|Monsta in play at The Oaks (MS)|
Understanding that the high-priced options weren’t/aren’t necessarily the best ball for everyone’s game, I continued to gravitate toward one premium ball. Not sure if it was performance or the mental crutch it provided, but it was hard to kick.
Then something wonderful happened ... the independent golf movement was blossoming. Enter Monsta Golf - a premium ball without the premium price. The brainchild of a couple guys from Boston, Monsta Golf was all over social media, so I had to try it out for myself.
I took a media trip to Mississippi with two dozen golf balls in my bag - my go-to ball and Monsta. How much did I like Monsta? After a couple practice rounds at Shell Landing and The Oaks, my go-to ball stayed in the hotel room, while I put Monsta Golf in play at the Sanderson Farms Championship Pro-Am at the Country Club of Jackson.
|The sign - Why I lost one of my Monsta balls|
Check out Monsta Golf online at www.monstagolf.com, on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook. If you’re in the market for a new ball, pick up a sleeve ($9.99) to test, or buy a dozen - boxed ($34.99) or naked ($32.99).
This is a tour-quality ball at direct-to-consumer pricing. The company doesn’t pay for fancy advertising and you won’t find the balls in big-box stores because they’ve cut out the middle man. Those savings are passed onto the golfing public.