A golf ball for 95 100 mph swing speed is a ball that is specifically designed to be used by golfers with a swing speed of 95 100 mph. These balls are typically made from a harder material than regular golf balls, and they often have a dimple pattern that is designed to reduce spin and improve distance.
Titleist Tour Speed Golf BallsTitleist has created the Tour Speed Golf Balls to provide golfers with incredible ball speeds off the tee and the fairway while still providing a softer feel and optimised short game spin.
This golf ball has been designed this a new reformulated core that delivers incredibly high ball speeds easily so that golfers can launch the ball down the fairway and make longer approach shots to the greens with much more ease and consistency.
The ball speed that can be generated with this golf ball has been paired with a new dimple design that has enhanced the aerodynamic design that provides a penetrating flight trajectory for longer distance shots.
To ensure that golfers have plenty of control and feel on every shot Titleist has designed this golf ball to feature a urethane cover that has been engineered to deliver optimal greenside spin for precise short game control for greater performances on the greens.
Overall, this Titleist golf ball is a high-performing option for any golfer to use and is a is a great year-round golf ball that can help golfers looking to improve their performance in all areas of their game without having to pay for more expensive options.
FeaturesReformulated core delivers high speed. Reformulated proprietary casing layer helps maintain low spin in the long game. Proprietary Titleist Performance Urethane (TPU) generate exceptional greenside spin for short game control.
346 quadrilateral dipyramid dimple design provides penetrating flight trajectory for long distance.
A good product. The price is fair. High handicap golfers like myself get zero advantage from high priced golf balls of any brand. ALL golf balls have gone through extensive testing by the golf associations (USGA, PGA) and show equal length regardless of price.
The expensive balls have better spin control which is no advantage to high handicappers. For us this price range is perfect no matter the brand.
Volvik S3 Golf BallsFeatures include a patented VU-X urethane cover provides soft feel for shots played on and around the green. Created for maximum distance for players with swing speeds 95-105 mph.
Three-piece construction with an oversized BISMUTH core for optimized performance. Low spin rates off a driver create enhanced distance. Designed for mid trajectory on full shots and maximum spin around the greens.
336 dimple design. Volvik compression rating of 85. Available in 12-ball pack.
I am very happy with the Volvik golf balls and Carl’s Golfland. The product arrived on time (even early) and was exactly what I ordered. This purchase was for a gift for my daughter and her husband and they were both delighted with the quality and color of the golf balls.
Many thanks to Carl’s Golfland who now have an extraordinary web site and online ordering that is easy and understandable to navigate. I believe this will be the start of a long and happy relationship.
I hit the ball consistently. I think it’s because they have a great feel & very easy to hit. I tend to have a lot more confidence, when I play with these balls. I’ve been using them for years and I will continue.
My favorite are the white crystal. They are so easy to find. I can always pick out mine immediately. I purchased the multicolored, for something different.
Iâ€™ve got the vivid colors and have tried the volvik crystals. Iâ€™ve had luck with both of em. Letâ€™s keep this quiet. Donâ€™t want to many to find out about these. Picked up 15 more yards and always in the middle.
Whether off the tee or around the greens, the new Soft Feel lives up to its namesake. With it, youll experience a solid yet comfortable impact on every swing, giving you more confidence as you address each shot.
FastLayer Core With a soft center that gradually transitions to a firm outer edge, the FastLayer Core gives Soft Feel Brite incredible softness and great distance off the tee. 338 Speed Dimple Pattern To get more distance overall and better performance in the wind, Speed Dimples reduce drag at launch and increase lift during descent.
Soft, Thin Cover Provides more greenside spin and softer feel on all pitches, chips and putts.
I have been on what seems like an endless journey to find the right ball for me. Key word me. I have tried ALL the top brand tour balls regular and their X version. Yes those are great balls when and if you hit them well.
I don’t play professionally and don’t plan to but i still want to play decently out on the course. I decided to go the opposite way and try a much less expensive ball and stuck to a ball brand that I trust and that professionals trust as well.
Srixon makes great golf balls and do love their Z star line, but don’t like to lose them especially for the price of each dozen. Even with the buy one get one sale it adds up when you lose 4-6 balls per round and play 2-3 times a month.
