I'm all at sea on balls at the mo. I've played the WGT GI2-S @ 64 credits from about level 65-85. They served me well, made it through Master, Tour Master to Legend. I know what they'll do the vast majority of the time, and can consistently get those lovely "white bars" (ie. put it close) from basically anywhere inside about 170 yards.
I've bought myself some shiny new sticks at L85 (the Cally irons and Fusion driver) - rapt with those. They work great with the GI2-S balls too.
The problem, though, is now I'm finding off the Legend tees these lovely cheap balls just don't cut the mustard. There are numerous par 4s I cannot reach in two, some fairways I can barely reach off the tee, and long par 3s practically require a driver. Kudos to those who can make TL with rocks, but I'm clearly not that good.
So I'm exploring the wonderful world of better balls, yet still trying to be cheap and avoid leaping to 600-1000 credit balls. I'm trying out the miscellaneous freebies I have collected, and found that to be a nightmare. I have no idea how far each club will hit, or spin.
Given it seems the collective wisdom is I have to map and practice with a given ball to master it (or, I guess, find out if it's for me), anyone got any suggestions on how to do that? Do I just pick something that looks good on paper (eg. 180 cred Srixons or L33 Callys), buy a ton of 'em and get to hitting?
I have taken great pride in maintaining a strong head to head record with my 64 credit beauties whilst people are whacking 600 cred Nikes or 900 cred Titleists, but it seems like the Legend tees are the breaking point for that.