Excerpt: This ball almost 1/2 the price of a Pro V but I feel like it plays just like one. My distance is the same and the spin on my iron shots seems to be even better. I've had to get use to landing the ball closer to the pin. Love it!!!
Excerpt: This is a great stepping stone ball for the advancing golfer. Two piece construction maintains stability off the tee. The soft urethane cover gives the spin control around the greens almost like a tour caliber ball.
Summary: It felt like hitting a rock with a driver but it felt great with 3 wood-putter. It goes high, long, and strait. I got it to back up on thr green a couple of times. I would like to see more workability.
Summary: Soft feel off the putter, excellent distance off the tee, and average durability (due to the urethane cover). This ball lacks something-- feels a bit light. I don't feel confident on and around the greens with this ball.
Summary: Knowing that this is a urethane covered ball, I decided to give it a try. I was expecting more from this ball. It is good with the driver and irons and all that, also putt great. But the spins around the greens are just not as nice as the higher end 3-piece urethane balls.
Conclusion: This is a review of the 2012 E5. I wanted to love this ball. I was excited at the idea of a urethane ball for less than 2 dollars a ball, but it's just not going to work for my game. This ball launches WAY TOO HIGH off the short irons and wedges. Pity.
Conclusion: This ball provides good distance off the tee. It has good feel for approach shots and chipping. Spin is excellent. Very durable. Will last a few rounds. Price is good. A box can be purchased for around $20. This ball is best for decent ball strikers, as the ball tends to spin a lot.
Excerpt: I have used several different (mid-priced) mostly 2 layer golf balls including favouries such as Srixon AD333 and Titleist NXT and Tour varieties respectively, but with each of these i would always feel like i'm sacrificing a part of my game..