Stix + Vice Tour Golf Balls - 1 dozen

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  • CONSTRUCTION

    • 3-Piece DuPont™ Surlyn© construction
    • Soft Energy Speed Core (ESC) for extra distance and smooth feel at impact
    • Enhanced DuPont™ Surlyn© grade composition for minimized driver spin
    • 392 aerodynamic dimple design for high ball flight stability

    CHARACTERISTICS

    • Outstanding distance off the tee with minimum dispersion
    • Excellent greenside control and amazingly gentle feel off the clubface
    • Extremely tough and cut-resistant cover
    • Newly designed KIL line with sharp edges for optimal alignment

    PLAYER PROFILE

    • Designed and engineered for all swing speeds
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L.F.
Sweet Package Deal

I've kind of always been a part of the Vice Golf cult following and so when I saw Stix was partnered with them I jumped all over it. Quality clubs, quality balls, quality price! They're doing great things over Stix!

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P.J.
Stix golf balls

Huge upgrade from my usual golf balls I use. Great set of high quality golf balls that look great.

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B.A.

Stix + Vice Tour Golf Balls - 1 dozen

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"Coyne cites Harry’s Razors and Dollar Shave Club as the Stix Golf model as companies that offer a lower-priced alternative to established names. He puts the Stix set as occupying a space between the discount box sets at sporting goods stores and the $3,000 that could be spent to buy a full set of premium clubs."
"... the recently launched Stix Golf has created its own market: beautiful, minimalist, modern clubs at a good price...The Stix clubs are manufactured by an established OEM that makes components for many of the big brands and they feel as good as they look."
"By identifying a potential value gap in the golf club market, Stix has positioned itself well to tap into a robust consumer base in one of the nation’s biggest participation sports. And since more than 2/3 of golfers can’t break 90, there are plenty of participants out there more concerned with experience over technology."
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