When are ball manufacturers (are you reading this Titleist?) going to have sense enough to use double numbers on golf balls? Do they realize that numbers go beyond 9? How hard is it to stamp a double number (ie 10 through 99) on a ball with the modern manufacturing techniques they use? (answer: not at all)
I am thoroughly sick of people not knowing which ball is theirs because they are almost all numbered 1, 2 or 3. It's even worse now because everyone plays Pro V1 which I play. I love this ball but if anyone started selling balls with 2 numbers I would probably switch to avoid the aggravation. And don't tell me to mark the ball because Sharpies don't permanently mark balls so i stopped doing that. In fact I might switch to an off brand that no one plays soon since that's the only way to get a unique permanent mark on the ball.