Top-Flite Freak Golf Balls Review

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  • Owner Rating 5 out of 5
  • RRP £12.99

What we say...

2009, Updated Model - Review

The packaging says “The Freak cares about one thing – nasty distance” but after a chuckle or two about the ‘interesting’ marketing, our guys enjoyed its benefits. Edward found it especially long while David loved the springlike feel off the clubface. Control on wedge shots was somewhat lacking.

Top Flite are to launch a two big hitting golf balls for 2008 - the Top Flite Freak and Top Flite Gamer.

The tech-heavy golf balls have been designed to bring distance to the masses with Tour-like spin and distance at a price that doesn't make you cry every time you cream one Out of Bounds right.

The Top Flite Freak is designed as a value alternative to the Gamer and offer the same Dimple in Dimple cover design (which basically means there is another dimple inside every dimple on the ball). It also has a high quality core to help you hit it for miles down the fairway.

The longest budget ball in our test. The low spin core combines with a hard cover to increase ball speed and to get your drives out there. Sure, the feel is firm. But if you simply want to bomb it, this is your ball.

Top-Flite Freak Golf Balls

Construction: Dimple-in-dimple

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Top Flite Balls User Reviews

  • 5 out of 5 Extra yards

    By glynosullivan

    I didn't want to leave this review as this ball is getting me past my weekly fourball using just a 2 rescue  whilst they hit driver ! Don't buy them because I want them to myself !! A real distance ball at a silly price.

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