Top-Flite's Newest Commercial
By Torleif Sorenson on 4/23/14
It is worth noting that in this 30-second, Top-Flite included only two brief looks at the actual product and only one barely-useful fact about their latest product.
And in an obtuse, detached sort of way, it is somewhat comforting to know that advertising and marketing people have not totally lost their sophomoric sense of humor.
Would you want your children to see this commercial?
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I'm pretty sure my 11 year old boy would laugh at this commercial, for hours, I personally don't think its offensive only slightly vulgar, and it is funny; but still I'm not sure its appropriate for general audiences.
I have a t-shirt that has a picture of a baseball with a lipstick kiss on it that says, "chicks dig the long ball" and I have been questioned by several people that think its sexual. So I guess it depends on the audience.
Quaint, but it's got nothing on that homo-erotically charged, prison-rape overtoned "Slazenger Raw" commercial from years ago.
"READY TO GET POUNDED"
At the end of the first video you can click on another ad that's maybe just a lttle more risque than the first. "Top Flite - Need Balls?"
Duke of Hazards says:
@beef - I totally remember that commercial although I never picked up on those nuances. That's hilarious.
joe jones says:
Hilarious. Reminds me of an old burlesque routine. How to play golf.Blonde instructor. First you take your ball and put it on top of a little mound of dirt. Then you take your club and wrap in around your neck and hit your ball as hard as you can. Student. God that must hurt something fierce. Routine went on for about 10 minutes with all kinds of double meaning including washing your balls etc.
why is the video private?
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