Summary: I ordered these Bridgestone Golf Balls for my annual golf trip to Myrtle beach, S.C. I have purchased these from you before and been highly satisfied with them. A great price for a top quality ball.
Conclusion: Tried this ball a few times and finally switched to it from a Pro V. I'm 56 years old and an 11hndcp, so I need all the help I can get. No cost savings, but the ball definately is longer off the tee and fairways. Almost a full club difference, with an addl 10-15 yds off the tee.
Conclusion: Very good ball. Used Noodle+, and NXT before using the B330-RX. Now able to hit draws and fades much easier and stops much quicker on the greens. Increased my drives by nearly 20yds average. Really like this ball and best I've used in my 53 years of golfing. Hdc 7.2
Bridgestone B330-RX , A tour style ball for non tour players
nolldesertgolfer, The Greenskeeper
23 June 2010
Conclusion: I have been playing this ball for about two months. I have dropped my handicap from a 12 to a 6 just by switching balls. I was playing the Srixon Z-URS(a good ball,similiar to pro-v 1) and switched after reading about the B330-RX.
Conclusion: I've played ProV's for years. Never thought any ball could come between me and my ProV's. I have a very strong/fast swing speed, yet the RX feels/performs fantastic. I'm thoroughly impressed with the durability of this ball. Just AWESOME.
Conclusion: Been using them because I was told they held the greens well. They do. Bridgestone has come out with an improved dimple within a dimple design so you can find these for a reduced price while they last. I found them at Dick's Sporting Goods for $29.97/dz.
Conclusion: Tried this ball. It is as advertised. Longer off the Tee. Has a heavier "feel" to it. Really liked the way it handles when executing different shot shapes. Biggest draw back for me is the cost per box - a bit pricey. Would not want to lose too many balls and replace them at the current rate.
Bridgestone B330-RX Tour Quality Balls for the Rest of Us
xenmeister, The Greenskeeper
6 December 2008
Conclusion: Someone finally made the Pro V1 for the rest of us–a tour quality ball that doesn't require a tour quality swing. While not officially available I was lucky to find that the local Roger Dunn had stocked up for the Labor Day weekend. I was too excited to leave this balls in the box.