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Thought it was a joke but Costco Kirkland Signature tour golf balls are real

Written by: Tony Korologos | Thursday, November 10th, 2016
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Found this in the bushes a couple of days ago:

Kirkland Signature Golf Balls

Kirkland Signature Golf Balls

After holding this ball in my own hand I now confirm that Costco/Kirkland brand Signature Tour golf balls are not a joke. It looked and felt like a Titleist ProV1. How can I tell if a ball “feels” like another just by holding it? It’s a skill only the top golf geeks and bloggers on the planet have I suppose. The cover feels soft and tacky, just like any tour-level golf ball.  The dimple pattern is similar to a ProV1.  And we all really know how Kirkland operates.  These may very well be ProV1’s, made by Titleist for Kirkland.  Or they may be made in one of the other, very few, golf ball plants in the world that make the balls for all ball brands.

I can see the next Costco shopping list now:

  • 14 year supply of toilet paper
  • 2400 pack of tampons
  • 16 pound block of cheese
  • 55 inch TV
  • Tour level golf balls
  • 400 pack of AA batteries
  • Honda Accord
  • Box of 12 frozen pizzas

I gave this ball to a buddy who plays ProV1’s and he’s going to try it out and give me some opinions.

If you’re reading Costco, you can send me a couple dozen and I’ll post an honest review of them.


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