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Comment from: Ken [Visitor] Email
Actually, Maxfli balls were used to win 12 out of 28 major championships from 1987 through 1993:
1987 U.S. Open
1988 Masters, U.S. Open, PGA Championship
1989 U.S. Open
1990 PGA Championship
1991 Masters, Open Championship, PGA Championship
1992 Masters
1993 Open Championship

Additionally, the 1984 U.S. Open was one with a Maxfli ball.

Players who have teed up Maxfli include Nicklaus, Norman, Couples and Strange.

I'd say all of the above qualifies Maxfli as a premium golf ball during the '80s and '90s.

02/18/08 @ 14:21
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Wow, I'd forgotten about the hey-day of the DDH. Thanks for reminding me. I couldn't get the Blue Max out of my mind. Back then, Titleist was the ball leader, but not necessarily the ball of choice among the top players. Thanks, Ken.
02/18/08 @ 15:04

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