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We are working to commercialize the world's first hollow metal core golf ball.
We are working to commercialize the world's first hollow metal core golf ball.
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    1. Simon Zappia and Lesley Williams on

      hey there, i have missed the survey which is needed to be complete for delivery... any clues on how to do this?

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      Rick on

      Being a local in Buffalo, I was one of the first people to demo the ball and I wanted to show my support and share my story.

      When they talked about the technology and how it self-corrected to avoid slicing, I was a little concerned that I'd be sacrificing distance for accuracy ( and I don't hit far in the first place). The truth is, I don't think I ever hit a golf ball farther in my life. (The sound at impact sounded like an M-80.) That thing took off like a rocket. If you're not familiar with Deerwood golf course in North Tonawanda, the 18th hole is one of the toughest par 4 holes of any municipal course in WNY. It's a long, dog leg left with a huge pond in front of the green. You have to pound your first shot to even have a chance reach the green in 2 shots. (A lot of golf balls end up in that pond). With the Oncore, I hit my tee shot 265 yards. (As you know, I'm 56 years old ....I don't hit tee shots 265). I've played hundreds of round of golf at this course in the last 20 years and for the first time, I felt I was close enough to go for the green with my second shot, rather than lay up. I hit the green in the air (180 yards) on my second shot and rolled past the pin by 30 feet. And, yes, I did 2-put for par. The guys in my foursome couldn't believe what they saw and the ball was the talk of the clubhouse for the next hour. Everyone wants to know where they can buy a dozen. Thanks for introducing me to my new "best friend."

      Good luck guys!


    3. Keith Blakely on

      This is a great idea - I hope Kickstarter does the trick. Good luck!