Summary: Great ball for a mid to low handicaps. The ball is durable and spins just enough around the greens to give you the control you need. Full shots spin well, but not too much spin. Driver distance is on par with other balls on the market. Put a good swing on it and you'll be rewarded. Lower swing speeds will enjoy decent distance as well. Overall, this is a great ball for any level of player. You can find them on sale for $20, so it's also a great deal.
Summary: I received these and it plays relatively as advertised. More decent handicapped player balls. As for the fact they're 'blemished', that's the one I have some difficulties with. They're priced accordingly but it's still tough dealing with the overwhelming presence of 'bleach', both in apperance and smell. Especially the smell. When the balls get 'wet' (dew. sprinklers, wet spots, or when you wash them), the cover turns 'yellow' (bleach effect).
Summary: As I am getting older, my swing speed has slowed down a bit. I have religiously been a Pro V user. But recently thought I would look at other options for more driver distance without loosing the approach performance of the Pro-V's. I bought a couple of sleeves last week of the B330-RX and hit them shot for shot against the Pro-V1x this past weekend. Here is what I found. Driver distance: Approximately 10 - 15 yds longer than the Pro-V. Great feel off the driver.