Enter Soft Feel from Srixon. Right away I will tell you I do lose these as well. However not as often as the premium tour balls. These soft 2-3 piece lower compression balls do spin less off the driver.
Minimizing those occasionall slice drives and shots. These seem to keep me in play 3-4 more times per round. They feel great both off my woods and irons wedges and putter. They do seem to go father and or at least as far as I hit the tour balls.
Where they lack however is around the greens. You might need more loft or hit it a bit lighter then normal to keep it from rolling away from you around the greens. I’ll take the trade off for keeping me in play off the tee to having to play it a bit more carefully around the green.
Great value as it won’t sting to lose an expensive ball and have to take a penalty as well, this ball is great for my game and has a lot of value.
I used to work at a golfstore and I loved to try out all the different models we offered. The Srixon Soft Feel has always been a favorite of mine. As my game improved I thought that I should transition to a urethane coved multipiece ball to improve my shortgame.
I’m a fairly weak iron player so a decent shortgame has been the key to lowering my handicap. It’s has become a popular opinion in media that everybody benefits from the more expensive urethane coved ball but I have found it to be quite the opposite in my own case.
I always struggle with consistency when using a urethane coverd ball. Sometimes they spin to much and other times to little. With the Srixon Soft Feel I never have this problem as the difference in behaviour is minimal between a perfect strike and a not so perfect one.
From now on I will stick to 2 piece balls and the Soft Feel as it has the best combination of characteristics of all the balls I have tried.
I am now [Male] 79 and been playing since age 11. In my prime, I was an 8 playing 2-3xs a week, 9-18 holes. B/C I have had some health issues, the past 3 years, my handicap is 18 with a swing speed of 71-73mph.
The past 3 years, I have used the SF lady playing winter league indoor golf, here is WI. I also have stage 2 COPD. What can I say about the SF Lady? I like the feel off the club, stays straight with my swing, and my launch great.
With this lower compression ball, I am getting 5-10 yds more in distance. Yes, I have tried other low compression balls, but the SF Lady is where it is at, for overall performance.
Ideal for golfers that are looking to hit the ball farther comes the Callaway Superfast BOLD Golf Balls. The Superfast is built with a Hybrid cover with the innovative PARALOID Impact Modifier that will maximize the distance with a high launch and low spin.
These balls provide a soft feel, durability and outstanding greenside control.
I ordered a dozen Callaway super soft yellow balls. I play this ball regularly. Low spin, hits straight and long. I can see the bright yellow better than any other colored ball. I am completely satisfied with this ball! I had them personalized with an alignment line and 3 letters “—— JOE ——“.
It looks good out of the box. That looked good for about 9 holes. It faded and wore off and my name was unreadable after 18 holes. The original ball markings are still good after 4 rounds with that ball.
The personalization is just a light smudge. I usually play one ball for multiple (4-6) rounds with “JOE” written on it with a sharpie. Sometimes I have to remark them. The personalization is sub standard, and just creates a smudge or blight on the ball.
Please find a way to make it last as long as the other writing on the ball. As it is, it’s worse than not having it. Joe,.
The new e6 from Bridgestone is designed for the golfer who prefers a softer feel to their ball. The e6 Soft offers accuracy and distance gains on longer strokes and optimised greenside control with a superior feel for an enhanced short game.
The e6 Soft is a high-performance golf ball that has been designed to create a lower spin rate on longer shots; the lower spin rate keeps the ball on a straighter flight path and promotes more run out on the fairways.
I am a high handicapper that has been playing Noodles and other bargain golf balls. I have been playing better lately so I thought I’d try these to see if I could notice a difference in distance and consistency.
I didn’t think I would be consistent enough to notice a difference. I did. I normally average 170-180 on a drive. My first drive came in at 205. My next drive was 193. My 3 wood is usually 160-170. I used it twice in the round.
First shot went 180 and second shot went 193 (uphill). They feel great, maybe the softest ball I’ve tried. I honestly loved the performance first time out.
Great ball for price. Spin rates are a bit lower which can help if that’s what you’re looking for. Ball is extremely soft which takes getting used to if you’re not expecting it. Great ball if you’re looking to keep an easy swing while keeping some of the distance.
