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July 14, 2013
Capt Kirk
516 posts
One of the senior softball assocations (NSA) here in TX, are using any approved NSA 52/275 Balls at their tournaments, any comments?
July 14, 2013
mad dog
Men's 65
4153 posts
NSA is the only assoc with senior play that gets it is the same ball NSA has been using for senior play the last 2 years....usssa,asa are now using it,usssa for the last 3 years...we use the 52 for league(senior and open) here in tyler,and have been for the last 2 one whines or complains about it....i like it for our senior league very much......
July 14, 2013
Men's 65
3146 posts
Last year my flat belly team played in Columbia, SC in the NSA regionals where they used the 52/300. Many of the SC teams have learned to hit down on the the ball causing it to bounce high, usually for an infield hit.
July 14, 2013
Men's 70
502 posts
That's the difference I noticed playing in the NSA Senior World Series in Gadsden last year; a lot more bounce in the ball. I didn't notice any significant difference in the distance.
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