43 thoughts on “The world’s most UNDERRATED golf ball… this is HUGE!?

  1. I can't understand how they sit down more in the rough. You mention it a few times during the video, but it makes no sense, a larger footprint can't possibly sit further between blades of grass … and they can't be heavier (which would be the only other reason to sit lower).

  2. I actually bought a box of 24 Callaway Magma balls last year but never put them in my bag. Might get them out for a couple of rounds.

  3. Picked up a box of these and it improved my putting no end .Agree they don't fly as far as the Titlest balls,but I'm sticking with them I'm a high handicapper.

  4. I have used them most of last season and I liked them a lot. They have a nice feel, and they went straighter when you get a slight off center hit. I usually play OnCore Elixir and I like this just as much. Great review.

  5. I liked these balls, distance & control were good, but I couldn't get them to stay on the green.

    Moved to Bridgestone e12 and Taylormade Tour Response as alternatives. Both checkup and hold better than the Max.

  6. This may sound silly but I am afraid of using these because I fear that if get used to them, I will have trouble playing with regular size balls later. Did it fell strange playing with regular balls after you were done with these?

  7. I found one of these today. Brought it home, cleaned it and then I tried to put my mark on it using one of those half cup ball alignment marking jigs. Didn't fit! Side by side.. yep looks bigger. I'll have to save it for my customary first tee-off slice. 🤣🤣

  8. I am 62 with a bad left hip that hinders my rotation. I bought a box of these and really liked them. I had more distance and they were straighter for me. Great video.

  9. I’ve actually been using these (yellow version) for the past 3 months, I’m actually interested to see how it feels now I’m used to them to go back to a normal one. Like you I putt with the flag out always

  10. Hey guys
    I was using a vice pro someone gifted me but I wasn’t able to get the best of them due to my slow swing speed
    So I bought callaway super soft last week and won my match pretty convincingly
    And drives were longer
    Which helped me into the green
    So I decided to try the bigger max ball on the way home
    So this is a great video and it has convinced me to try them
    Thx

  11. I started using these balls a couple of weeks ago and they certainly work for me. Mind you, I play off 20 and I’m 70 yrs. old. They give me good launch, give me confidence when setting up and I feel that I can control the shot better. I like them a lot. Great video James 👍🏌️‍♂️

  12. I've used the magna in the past and found no difference at all to a standard ball. Bit easier to get a good contact off a tight lie.

  13. I remember the Top Flite Magna also. The marketing concept was suspect (a larger ball is more susceptible to wind resistance and thus will not go as long and it is easier to go offline) and it was a no brainer that a larger ball meant less putts made. I think this one won't last long…….

  14. I just bought a dozen of these last week they were only $21.99 USD and I am looking forward to trying them I suffer with contact issues and am just trying to get anything that can help me do better

  15. I love the Supersoft, but I've never tried the Max past putting and chipping with one. Mostly because I know that larger golf balls in general are shorter, but also because it just looks too weird at address. I don't know. I have an old Maxfli/Dunlop DDH HT 100 balata ball that's 1.62" and to me, THAT looks confidence-inspiring – because the club looks so big compared to the ball! And you need that confidence because the ball goes absolutely nowhere. But that's probably because the windings and core have degraded/snapped/turned to mush. It's essentially a NERF ball at this point. Amazing around the green, though!

  16. Ive just ordered a box from amazon.
    Lets see what a extremely average golfer can do.
    Will be interesting as i usually play with the standard suppersoft anyway.

  17. Sorry guys but this is "dingo's kidneys" but usually marketing wins the day over science. There might be more lift caused by the Magnus Effect where air "bunches" up or compresses underneath. However the only way to reduce any hook or slice curve on the ball is to reduce sidespin which is down to the player with any ball. The Magnus Effect also works with sidespin so a larger ball with the same sidespin will curve wider.

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