No money, no tour contracts.
Fortunately, once in awhile we meet a player who cares about performance above all else. Earlier this year we heard from Eric Egloff, a decorated pro and amateur level player who had tried out the MTB while playing on Cape Cod. He was extremely excited about the performance and "felt it was the best golf ball he had ever played".
Eric let us know he planned on playing the MTB this season as his "gamer", and we looked forward to his feedback. With the MTB, Eric went on to win the Connecticut Senior Open (http://mynegm.com/news/eric-egloff-1-win-2016-connecticut-senior-open/) and medalist honors at the qualifier for U.S. Senior Open.
Eric was excited to be entering the Senior Open with a ball that helped him "feel like he could win every time out". In appreciation we got him a logo'd stand bag and wished him the best. This past week Eric battled it out with the top seniors at Scioto Country Club and just missed the cut by one shot.
We are extremely excited to have Eric playing the MTB at such a high level, wish him the best, and look forward to more feedback on the MTB performance. We will also stick to our guns, resisting tour contracts, to continue our mission to keep offering premium performance while keeping costs down for the everyday player.