Haven’t played in the cold with it yet but will likely be my go-to in late fall.
A faster tour ball with incredible performance in the wind due to Mizunos drag reducing C-Dimple. Soft and responsive around the greens with a 4 piece construction and high traction urethane cover. Low driver spin for downward attack angles.
Very nice golf ball. With my mid 90 mph ss, ball performed well in some very windy conditions. For what it is worth, I play to a 7 hd p. Excellent trajectory on all shots and held the line very well.
It was as long for me compared to the AVX. Held greens on half and full wedge shots. Not the spiniest but very good. Several shots hit and maybe a foot or two roll out. Felt very good off all clubs. A little softer feel than AVX but solid with all clubs.
It sounds a bit “clicky” on a milled face putter, but I prefer that over a marshmallow feel and sound. Given price point, I may change this year. Been playing AVX for several years now. A very good ball, but I really like the carry and overall performance of this B 566 V ball.
Bought these on recommendation from a close golf buddy. We have similar games and played the same ball until he switched to the RB Tour X. He loves them and now plays them exclusively. So, based on his impression and the fact we preferred/played the same ball, I pulled the trigger and got six dozen of the Tour X’s.
Couldn’t pass them up given the price and a pretty hefty discount for buying six dozen (way cheaper than the one I was gaming). Well, that was a big mistake! These have to be the worse golf ball I have ever played.
Which is saying a lot since I’ve been golfing for 30+ years. First the cover – It feels great around the greens, but one bunker shot or that first pured iron and it’s cut with groove marks Second – Lack of distance.
Thought it was my imagination at first, but compared them to two other brands on the GC Quad and they are consistently 15+ yards shorter of the driver and a club difference shorter off the irons Third the feel – The only reason they get 1-Star is because the feel around the greens.
Very similar to Srixon’s Z-XV. Just a little less clicky. Other than that, they feel like a waterlogged dud. Heavy off the club face and no explosiveness whatsoever.
Very decent ball. Everyone will have their preferences but this worked for me. Not quite a “clicky” as its predessessor. It’s just, above average at everything, at around half the price of most premium balls? Soft enough; Long enough; straight enough.
You get the drift? It seems reasonably robust too as I’ve played one round with it, didn’t lose the ball and it’s still in “good nick”.
Get tour ready performance with the RB Tour X Golf Balls from Mizuno. The TB Tour X are the most premium ball offering from Mizuno Golf, designed to improve responsiveness and to increase playability around the course.
First time I used this on Florida golf course. My drive usually have a baby fade about 2-5 yards and this one a lot straighter and gained about 5-10 yards (may not be significant, but I’ll take it). When I hit a draw, it’s even longer (10-20 yards).
I love it and will be intermittently using it with my other preferred ball (lot of spin on greens) until my swing speed changed. Cover scuffs quickly though, other than that, it’s a good ball.
Bought a dozen of these to try out. I had heard that previous Mizuno balls were very prone to cuts and scuffs. I used the same ball for nearly 14 holes, until I hit it into the woods, and found that it held up very well and was reasonably responsive for shorter yardage shots given the caliber of ball.
Would recommend for those in the market for a nice 2 piece ball, an upgrade over the average “trunk slammer” golf ball for close to the same price.
The Q-Star Tour is a premium, lower-compression golf ball with a urethane cover designed especially for golfers with moderate swing speeds who demand the performance and feel of a tour ball. Easier to compress with lower driver spin for impressive distance and accuracy on full shots.
Soft feel and enhanced greenside spin control. Low drag design improves flight performance for longer distance with more control.
For a bogey golfer like me this ball is right in the sweet spot as it performs and holds up well. and for those that do find the water or go out-of-bounds the price point is easy to stomach. I find it has a great trajectory and on shorter chip shots doesn’t run out as much as some others I’ve used – but that being said I’m also prone to playing bump and run rather that trying to get it to land where I want.
It has a nice soft feel off the putter too. For the price. it’s definitely worth it.
I’ve used for a few rounds now and I’ve been very pleased with the distance. The only reason I did not give this ball 5 stares is that the performance around the greens while adequate, was not up to the standard I expected.
The new Bridgestone e12 CONTACT is straight distance you can see! The true game-changer is a new CONTACT Force dimple, which features a unique structure with a raised area in the center and an outer portion that slows horizontal rotation during flight.
