Written By: Chris Conley
While at dick’s sporting goods, I saw a deal on a ball that was just released, so I decided to pick up two boxes and give them a try. For $20 I got 24 of the newly released, MaxFli – Revolution Low Compression golf balls. When you pick up this ball it feels very soft for a ball that is designed for distance, and a higher trajectory ball; I had high expectations of the ball just from the initial feel alone. This ball does what it says, and has good distance, and the low compression helps stop the spin and makes the ball fly straighter. I thought this ball had very good feel for chipping and putting, and had a very soft feel off the club face. The ball is a 2-piece low compression ball, with a soft iotek ionomer cover; it has what they call a wind shearing aerodynamic dimple pattern for higher trajectory. The big knock on this ball is durability, after some normal use (none hit the cart the path or trees), the ball showed wear and tear. I noticed a few small cuts in the ball probably from my wedges, but still seemed less durable than most balls designed for distance.