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my personal experience is that the "soft" balls definitely DECREASE distance. the harder balls usually impart less spin and seem to be straighter-hooks are more draws and slices are more fades. For most P'hurst area courses -except for #4 where the greens are still pretty firm, a combo ball like pro v-1 or maxfli A-10 work great.

BTW i might could just about see your house from my front porch in Clarendon Gardens.Best

HP
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