The raised area allows for 38% more contact with the clubface at impact than traditional dimples, yielding a much more efficient transfer of energy and improved core activation. The result is faster ball speed and straight distance with every club in the bag.
Available in white, matte green, matte red, and matte yellow colors.
This is an honest review from a very average golfer. I am able to play once a week but have no time to practice due to work/life constraints. I need a ball to make my shots go straight. Bridgestone e12 Contact seems to work for what I need it for.
I got straight shots with my old driver and long, straight shots with a Cobra F7+. Good response with irons and wedges. Just my opinion, this seems to be a lively ball for putting. Good response off the putter face.
I guess I can see what people mean about not being a “pro-level” ball, but I’m not good enough to know that kind of feel anyway. If the ball is in-play and I’m not losing balls, I’m happy. The Bridgestone e12 Contact is better than I am.
My new favorite golf ball. Worth the price for me. It’s the go-to ball I’ll be using from now on. Just a recreational golfer, by the way. Don’t even really keep score. Just doing it for fun and exercise.
It’s a family game. Spending time with my sister, a new golfer, and grand-nephew. Seems a durable ball, I will add.
I am a big fan of these balls. I have used the E12’s by Bridgestone for a while as I feel that they provide a consistent feel and flight for me as a relatively high handicapper (low-mid 20’s). Being a higher handicapper, I ordered the red balls to assist with following the flight of the ball against the sky and inevitably help finding the ball resting in the longer grass.
This has helped a lot, especially in thicker rough courtesy of La Nina. Every time I head to the course I get the inevitable ‘The Crows will love them’ statement. So far water has accounted for 2 and Crows none.
Great feel, consistent shape and distance with quite good feel around the greens. I like these a lot.
I am 71, and a 14 index. I play twice a week. My drives have tapered off from 230-ish to less than 200 yd. over the past few years. I have mostly played ProV and similar balls the past 5 years. Most have a compression of 90 or so.
I have researched the pros and cons of different ball compressions relative to swing speeds and decided to do my own testing. Today I played 3 balls for 6 holes each. My swing speed is 85 mph or less.
Don’t let your ego get in the way if your swing has slowed down with age, or if it’s just slow to start with. The Wilson Staff Professional is a 60 compression. The Bridgestone E12, a 50 compression.
Callaway Super soft is a 40 compression. Driving averages were close. The Bridgestone E12 was the longest at 210. The Callaway and the Wilson averaged 203. The Wilson has a bit more spin as my fade was there for each drive.
The E12 has a nice launch angle and is nothing but straight, straight and straighter. They market it as a straight flight ball and it delivers. The Callaway launches the highest of all and is a little mushy off the driver.
However It produces straight drives and a few slight fades, but alway found the fairway. The Wilson checks up on the green just like a ProV. The Super soft has a very high ball flight and thus drops and stops very well.
The Bridgestone E12 has less spin (keeps it straight I guess) and will check up 12-24 inches from the divot which is acceptable for me. I like the Callaway Super soft, and love watching that super high ball flight.
If you have a faster swing than I do, you will love the Wilson Professional, it plays like a ProV only softer. However, for me, the Bridgestone E12 feels best off of the club, is longer, and is so straight it’s unbelievable.
I didn’t get my drives back to 230, but I did pick up 15 or so yards that were lost, and I hit every fairway with the E12. Also found that the Red Matt color is very easy to track in the air, and find in the fairway or rough.
Ultra is known as the original distance golf ball. The new Ultra 500 Straight ball has a high energy core and a low friction cover that work together to produce low driver spin and hook reduction by 3-4 yards.
Features Ultra is known as the original distance ball Ultra long distance through an advanced 2-piece construction Ultra durable cover designed to reduce hooks and slices.
I’ve used the Wilson 500 for years, always a good feel off my clubs. I can tell when I make solid impact and have control over the ball. The vis yellow is nice on longer rough areas. love the quality and the price.
I am 54 years old and a high handicap, weekend golfer. My coworker golf partners make fun of my “cheap golf balls, but you know what, last week I had the best score of our foursome! And I usually out drive them.
