pro player from Australia and the chat with him made my day. We can see why it is hungry to eat Pro V1x Balls.
So, here I’ll make up a few stories about these four lost balls. Enjoy.
While these four balls came from different places they ended up as friends. Two of them came from the blue pill Matrix side and the other two from the red pill side. They learned to set aside those differences. Because the only way the were going to survive was if they worked together.
That’s the most important thing in life – working together.
The leader of the blue group was proud to show of their love of lines. To them lines are what make the game for them. They love reading lines even if they may have ended up in a rough or water.
The happiest member of the red group was of course PJW. We all know this type. They want you to know who they are and that they were just as happy to be a lost ball as they would have been to stay in the bag.
But you can’t have a leader of the group without a strong sidekick. These balls may not have even wanted to be lost, but they were willing to get lost to help out their friends.
J loves the low key approach to life. And double line just goes with the flow
If any of these are your lost balls send me an email before I lose them again. email@example.com
I’m not going to lie Titleist makes some of the best golf balls on the planet.. The good news is whenever they release a new ball the old stock goes down in price and there is nothing wrong with those balls. But for those of you who enjoy new stuff, let’s take a look at what seems to be the difference.
Titleist introduces the third generation of its AVX golf ball, improving upon short game spin and control, increasing driver distance, and providing even softer feel. The original AVX was engineered by Titleist in 2018 as a performance alternative to its flagship Pro V1 and Pro V1x by offering the lowest flight, lowest spin and softest feel of the three premium offerings. The new AVX reflects further advancements in the brand’s industry-leading multi-component technology with additional breakthrough results for golfers who prioritize distance and extremely soft feel in a urethane covered golf ball.
NEW REFORMULATED CORE generates high speed and low long game spin to drive more distance with exceptionally soft feel.
– Increases stiffness of the outermost portions of the core
– Keeps the center of the core soft
– Incrementally decreases driver and long game spin
– High Flex Casing layer promotes high ball speed and low spin on long shots for enhanced distance
NEW SOFTER COVER contributes to increased greenside spin and control.
– Specific formulation developed by Titleist R&D, and precisely and exclusively cast by Golf Ball Operations.
– Increases the soft (urethane cover) over hard (high flex casing) differential which contributes to improved short game and greenside spin.
• NEW 348 TETRAHEDRAL CATENARY AERODYNAMIC DIMPLE PATTERN delivers a piercing, low trajectory while providing a consistent ball flight on all shots.
– 7 dimple sizes
– Part of the Pro V1 and Pro V1x evaluations that started in 2013
– The new pattern is longer and more consistent
– Designed exclusively for the low flight window of AVX
Did you know Sakura is a Japanese name that means Bloom Good or Cherry Blossom. I didn’t either until I went to Wikipedia
I’m imagining that she had just had one of her best putts on the previous hold and was slightly overconfident on her drive. It was buried deep in the green grass, so while it shined bright – it wasn’t an easy plugged ball to find.
Submit a lost golf ball picture and I will be happy to make up a story.
Contact for this years marketing opportunities was Packages for the 2022 JTBC Classic presented by Barbasol are now available. Custom packages are encouraged. Please contact Lindsay Allen, Tournament Director, at Lindsay.firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m sure you could reach out to her for information on next year’s tournament opportunities.
A quick Google Search reveals the number is around 40,000 according to a 2019 Report
Think about that for a second. Each one of those is a marketing opportunity for you or your company.. So, start local. What courses are nearest you? Reach out to them. You will see that they fall into some categories (a) highly secretive (b) mildly secretive (c) open
Try to have your conversations with group c. That is where you can get the most bang for your marketing buck.