If you are looking for a legal edge in golf maybe the Nassau Quattro ball is the answer. The tables below show how the Quattro compares. The figures were recorded by MyGolfSpy.com (published 7th November 2016) in an attempt to compare the Kirkland Signature golf ball and the Titleist Pro V1, through independent testing.
* Mygolfspy.com is not sponsored by any of the golf manufacturers and prides itself on trying to provide an objective view on issues relating to golf.
Off the tee all things being equal the tests showed the Quattro achieving more yardage. 7+ yards extra carry could just mean over shooting a bunker. Who would not want to take their next shot 9 yards nearer the pin than their opponent?
However, if the distance off the tee is at the expense of say the 6 iron then that might not be worth anything but the Quattro ball came in very similar.
Again when tested with the Sand Wedge the distances were very similar but the Quattro offered more back spin.
Clearly the Pro V1 is a great ball but the Nassau Quattro stacks up very similar and with a possible extra 9 yards off the tee, that might just be able to give you that advantage.
If nothing else the Quattro is more economical. The Quattro economy has been achieved by not spending a huge amount on marketing but instead just concentrating on producing a great ball at a fair price.
Looking through some website stats I can see a lot of users searching for Nissau Quatro - if you are here the good news is you are at the best place to order some of the Nassau Quattro balls.
Independent tests revealed that this ball sold under the brand name of a large American discount store not only compared but out preformed the No. 1 selling ball in America.
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