Kirkland Golf Ball Review

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http://txg.ca – Testing the legendary Kirkland golf ball from Costco, see how the new 3-piece design compares with the original 4-piece ball that was so popular!

Filmed at: Tour Experience Golf
Custom Golf Club Fitting Studio – Toronto, Canada
Featuring: Ian Fraser & Matt Blois

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17 Comments

  1. Is there anything in the manufacturing process between a Kirkland golf ball and a Titleist golf ball as an example that could warrant an opinion that the Titleist golf ball is better overall? As Titleist is a golf ball manufacturer first and foremost, I would think that they have more, or tighter, tolerances throughout the manufacturing process that would produce a more consistent golf ball as compared to a Kirkland type of ball? Is it even possible to test that? Like I'm know this ProV1 is manufactured to a stricter tolerance and it is the purest golf ball money can buy, but it soars into the lake at the same launch angle and spin rate as a Kirkland or Vice golf ball. Actually I don't really know what my point is anymore. Just wanted to leave a comment. Love the vids!

  2. Can you do a video on the most spinny ball? Kirkland 3 piece, TM project A, Chromesoft, TP5, ProV1x

  3. I have been playing the 3 piece all this season. The thing I noticed was a bit more side spin with the driver and stops very fast in journey dry greens vs last years 4 piece. A very good ball.

  4. Great video, as always. A couple of my buddies swear by the 4-piece. My question is, is there a threshold swing speed where higher compression starts to give more ball speed, or is it sort of across the board that no matter what swing speed, the higher compression ball will be faster with lower spin?

  5. thank you very much for the video. this is extremely interesting and good to know going forward. much appreciated!

  6. I purchased the 4 piece about 6 months ago at a Costco in CA USA, they sold out really quickly and there was a two box price at $29, four box (doz) limit. I have not seen them since so I guess they were old stock. They now have the 3 piece ball at $25 same deal on limit. I find that the 4 piece felt softer but can’t tell if I am imagining it. Pleased you tried them, I still have four doz of each, with my game I just couldn’t refuse the price. Thanks for another great video

  7. how you liking those z765? got them myself and absolutely love them, using it as an step-up to srixon or mizuno blades in a couple of years (depending where my swing and golf is at that time)

  8. Since getting back into the game this is a great test and good advice. I recall not losing a ball during a round 18 years ago and maybe using two because one got scuffed or nicked. Last round I lost a dozen balls 🙁 so your review is very timely.

  9. I bought the 3 piece ball recently, found them to be a touch shorter than Pro V1x and Snell MTB Red with a much softer feel more like a Calloway Chrom Soft. Great value for the money.

  10. Great review! You guys are my new favorite golf channel. I just wish you had a facility in the Pacific Northwest of the US so I could get a fitting. Keep up the good work

  11. I can attest to the cheaper looking cover on the 3 piece but will tell you I have never played a more durable urethane covered ball ever. I don’t know if there is a urethane ball that isn’t cast urethane but I know that is something that has been mentioned on Golfwrx. Great video!