Snell Get Sum Golf Balls Review

Snell Get Sum Golf Balls Review

By Paul Liberatore

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Time to read 4 min

Possibly unannounced to many golfers,  Snell Golf  offers an even more affordable golf ball in their Get Sum offering. The Get Sum golf ball is a 2-piece golf ball that takes some of the MTB DNA and delivers excellent affordability with performance. No PGA sponsorships means cost savings to amateur golfers and Get Sum helps round out Snell’s already impressive lineup.

Key Features

Get Sum is a 2-piece golf ball with a low compression rating.

Get Sum comes highly awarded and conforms to all USGA standards of play.

Each Get Sum golf ball features a Surlyn cover that allows for a more optimal flight and spin. 

The Snell Golf Get Sum golf ball is best suited for players who prioritize low spin rates off the driver and long irons. This ball is designed to provide:


Low spin in the long game, resulting in longer, straighter drives

  • Consistent performance across a wide range of swing speeds
  • Excellent value compared to premium golf balls from major brands

The Get Sum is a 3-piece urethane-covered ball that offers the performance benefits of more expensive options at a lower price point. It is ideal for players who want to maximize distance off the tee while maintaining control around the greens.


Design and Technology

The crux of the Get Sum golf ball is performance and affordability. By combining the expansive golf experience of the Snell team, they have created a golf ball that give more spin to help players get a more balanced golf ball flight and hopefully reduce slices and hooks. Get Sum uses a Surlyn cover that reduces costs and promotes a soft feel .

PROS

  • The Snell Get Sum offers exceptional feel, distance, and spin control for a 2-piece golf ball.
  • Bulk pricing makes it easier for players to play the golf ball over a number of rounds and build consistency.
  • The Get Sum’s white and optic yellow finishes allow golfers to find their preferred look for in all conditions.

CONS

  • The Get Sum golf ball is not available in a test pack and will be difficult to try before buying.
  • 2-piece golf balls, including the Get Sum, do not offer the same level of performance as 3+ layer constructions.
  • Our testing did not indicate a significant reduction of slice or hook spin when comparing the Get Sum to similar performance options.

Our Experience

Evaluating 2-piece golf balls can be difficult. In general, it can be expected that fewer layers means less diverse performance, especially around the greens. I was surprised that the Get Sum featured high spin rates and exceptional control coming from a variety of lies and different ground conditions. I will not go as far to say that this 2-piece golf ball performed at the level of tour-inspired offerings, but I will say that without a doubt it is one of the most impressive Surlyn covered golf balls I have ever hit. Good  distance  with the  driver  and consistency with the short clubs make the Get Sum an outstanding option for golfers who need to  save money  to enjoy their rounds.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the key features of the Snell GET SUM golf ball?

The Snell GET SUM is a 3-piece urethane golf ball designed for maximum distance off the tee and greenside control. It features a low compression core, a mantle layer, and a soft cast urethane cover.

How does the Snell GET SUM compare to other premium golf balls like Titleist Pro V1 or Callaway Chrome Soft?

The Snell GET SUM is designed to provide similar performance to other tour-level balls at a lower price point. It offers good distance, high spin around the greens, and a soft feel off the putter face.

What compression rating is the Snell GET SUM?

The Snell GET SUM has a compression rating of 90, making it a lower compression ball than the Titleist Pro V1 (compression 105) but higher than the Callaway Chrome Soft (compression 65-75).

Is the Snell GET SUM a good ball for slower swing speeds?

The lower compression of the Snell GET SUM makes it a good option for players with moderate swing speeds who want to maximize distance. The soft feel can also help players with slower swing speeds launch the ball higher.

Where can I buy Snell GET SUM golf balls?

Snell Golf sells direct to consumers through their website. GET SUM balls are also available at some local golf shops and online retailers. Buying direct from Snell allows you to customize the play number on the ball.

Conclusion

These 2-piece golf balls offer the opportunity for player to develop their game without stressing about how much they spend if their  golf ball  comes up missing after an errant tee shot. Get Sum is unmistakably one of the best all-around performing 2-piece golf balls I have ever tested. Budget-conscious players that know they need to keep costs low to continue to enjoy their rounds should be considering the Snell Get Some golf ball, especially at the bulk prices.

Paul Liberatore

Paul Liberatore

As the Founder of Golfers Authority Paul Liberatore Esq. has spent the last 7+ years writing about the best golf equipment or instruction from the top golf instructors in the world. He has been a contributing writer for Sports Illustrated Golf and GolfWRX. After graduating with honors from Purdue University, he realized that he had a passion for the golf business and the law. When he's not practicing law, or creating golf content on YouTube, he can be found on his syndicated Behind the Golf Brand podcast talking with the most prolific leaders in the golf industry. 

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