Vice Drive - Toronto Raptors
- $28.95* / Dozen
- TOTAL: $144.75*
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"VICE does something different!"
"Vice Golf: Bringing a cheaper alternative to the golf ball game"
"One of our favorite things!"
"Awarded top category product!"
"The balls are as good as any others available on the market - and a lot less expensive."
"First-class golf balls at almost half the price!"
The outer cover is a very durable DuPont™ Surlyn© cover. The plastic material mixture is perfectly adjusted so that it can withstand high hitting loads. Cuts and wear are almost impossible for this golf ball, and it is practically indestructible.
The very soft, yet durable core provides a smooth feel at impact, even at moderate clubhead speeds, both off the tee and in the short game.
As the only Canadian NBA team, the Raptors have a huge fan base. Although Toronto is not Canada´s golf destination number one. Yet, the Canadians love golf. Kyle Lowry, Raptor´s point guard, spends his free time almost exclusively playing golf. He says, that he loves the fact that golf can be played everywhere and is a way to explore the world. What better combination could you ask for? We couldn´t agree more!
The Vice Drive’s special structure of symmetrical dimples ensures perfect buoyancy of the golf ball after tee off. After landing, the ball’s specifically designed dimple depth ensures an extended roll phase and thus optimal drive length.
Align your golf ball perfectly with the extra-long and highly visible “Keep in Line” (KIL) putting line. Developed in collaboration with tour and teaching professionals, the line’s dimensions precisely meet your putting and alignment needs.
Numerous golfers love basketball. Professional golfers play basketball in their free time, professional basketball players play golf in their free time. Precision and endurance are only two attributes that unite golf and basketball. Vice Golf´s partnership with the NBA unites two grand sports and allows every golfing NBA fan to represent his team on and off the golf course.Show all Teams