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The makers say that all the components - from the balls' core to the packaging - can be re-used and feature none of the harsh heavy-metal pollutants like tungsten, cobalt
and lead and non-renewable synthetic materials and compounds found in the
majority of golf balls.
This ball is Dixon's most popular two-piece ball, claiming distance as well as feel and spin around the green.
It felt a little lighter off the clubface, compared to other balls in a similar price bracket - including Callaway Tour i(z) Callaway Tour i(x), Srixon Z-Star, Titleist NXT Tour, Nike Tour D - and tended to run out more from chips and putts, making distance control demanding more precision.
However, Dixon is to be applauded for its Eco-Friendly values.