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June 7, 2017
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Trump ball used in Reno - 40 Major plus

Great to see that it's not just me who feels this way. I did not however know there was a contract for the Rock ball in Vegas. Maybe some time in the future this will change? The bats and the players are so good in seniors ball right now. I could see maybe 65 and up wanting the Rock ball cause it's a heck of a lot of fun to hit them in BP but at levels with guys like Higgy, Kendrick, Hall, Paschal etc. those things come at you like bullets!!! LOL
June 6, 2017
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Trump ball used in Reno - 40 Major plus

Having just returned from the Rock N Reno tournament I felt the need to throw this out there to the 40 Major plus teams and the executive of SSUSA. That ball was FANTASTIC and all the ball any player in that division needs. I saw more defensive plays this weekend than I have seen ever in Las Vegas. I truly believe that this is the ball we should be using at 40 Major Plus period. The Rock ball (or Titleist golf balls as we refer to them) is WAAAAAY to much ball at this level. How much better would the games be at BLD with this ball? a lot is my opinion. What are the executives thoughts or other 40 Major plus teams thoughts? I for one would think it would be a far safer game as well without that Rock ball.

Anyhow, soapbox speech over. Hats off to the folks in Reno for running a great tournament!
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