Summary: In looking for a less expensive option to my "go to" brand, I found the Trispeed Tours on sale at a nationally known sporting goods store. I have found this ball to be very long off the driver with a little less spin. Off the mid to short irons the feel was on the softer side and I could get the ball to check up reasonably well. This is a fine ball at half the price when on sale. I will definitely use these again.
Summary: I normally score about the same number of rounds in th 70's and low 80's. I live on a golf course with a pond directly behind my house. I'm always finding balls so I get to try different balls. Yesterday I tried a Srixon Trispeed after I had enjoyed using a Srixon Star. Playing with two members I had six birdies with two bogies for a 68. My best round to date.
Excerpt: I wanted a ball that was easy to see and I still wanted a better ball than the cheaper ones offered.By chance I bought these.Didn't think much about it I just went and played in some winter like conditions.After two rounds I was rethinking about my positions on the greens and realized I was very happy with the performance of the ball.I am a 9 handicap,I just missed 2 holes in 1,one was 161 yards the others was 240yds.The secound round I was 3 ft shy of a double...
Summary: I have tried several Top end balls, from cheap to mildly expensive, and this ball is 1 of the best I\\\'ve ever hit. For a soft ball, it still gets good distance and chip shots are good on the green.
Excerpt: Adding my two cents worth. Very nice ball. Had played the NXT Tours a lot and Nike Tour Ds as well and this ball stacks up much better. Same or better distance the NXT Tour but less sidespin unless you really want it and a little quicker stopping on the greens. Putts very nicely. May wear a little more quickly than the others but the feel and performance make it worth it. Game ball now. Yellow color is easier to pick out as well.