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 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.
Summary: I found one of these Trispeed balls while searching for my own lost ball. Put it in the bag and didn’t think about it again until recently. Pulled it out on the first tee and gave it a go. My previous experience was AD333 (which I wasn't impressed with) and the Z-Star range which are great but too good for me. First drive I was at least 20 yards further on than I normally am (with a Titleist NXT Tour). Thought – OK just a good hit.
Summary: Was playing Srixon's ZX Star, which i thought was the softest ball out there. This ball is just as soft, maybe a little more durable and works well for me. For a cheaper ball i didn't think i'd find a ball that felt good putting and chipping as well. The ball felt great. Will be playing these for weekend golf and switching back to ZX stars for tournaments. Great ball for the money.
Summary: This morning I decided to use a sleeve of the Srixon Tri-Speeds that I had in my bag. I bought a few dozen of these balls during a promotion a few months ago but did not use them during important rounds. Today for whatever reason I did and shot a '73' from the back tees. My handicap is a 9 so when I went to post the score it asked me if that was the correct score (nice feeling). I shot 2 under and birdied 4 holes on the back side and even chipped one in.
Summary: $29.99 per dozen avg score about 90. swing speed around 95 mph. 30+ years of playing. Used to play once a week, driving range once a week. Less often nowadays. 90's $29.99 per dozen, Golfsmith. Excellent ball. I've always played either the Callaway HX Bite or the Titleist NXT Tour, but usually the first one about 3/4th of the time. This ball compares favorably to both of those, as it is similar in play.
Conclusion: While it only lasts 2 or 3 rounds, the distance and feel are great. I find that this ball travels at least 15 and maybe 20 yards farther than the Pro V X1 and Nike 2010 in my opinion. It rolls great, does not get out of round and does not create a lot of spin. Looking for a distance ball with less spin and great feel, I highly recommend this one. I have been paying around $8.35 for a sleeve after tax.
Conclusion: What I like about it is the less spin off the drives, (nutty long) lower and more boring trajectory-- runs a little more down the fairway. It has a great feel because of its soft low compression. It is great around the greens as it has just enough bite and plays well for toss and run. Durability is good enough for at least 2 rounds per ball-- I guess you could play it more after, but I like playing it with its bright shine.