Summary: THE BESTT BALL I HAVE PLAYED AS A MATTER OF FACT THE ONLY BALL I WILL PLAY I JUST HOPE THEY CONTINUE TO MAKE THEM BEST DISTANCE OF THE DRIVER BEST FEEL OFF ALL THE IRONS FOR $60 DOLLARS U GET 4 DOZEN
Summary: Love this ball, not quite the Titleist ProV category, but holy-moly at Dick's these bad-boys are 2 dozen for only 30 bucks. I get great distance out of these and a good soft feel with irons and around the greens. For the price, I'll stick with these !!
Summary: I bought this at Dicks Sporting Goods...They were on sale for $15 a dozen and I had a $10 coupon, so $10 dozen total. I shot 79 first time using them...I thought I got more distance with my irons and ball flight was VERY straight. Also, held the greens well.
Summary: Picked these up for $12.99 @ Academy Sports. They are as good as any of the $15 to $30 balls. It performs about like nxt/nxt tour or srixon soft feel or the e-6. Good ball for anyone just playing amateur golf.
Summary: Very good feel off the irons and driver as well. Fantastic spin capability near and around the green. However, does seem to scuff up easily, played a sleeve thru 18 holes and all three were scuffed fairly heavily.
Summary: No one in So Cal had these balls and I found them while on vacation in Hawaii and picked up a box. Like them over the E7. Has a softer feel and held the greens better than the E7. No where near as good at the 330RX, but half the price. The E7 also seemed to scuff up allot.
Summary: Can only concur with the previous post. Nice feel off all clubs with the bonus that an ordinary player like myself can get the ball to check up on greens, can't usually do this with a 2 piece ball. I actually kept one for a complete round, however, it was scuffed up and is now for putting practice.
Conclusion: Yes its a hard ball like all Bridgestones in my opinion but still performed like a champ out there. Found a shag off the tee box at a pretty hard course near by and gave it a swing after losing my first ball.