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2006 Golf Ball Review
Maxfli Black Max

by Chuck Quinton

Maxfli's latest entry into the mid price range ball market is called the Black Max. In preliminary tests, it performed well, even par with the other premium balls tested. In putting it in play, my biggest concern was with the amount it spun off the wedges. My first tee shot was almost 300 yards with the ball and the exact shot I saw in my mind, so we got off to a great start. The ball flew as far as any of the premium balls tested such as the Pro V1 and Nike One and was consistent off the irons. I had no problem working the ball although a couple drives faded a little more than I had planned, but still left me in the fairway. Off the tee, there is no question this ball is competitive with any ball that costs $20 more per dozen. On full wedge shots, the ball did spin a lot. I had several full 54 degree wedges during this round which maxes out for me at 108. Several times I had this yardage and each time the ball backed up about 8-10 feet. On full mid iron shots, the ball behaved properly, hitting and checking with no release or excessive back spin.


Around the greens it is very easy to spin this ball and leave chips short if you were playing for any release. This ball spins almost as much as the Hogan Hawk, which is too much for me. The ball feels a little softer than other premium balls off the putter, almost too soft for my liking. My only complaint with the ball is the cover. It cuts easier than the Pro V1 and it's appearance is very similar to the old Titleist Balatas from the 90's, sort of a discolored, dirty off white color. I wish it had a brighter cover that didn't look so dingy after each shot and that didn't cut after each wedge shot.



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Avg. Driving Distance
Maxfli Black Max
285 yards
This ball is as good as any premium high spin ball on the market. Anyone playing the Pro V1x would be very satisfied with this ball and save $20 per box in the process. It is ideal for very fast and firm courses where spin is needed to control the ball around tight pins.


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