Excerpt: The ball model that these logos are written on , the AD333, is a soft feel medium compression ball that is no longer available. I loved this ball, & was so disappointed when Srixon stopped making it. It reminds me of the original Lady Precept ball that was also discontinued. To me, it has a feel that reminds me of the pro v1. I'm tempted to give it a bad review, just so that no one else will buy them, but I can't do it to my fellow golf enthusiasts!
Conclusion: I got a chance to play this ball and was impressed with its performance. It suited my game very well (18 index, avg distance with driver 220 yrds). I usually play other distance balls, but this had distance and spin that I normally don't get. Extra distance off the driver, good response off the irons, and some spin off the wedges, plus it had good feel off the putter. Got these free but will go out a buy some more.
Conclusion: Have used this ball now twice and it handles the way you would want to it has a good feel and has a great roll on the fairway and also has enough spin just in case your in the sand or rough. I have made it a point to try different brands of golf balls when I need to buy them and there are some that I would never buy again but this in one I would re-buy.
Conclusion: I got these balls at a local golf retailer on sale for $13.99 a dozen. I took them out last week and was impressed at the distance, feel and durability. In New Mexico, if you miss the fairway, you are in desert with rocks, sand and sagebrush. After a couple of wayward drives, the balls maintained a smooth cover and good flight. They also maintained their line in spite of a strong wind that had come up during the round.
Conclusion: Yes, the ball has ADD. It gets distracted from the fairway and just keeps going. Pretty good distance I got from these, and kept rolling after it hit the fairway (OK, the rough). I'd play them again if provided, but probably wouldn't be the first ball I'd buy in this price range.