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GolfJet Monthly Subscription Review

Written by: Tony Korologos | Thursday, April 12th, 2018
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Monthly subscriptions are the rage. Why get a bunch of overpriced razors when you could get something much more fun and useful, like golf stuff? There are a lot of monthly golf subs, but if you want to really class it up, check out the GolfJet JetPack.

Golf Jet - Jet Pack

Golf Jet – Jet Pack

The Packages

GolfJet offers several different monthly packages ranging from $37.95/month. Included in each pack are GolfJet golf balls, a glove, tees, ball marker, and access to the GolfJet Connect mobile app.

Depending on the package level, the JetPack will include 9 or 12 balls. See more on the ball types below.

JET Series Golf Balls

There are two models of GolfJet golf balls, the Jet3 and Jet4. Each model features a urethane cover, the secret sauce to “Tour” performance. Urethane is what makes the ball perform the best around the greens. The Jet3 golf ball is a 3-layer ball and you guessed it, the Jet4 is a 4-layer ball.

I played both the Jet3 and Jet4 balls for several weeks.  Both balls spin incredibly around the greens.  One would have a hard time finding a difference between these and big named Tour balls like the ProV1, TaylorMade TP, or Callaway Chrome Soft.

I found the Jet4 to be a little harder feeling off the driver than the Jet3.  I personally prefer the softer, more mushy feel.  That said, I scored well with both balls.

Glove

The cabretta leather golf glove is luxurious.  I’m not much of a glove wearer, but I gave the glove some attention and found the comfort and performance to be great.

Tees

The GolfJet tees are interesting.  There’s a gold rubber crowned section on the top which helps protect the golf club.  The body of the tee is shaped more like a blade or knife. It’s not round.  The tip of the tee, a blade shape, is great for groove cleaning and cleat cleaning.

App

The GolfJet app is exclusive to GolfJet subscribers.

The app features GPS rangefinder capabilities, score tracking, statistics, and sharing (smack talking) with your golf buddies.

Final Thoughts

The cost of a box of Titleist ProV1’s or other high-end tour balls can run in the $50’s, $60’s and up.  For less than the cost of a dozen of those balls, golfers can enjoy a dozen premium urethane covered balls which perform just as well, and delivered right to their door.  Add to that the tees, plush leather glove, ball marker and mobile app and that’s a winning ticket.


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