We have had cold, icy conditions in Middle Tennessee for over a week and I was finally able to play golf yesterday (Tuesday) and took the opportunity to play the green Chromax Distance ball for the first time. From my first tee shot, until I unfortunately lost it on a water hole, #14, I loved the ball. It’s performance around the greens was extremely good, typically I do a lot of chipping and putting, so I quickly noticed the difference from other golf balls I have used in the past. My golfing partners became very interested in the ball and they were as disappointed as I was when I lost the ball. In fact they went out of their way in trying to retrieve it. Yesterday was very overcast and the ball’s brightness helped to track it in flight, but watching it roll off the greens was a treat. I am anxious to play the other green ball on a sunny day, I anticipate it will practically “glow”. I think you have a “winner” golf ball on your hands. As you are aware, I am now entering my 40th year of ball collecting and I have seen many, many “colored” golf balls but none that comes even close to comparing to the balls you are producing. They are in a league of their own. Great job!”
I was lucky enough to be introduced to Chromax at the Seattle Golf Show last year.
I have vision problems that would make you wonder why I would play golf at all. I have a hard time seeing the ball while it's on the tee, so I am unable to follow the flight of the ball or to find it without help, even in the middle of the fairway. But my husband loves to golf and was determined that I learn to play.
The thing I noticed immediately with Chromax was that I could track the ball enough to get me in the general vicinity about 70% of the time. Even when I miss seeing the flight, I am much more likely to find the ball.
But the real bonus was the change in my swing. Knowing I wouldn't be able to see the ball, I often wasn't completing my follow through or finishing my swing. I noticed an improvement in my game right away when I starting using the Chromax balls; I was following all the way through and looking for the flash of the ball!
I still lose some balls when I play, but mainly because two things I would never have dreamed are happening... I am hitting them farther and I am playing with people other than my husband so I am relying on just myself to track and find the ball. If I lose one, I think about how far I've come and how it will make someone's day when they find that little treasure.
I can't thank you enough for the wonderful Chromax balls!
I've played the Chromax ball for about a year and it simply outperforms other premium balls that I've played. They really run out a little more on Drives, approaches and putts. Most players want more distance on their Driver and they often miss greens and putts short. Urethane balls produce more spin of the driver which causes the ball to hook or slice more and stop quickly on a good drive, while the Chromax ball is very straight and picks up a couple of extra yards. On approach shots, the urethane ball will stop and spin back; if most misses are short, you don't want the ball to spin back. The Chromax ball takes a hop forward and then stops for me. On putts, the urethane ball grips each imperfection on the green and slows down the ball. I hate the putts you leave inches short with the perfect line---that is far less likely to happen with this ball. Pull and hit the same clubs you normally would and hit more greens and hole more putts, it's really a no-brainer. I'm very happy with the Chromax ball and am looking forward to the O.V. in 2015!
I recently bought the Mx1 low compression ball in gold metallic, mainly because I have a slow swing speed and all reviews gave high ratings. The ball handles great and the look, well it drew quite a crowd as it had never been seen before. The question was asked if I was playing with Christmas decorations. I love this ball and would highly recommend it to anyone.
I play in a women’s golf league in a senior community. As Membership Chair of our club, I often get put out on the course with our new club members.
My golf game lately has been awful, so yesterday I went through my golf ball supply and pulled out a blue Chromax ball which had never seen the light of day. Today I had a new member with me when we started on hole 15 (a par 3) and I took a five on the hole. I told my partners that I would change balls on the next hole. On hole 16, I pulled out my blue Chromax, went to the tee box and hit. I then turned around to talk to someone. Our newest member said to me “I think you just went in the hole.” I said “the blue is kind of hard to see, so it is probably just on the green.” As we drove up I kept looking for the blue ball, but couldn’t see it. I walked up to the pin and looked down and there was my pretty blue ball!! I have never had a hole-in-one but thanks to my blue Chromax I now have one! (Glenda now has one dozen additional blue Chromax Golf balls, by choice!)
These balls are brilliant! I've played four rounds with one ball and it still looks like new, can't lose it. OK, I will eventually, but they really are easier to see and look amazing in the air. Long but soft around the greens, they're a revolution, just try one and see for yourself.
About three months ago I was given a box of chromax as a gift. I loved the extra length that I was getting right off the bat. On Friday, August 8, I was playing in a tournament with my dad and brother and I got my first hole in one! In addition I won the $10,000 that was the prize for the hole in one! I attribute it to the chromax balls. Not only do I hit them well but as an added benefit they are very easy to see! Thank you for producing an excellant golf ball!
I first started playing with Chromax balls about three months ago. They're long, soft on the greens and look amazing in flight. I've played five rounds with one ball, I find all my stray shots, which is a huge stroke-saver, and the ball still looks new! I cannot say I've hit a hole in one, but I've recorded some of my best ever scores using Chromax balls; it's just a better ball.
My first hit was long and straight--very nice! The funny part is when I went to find my ball, I could not see it even though I had seen exactly where it had landed. Needless to say, I was puzzled. After going past the spot about 20 yards I looked back and saw a little silver dot. The ball had picked up a thick coating of mud and was virtually invisible except for that spot. (This IS Seattle after all.) The bottom line is that they are easier to find (helpful with my "style" of golf ;-> ) and they play well. I
am wondering if the visibility helps me fix my gaze on the ball keeping my head down. My girlfriend has taken to them because she has a vision problem and they seem to help her focus on the ball. She has helped herself to my supply of them. ;-)
I was 11 years old when I found a green chromax ball. Once I saw it, I knew it was special. Now I only play with chromax balls. I would recommend them to any golfer.