I am a collegiate golfer and was able try experiment with the elixer in a practice round and posted a 76.
I called my dad and see if he could order me some for my next tournament. He was surprised that I was willing to switch brands. Great job Oncore!!
very cool we appreciate the switch
Tried the Elixr for first time . Temp mid 40's, hit 5 yards farther than the avant on drives. Love both. Cant wait till it gets warmer to see how it plays. Used both balls that day both went really straight.
Great ball. Great feel. Especially around the green. Price is reasonable. I would consider hitting again if I could find on sale. Price point is important. If I can get vice for 25 a box then I'm going to hit vice. But I like this ball a lot. Good distance to.
Pretty good ball
Tried the Elixir for the first time today. Didn't notice any difference in distance from my regular ball (Taylormade TP5). The Elixir spins a little more than the TP5. I was backing the ball up all day, even on less than full swings. I was impressed with that. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is the cover doesn't seem quite as durable as the TP5. I'll be playing again in 3 days and see if I still have the durability issues.
Great ball, great value
After hearing long drive champion Ryan Steenberg praise the Elixr during a Golfwrx podcast I knew I had to give it a try. I’m a low single digit handicapper in my 50’s, and still manage pretty decent club head speed. The most important factors to me are feel around and on the greens without sacrificing distance. The Elixr delivers on all accounts, and is very durable. I haven’t gotten too far into the weeds with regards to comparing the distance versus other balls, most notably the Callaway Chrome Soft, which I also like. But I don’t think there’s much difference, if any. If you want a tour-caliber ball that delivers on the company’s claims, I wholeheartedly recommend you give this ball a try. Good golfing!