REVIEW: iGC Subscription Service (Mullybox)
The value of the iGC subscription service is really tied to the golf balls. Those really are the main component and the most costly golf accessories that it purchased on a regular basis. iGC makes their own 3 piece, urethane cover premium golf balls. For $19 for 6 they are fairly similar in cost to most premium balls on the market. At $31/dozen, they are lower priced than most. There are still a few brands that beat them, but these balls also come with the accessories so they offer a solid value at the price. I played 5 rounds with these golf balls and on the golf course they play very similar to a ProV1. The FlightScope Xi-Tour Launch Monitor shows them being really close. It spun a little bit more off the driver and a little bit less off the wedges.
The other iGC accessories are nice, but nothing to really “wow” the subscriber. The 10 tees that comes with each package are nice but not really necessary. I played 1 tee for 5 rounds and it shows no signs of ever breaking. I do like getting a glove regularly since I do get them pretty sweaty in AZ. The iGC glove is really nice, soft and fits well. They currently don’t offer cadet sizes, but just standard S-XL. The mesh bag that the golf balls come in saves the ball sleeves and also can be used as an accessory bag after you’ve used up the golf balls. The other accessories that they show on their site might be just what you are looking for, or might bounce around the bottom of your golf bag for the entire season. I just depends if they handpick something that works for you or not.
For more information: intelligentgolfclub.com/
+Premium golf balls
+Monthly subscription options
–No control over accessories
–6 golf balls don’t go very far in a month.
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