And, when I hit out of bounds, I don’t hold up play searching for my expensive ball. You’ll hear comments how these balls don’t have the ” feel” around the green. But I see other guys “skulling, and making poor chip shots with their premium balls.
So, unless you are a low handicap golfer, that can truly take advantage of specialized premium golf balls, I highly recommend these.
Designed for both amateur and professional golfers with driver clubhead speeds ranging from 95 to 110 mph, aiming to reach their maximum carry distance off the tee while maintaining maximum spin and feel around the green off the wedge.
The new Vice PRO features an adapted KIL-putting line for better visual perception of alignment when addressing the ball. The extra-long and highly visible “Keep In Line” (KIL) putting line with sharp edges has been developed in collaboration with amateurs and teaching professionals to meet the highest putting and alignment needs.
The extra-thin cast urethane cover allows for a sticky and controlling feel off the wedge. Golfers will benefit from more spin around the green. Tested by a swing robot at the independent “Golf Laboratories” in San Diego, USA, the new Vice PRO achieves higher ball speed off the driver, more carry and total distance at reduced driver spin rates compared to its predecessor.
The Vice PRO 2020 shows the highest wedge spin rates within the entire Vice PRO series. The number of swings to test impact durability at factory have been increased by 25% to allow for higher longevity.
I highly recommend these cleaning cloths for any and all glass cleaning. If you wrong out the water as best you can you will not have any streaks at all – mirrors- car windshields- window cleaning is a pleasure.
I did my whole house with a bucket of water and one rag. Plus you can wash them in your washer and air dry them. I bought them for Christmas presents last year for my kids and a couple of close friends.
I’m a big fan of buying reconditioned balls, as they’re pretty pricey brand new. I’ve bought a number of balls via Amazon and they’ve always been well represented. These balls from Walmart we’re not at all near mint condition.
As a matter of fact, most were scuffed, a few were very damaged and only a handful were near mint condition.
I play to a 4 handicap so I have tried every performance golf ball on the market in an effort to get drop and stop performance with my wedge approach shots. This is the only golf ball that provides the best performance and distance for a great price.
I have hit many more full wedge approach shots to 10 inches since switching to the Vice Pro ball! More than ever before!.
2 dozen golf balls. Smart-Core technology reacts to your swing speed. On short shots, it provides you more spin and control. On long shots, it allows less spin for maximum distance and straighter shots.
2-piece construction with a highly durable cover. Compression 85. Layers 2-Piece. Dimple Count 432. Packaging 24 Ball. Ball Type Distance, Feel. Cover IonomerAn intelligent distance ball, Smart-Core delivers a firm response off the tee for maximum distance, and a soft response around the green for exceptional feel.
I have had a chance to play these Smartcores for several rounds and I can say I am impressed. I am mid-high handicap (can’t putt), swing speed is mid 90s and I am driving these around 265. I have been testing many balls in this compression and price range and these feel the best to me.
Iron play is true distance and these balls seem to hit and stick or slight backspin on well hit short irons. Putting is predictable as far as distance, I can not seem to read left and rights, personally.
I leave puts just left or right of the hole typically never long or short. Cover durability is excellent, hit cart paths and out of bunkers several times with very minimal wear. They do seem to pickup grass stains.
I played a couple holes using both this smartcore and prov1 with the same exact shots and I personally didn’t see deviations that made any difference. I’ll def play this ball for the foreseeable future.
If your not particular about your golf balls these are great. They give you distance but hold the green and feel soft around and on the green. I’ve been using them for years. We have tight golf course with water so inexpensive is good.
Unfortunately they’ve gone up a couple of dollars since last year but still a great deal.
I have had the good fortune to hit several golf balls from the same tee box. I hit 3 each of: Pentacle Gold Wilson Duo Wilson Elite Fifty Noodle+ Long and Soft Wilson Smart Core Wilson Titanium Titleist Velosity Titleiest ProV1 Precept Laddie I found that, in order of distance, these balls performed as follows (from shortest drive average to longest drive average) Precept Laddie Wilson Fifty Elite Pentacle Gold Wilson Duo Titleist ProV1 Titlesist Velosity Wilson Titanium Noodle+ Long and Soft 1st Place — Wilson Smart Core The Wilson Smart Core consistently carried 15-20 yards farther than the Wilson Titanium and about 10-15 yards farther than the Noodle+ Long and Soft.
