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Sugar Golf | 2023 G1 | 27 Balls | 3-Piece, Premium Urethane - White

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Has a coating feel on the cover that almost cheapens it? Makes it feel more like a Callaway Supersoft ball, if you know what that feels like. No time to get to the course today, so I did a putting test at my house. I have a couple of different putting mats, that range from 6-15 feet. I put things underneath them to change the slope so they don’t just roll straight, so I tried lots of different putts and rolls. I also switched between several different balls to see how it felt. If you’re looking to save money on a multi-layer urethane offering, there are numerous better direct-to-consumer options available. The Good I played another round yesterday. It was the "breeziest" round so far. I was really impressed how this ball performed in the wind, both off the driver and the irons. There was no "ballooning" and I did not seem to lose as much yardage as my playing partners hitting into the wind, as the distance between my ball and theirs seemed to increase! As a result, approaches were really easy to judge. For example, the "shot of the day" was 130 yards to the pin on a par 3, 8i to 4 feet. Several other approaches, both with full shots and partial wedges, were within 10 feet or so. Very pleased with this ball! If only I had putted better! So this being a par 3/4 course mostly par 3... you get to hit a lot of shorter shots. Spin on these? Fantastic. I also EXPECT that from a urethane cover ball as well. Quite like the short wedge spin these can give. Now this is just watching when the ball hits the green and not quantified by any actual number. It reacts similarly to my bridgestones when i strike them well.

I have a VERY modest swing speed usually only topping out at best low 90s on driver. Irons are in the 70mph to 80’s Id suspect. I had zero issue getting these to spin around the green or with longer iron shots. In this section, we detail the consistency of the Sugar Golf ball. Our consistency metrics provide a measure of how similar the balls in our sample were to one another relative to all of the models we’ve tested to date. Additionally, many forum members were curious about the Sugar Pure golf ball and the updates to the new G2 offering. So we reached out to Sugar to see if they were interested in getting their new Pure golf ball in the hands of Forum members to test, review and keep. The short game is where premium golf balls really distinguish themselves from less expensive models. Sugar Golf uses a urethane cover on their 3-piece ball to give golfers all the control and spin they could want. Selected testers received one Sugar “Cube” for testing and were asked to get as much data, practice and on-course results as possible to tell us how these balls perform. What Testers Said – UnboxingMyGolfSpy offers a unique opportunity to all of its readers of all abilities, ages and handicaps to test, review and keep a variety of different golf equipment, apps, apparel and more. Successful candidates are selected by forum staff. Okay, so if you look at it across the board, the 2 balls were very similar. According to the machine, I do get slightly better carry, speeds, and overall distance but it is pretty close and I think that you really don’t lose much if you are using a Sugar ball. And I like the way the ball feels, it is very similar to the ProV1.

To put that in perspective, it’s roughly the difference between a Maxfli Noodle and a Titleist Pro V1x. In my testing on my home course, Washtenaw Golf Club, I find that I’m a little short of my usual spots. This is the golf blog of golf's 99%: The working stiff who plays at munis with ten-year-old clubs and whose family and work take precedence, but whose love of the game never diminishes. Putting – Had the same number of putts with both balls over the 2 rounds and love the way they both feel. If you blindfolded me, it would be hard for me to know which ball was which because they really do feel the same. They both roll beautifully and I didn’t really have any issues with speed control. I did have two 3-putts with the ProV1 vs. just 1 for the Sugar, so the edge goes ever so slightly to the Sugar Pure, but it was pretty much a statistical tie in every way on the green. And I really like the ball alignment tool on the Sugar, more so than the ProV1. It really suits my eye and makes lining up and hitting the right line easy to do. I guess that I did have slightly further distances with the Sugar, so maybe the means it wins by a little more margin, but either ball is great on the greens.

Here you can see the dispersion of my last group of chipping, the closest ball to the pin is a Sugar but so is the farthest away. Also by far my best grouping of the practice round! While I understand the appeal of a value-priced DTC offering that purports to be as good or better than the leading brand, the Sugar Golf ball simply does not live up to the billing. While it’s solidly average for weight and diameter consistency, it’s not only poor for compression consistency, it’s among the very worst we’ve seen to date. Eight percent of the sample was flagged as bad for significant layer concentricity issues. The Titleist Pro V1 is the gold standard of golf balls for a reason. It is what most every company compares themselves to or strives to beat. Sugar claims to make a golf ball cheaper but performs just as well as the top brands.

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