I’m not surprised that nobody admitted to it. Few of us can really be truthful about our own selves. I’m surprised by the 44% number. I would have thought it would have been higher.
The most expensive balls will typically offer the highest spin rates for sharpening your short game (and the least expensive will typically offer the least). But enough of our spin. Dig in. You want all-around Tour-caliber performance with a softer feel and more spin (see Tiger Woods).
Again I stand with Joe. It’s a sensible and needed rule. It’s odd that the person who got caught in its netting is the most affable well-rounded and caring player among the big names. But even Spieth must understand that a rule is a rule and this is a needed one.