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Wilson Duo Yellow Golf Ball


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Longer, softer, and more amazing than anything you have ever played. There is no question that the Wilson Staff Duo Yellow Golf Ball  is a true performance double-take. It's the longest ball Wilson has ever made and the softest ball on the market.

The Duo is long off the tee with more control thanks to its reduced spin off the driver, and its 40-compression is half the compression of the average leading competitor golf balls. Its true performance value and distinctive feel set it apart from every other distance ball.

Additional features:

  • Compression: 40
  • Two-piece
  • Ionomer cover
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Jim - Try it slow swingers   April 16, 2013

Remember the old Titleist Balata. This feels just like it. Wonderful.

As long as anything I can put a driver on, even on slight mishits. With my 85mph swing, this is my ball to game until the fountain of youth takes me back to 1971, a 6HC, 240 yard drives and 3 very young children.

Seriously, this is a great ball for us older guys. Could have something to do with the hole-in-one on #18 this afternoon. In spite of that, a 75 is a score I did not expect to see again. Thanks Edwin Watts.