I have tried this set-up multiple times (at least 10) and get the same results every time. If you want extreme distances on your drives, go with the Wilson Smart Core and practice some “Lag” drills to gain more velocity (club head speed) and you will be hitting them straighter and farther than you ever thought possible.
In December, my average drive was 160-170. After practice and more practice, plus practicing LAG drills, I have increased that drive average to 260 yards with my max drive being 274. Now, these Wilson Smart Core are harder to control within 20 yards of the green or so because they offer a little less control.
Putting is excellent. If you want Distance on your drive, and a straight drive, go with the Wilson Smart Core. They Even feel good off your irons, although you will have to iron down a club with these balls.
If you are willing to give up around 10 yards on the drive for more control/finesse around the green, go with the Noodle+ Long and Soft. You won’t have to club down as and will get more control around the green, but it’s really up to the golfer as to what they want around the green.
I have been able to adjust my 56 and 60 degree wedge swing for the Wilson Smart Core and if I’m within 5 yards of the green, I use my 7 iron or choke down on my 5 wood and use as a putter to “hop” the ball over the fringe.
Seems to work just fine. I went from shooting an average score of 101 a couple of months ago to shooting in the 80’s almost every day this past week. The Smart Core will give you the distance to reach greens in regulation.
I have Progressive Relapsing MS with balance issues and a loss of strength. My club speed was measured at Edwin Watts as an average of 85mph. I was matched with an RBZ fixed driver with a 9. 5 degree loft and an R Flex shaft.
I am hitting BOMBS now. As with any ball, if you can’t hit your irons. at least from your 7 iron down, you will hardly ever see your golf score drop. Practice with the irons people. Take time to find your tempo and learn to hit your irons and wedges.
Learn the art of the PUTT! A 1 or 2 putt is definitely better than a 2,3 or even 4 putt. Back to the balls. I carry two different balls in my bag. Wilson Smart Core and Noodle+ Long and Soft. Depending on the hole I’m playing determines which ball gets used that hole.
The USGA allows you to switch back and forth between balls, BUT ONLY BETWEEN HOLES, you start a hole with a ball, you finish with that same ball. If I know I will need some finesse around the green on a shorter Par 4 or a Par 3, I may use the Noodle+ Long and Soft.
On Long Par 4’s and Par 5’s, I use the Wilson Smart Core. Considering that there are only 4 Par 3 holes per course, and very few short par 4’s, the Wilson Smart Core gets the most play out of my bag.
After all, on an 18 hole course, you only hit your driver 14 times and those are the most important 14 shots in your golf game. It determines your tempo for the hole. Like I said, I carry the Noodle+ Long and Soft and the Wilson Smart Core in my bag.
Hit them long, straight and in the fairway with Wilson Smart Core. You won’t be sorry.
VERO X1 features unprecedented accuracy for scoring from the fairway instead of the rough. This is the result of an oversize core and unique formulation along with a dense metal-infused mantle, leading to enhanced perimeter weighting.
The result of the OnCore Vero X1 is increased Moment of Inertia (MOI) of the ball, which reduces side spin and achieves low spin off the driver to promote great distance with accuracy.
I’ve used OnCore Golf balls before and decided to try these babies out. Wow it’s all I am able to say. Very great distance and feel and much better price than Titleist Pro. Will be rocking these from now on.
Found an OnCore ELIXR yesterday – had it in the cart ball tray until I reached the 350 yard par 4 18th tee box and thought â€œwhat the heckâ€ , I hit the ball. WOW, hit the ball a tad left one bounce in the fairway through the waste bunker stopped just short of the hazard.
A 100 yard pitching wedge sailed high and straight stopping 6 feet past the pin. Missed the birdie putt, but no longer will pay the high price for Pro Vâ€™s now that I am a loyal OnCore XLIXR fan!.
The OnCore Avant 55’s are the best balls for my game that I’ve ever played. I’m 70 years old, with around a 21-22 handicap. They sound quieter than anything I’ve ever hit, feel softer, fly straighter, and go a little longer.
They seem to give me more control around the green. When I let friends try them, they get hooked too.
