Today's Golfer (UK) - - CON­TENTS -

Four golfers try the mail or­der Snell MTB Black ball.

You’ve prob­a­bly heard how mail or­der balls now of­fer sim­i­lar per­for­mance to the top tour balls at much lower prices – this is your chance to try one of the best for your­self.

Snell Golf’s founder, Dean Snell, has more than 28 years’ ex­pe­ri­ence in the golf in­dus­try, pro­duc­ing some of the best balls in the game for the top brands.

He set up Snell Golf to of­fer tour-level balls for less than these es­tab­lished brands – without sac­ri­fic­ing per­for­mance.

“Equip­ment, mem­ber­ships and green fees can be ex­pen­sive,” he says. “But high per­for­mance golf balls don’t have to be.

“By elim­i­nat­ing Tour con­tracts and seven-fig­ure mar­ket­ing bud­gets, we can of­fer you the game’s best ball tech­nolo­gies and per­for­mance at a price that is eas­ier on your wal­let.”

When we tested the Snell MTB Black (and its slightly firmer sib­ling, the MTB Red) ear­lier this year, both made an in­stant im­pact.

The Black was the low­est spin­ning of all our test balls with the driver and irons, which should make it at­trac­tive for golfers look­ing to re­duce spin. It was also very long when hit with an iron; it tied on 186 yards as long­est ball on test. Find out how good it is for your­self by get­ting your hands on a sleeve of three MTB Blacks be­low.

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