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|Jan. 12, 2005|
Discussion: Ultra II Beyond 2005
I HAVE OBSERVED AND PLAYED IN MANY TOURNAMENTS SINCE THE MIKEN 1 & 2 HAVE COME ON THE MARKET. MY OBSERVATION IS THAT THE OLDER THE GROUP THE LESS HOMER/HARD HIT BALLS THERE ARE. I AM CURRENTLY PLAYING 65 AND WITH THE 44/375 BALLS THAT ARE BEING USED THIS IS ESPECIALLY TRUE. IN A DEC. TOURNAMENT IN MENIFEE THE 60 YEAR GROUP, HIT MORE OVER THE FENCE IN 1 GAME THAN THE 65 HIT IN THE TOTAL TOURNAMENT. I PERSONALLY VOTE TO KEEP THE LOWER BALLS AND THE MIKEN 2.
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