Thursday, June 18, 2015

If Pro V1s are good enough for you, then consider Snell Golf [giveaway]

Golf season is back, baby! I played my first round on Mother's Day and let's just say it wasn't anything to write home about. But the weather is finally nice, so there's that. My clubs had been sitting around for so long that I literally had to dust 'em off.

And with golf season back in full swing (see what I did there?), that means it's time to look at the gear you have and see what needs an update. I wore out my glove from last year, so I picked up a fresh one for my round last month. But I could also use some new golf balls. And I don't mean balls that I find in the woods when I'm searching for my wayward tee shot.

Ever heard of Snell Golf? Chances are you haven't, so it's time to become aware.

Snell golf ball in the grass
My Snell ball in the rough - where my tee shots like to go!

Snell Golf's mission is to offer tour-caliber equipment golfers at an affordable price. Sounds good to me! Their experience in R & D and direct-to-consumer modeling allows them to do just that. They're based right here in my neck of the woods in Massachusetts and I didn't even know it. Pretty cool.

Snell golf balls are designed by the one and only Dean Snell. Dean has 25 years of experience working for companies like Titleist and Taylormade, and his name is now on 38 ball patents. That's an incredible number. Have you ever played Titleist Pro V1 or Professional balls? Dean Snell is credited as the inventor.

I recently got my hands on a dozen of the My Tour Balls. This ball is Snell's 3-piece, tour-caliber golf ball engineered to provide outstanding tee to green performance, with a mission to improve scores for all skill levels. All levels, you say? That's me!

Snell Golf My Tour Ball

The core has a low compression and soft feel to help with ball speed regardless of swing speed, and creates low driver spin rates for longer distances. The cover, soft and durable, is made of a thermoset cast urethane and allows for better short game spin control.

The My Tour balls are nice. I'm afraid to lose 'em, but I like playing with a ball that's designed by the same guy that designed the Pro V1. At some point in their careers, PGA professionals have played balls designed by Dean Snell, so why not try Snell Golf balls? I think you'll be impressed.

So who wants to win something?! The folks at Snell Golf are graciously offering two dozen balls to one Giveaway Guy reader - one dozen My Tour Balls and one dozen Get Sum balls. That's a $53 value.

Enter to win using the Rafflecopter form below. You may share on Twitter once a day for extra points for the duration of the giveaway.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

This giveaway is open to users worldwide. One winner will be randomly selected via Rafflecopter, which I will contact by email after entries are verified. The winner will have 24 hours to respond, otherwise a new winner will be selected.

Disclosure: I was provided a complimentary product in exchange for my review. All opinions are my own.


  1. Mr. Snell who invented this ball holds the patent to 38 golf balls.

  2. Very nice - I didnt even know they existed (I must have lived under a rock) I like that they have a testing pack - I would love to try these - Frank M

  3. I learned the MY TOUR BALL is our 3-piece, tour caliber golf ball engineered to provide outstanding tee to green performance, with a mission to enhance scoring for golfers of all skill levels.

  4. I learned the ideal temp to store gold balls is 70 degrees Fahrenheit

  5. I learned Get Sum have an exceptional surlyn cover :-)

  6. I love the idea of providing tour caliber balls to us non-pros. Also it is very impressive that the balls are designed by Dean Snell who has worked for some of the biggest companies and has 38 ball patents.


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