Summary: First tried these a couple of months ago, without doing prior research (i.e., reading product reviews, which I subsequently found to be difficult to find). The only aspect of the ball I was interested in, prior to buying, was the dimple size on the ball: I prefer small dimple patterns, which for me...
Summary: okay this ball actually plays better than it looks. Ordered the ball fromn some dodgy ebay site and wanted to return due to the shininess of the balls (looked fake). Anyway persevered and have played a number of rounds. Great of the tee, great off the fairway, rough etc. The green is the problem.
Summary: I am very impressed with these balls. I play the game pretty often and shoot a 7 handicap. These balls came to me as a gift and I tried them at a time when I was swinging the club pretty well. They travel as far off of the driver as any other ball I have used.
Summary: I got out late this fall to play 18 holes in the 46 degree weather and leaf covered golf course. Not wanting to lose a Titleist Pro V I found a Srixon Soft Feel Golf Ball in my bag. I do not know how it got there but boy was I in total shock with the performance of this golf ball.
Conclusion: Got a small sleeve of these to try out at the GK Rustic Canyon outing 2/25. I swing slower than a lot of people, so thought it'd be ok for me. I didn't find anything special about it, but nothing bad about it.
Summary: Great ball. Much like the SOLO, with a little softer feel around the green. It's not a soft feel like the Noodle Spin, but not as hard as the Noodle or SOLO. I would give it a 5 but its not perfect.
Summary: I got these because I heard Srixon were good balls. This ball is a Titleist Solo plain and simple. I think the Solo sticks greens better though. This ball seems to release about 5-6 feet while I can back the Solo up. Very good ball though in the distance/feel market.