The Titleist Velocity golf ball is designed with extremely low spin to maximise distance on every shot in the bag. A new higher speed LSX core produces faster speed and this translates to deep downrange distance for your game.
Designed to fly higher, new performance aerodynamics optimise flight for more carry distance. The new Velocity is designed for longer distance and higher flight for greater stoppability into the green and is suitable for golfers of many abilities.
These balls are AMAZING. Increased my driver distance by at least 25 yards. No wonder they are sold out. Playing on Tuesday. Hope to find some someplace before then. I had ONE and never tried them before.
The Titleist Velocity is by far and away my favorite golf ball. It gives me a lot more distance on my drives than any other ball Ive playefvelocity is by far and away my favorite golf ball. It gives me a lot more distance on my drives than any other ball Ive played with.
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This spring I have got some Bridgestone new Tour B line balls. I found them really good for my game. However, they are expensive. The much cheaper Bridgestone Extra Soft Golf Balls serve extremely well, still provides great distance and good control.
I also found that the durability of these balls is outstanding.
Golfers of all levels will easily generate distance with a high trajectory ball flight without sacrificing feel and spin – no matter what the conditions. These premium balls include a Saintnine Mental Mate animal logo.
The Mental Mates is designed to provide you with a better state of mind, which will help you improve your game! Urethane cover creates premium feel and spin control Constructed to create maximum distance to spin ratio Next-Gen core with high energy performance 322 Dimple construction MENTAL MATES Golf Is 90% Mental And 10% Physical CONFIDENCE Lion Have the CONFIDENCE to achieve your lowest score.
FOCUS Crocodile Have the FOCUS to take the round one shot at a time. COMPETITIVENESS Eagle Have the COMPETITIVENESS to overcome any obstacle. POSITIVITY Puppy Have the POSITIVITY to tame any negative thoughts.
I received a sleeve of Saintnine golf balls during a recent tournament at my course as a door prize. I had never heard of them. I usually play any ball with the word “SOFT” on it. I am 70 years old and have a very slow swing speed.
I tried these balls and it was love at first swing! The Saintnine balls flew straight and even a few yards longer than the “SOFT” ball I had been playing. The Nex-Gen Core is the key to more distance and the Urethan cover is soft on the hands.
The short game has improved beyond belief due to the spin the Saintnine presents. I liked the first sleeve so much, I ordered 2 dozen from RBG to start the season. Hope you try and like them as much as I do.
Ball plays well, have played with the same balls multiple times past two weeks no cuts, bakl flys well, no complaints. Love the logo for easy spotting on course. Was supposed to get a complimentary hat w order but was not included.
Super Long. Super Straight. Super Soft. The new Callaway Supersoft golf balls are a long, straight distance ball thats incredibly soft, with an ultra-low compression core for fast ball speeds, and super low spin and low drag.
Fast Ball Speed and Increased Accuracy from the Ultra-Low Compression Core Advanced core promotes low spin for longer, straighter flight on full shots. Longer Carry and Longer Distance from new Low-Drag HEX Aerodynamics New HEX Aerodynamics are optimized for a lower spin rate to reduce drag and enhance lift for increased carry, higher flight and longer distance.
Enhanced Feel and Increased Greenside Control from the New Softer Cover New softer Trionomer cover formulation with a low compression for better feel and greater shot-stopping spin.
I purchased 3 dozen Chrome Soft golf balls. I purchased their highest rated balls, which they said were like new. 8 of the balls had serious blemishes, the kind of scuff the happen when the ball hits a concrete cart path, so those went straight into the shag bag.
Several more had discolorations, possibly from being in the water. I was pretty disappointed with my order, since I was expecting “like new” and received “obviously used”.
Bridgestone Tour B RX 2018 Distance to outperform the competition and Accuracy to help you find the fairway. The enhanced distance of the TOUR B RX comes from increased ball speed as a result of the proprietary core construction and enhanced aerodynamics.
The TOUR B RX gets accuracy as a result of lower side spin from the gradation core construction. Tee through green the TOUR B RX is designed to give you confidence on the course.
I have played this ball and the past 2 generations of this ball, and must i say it is the best ball that i have ever played with. with a close second being the TB X by Bridgestone, this ball has given me the best performance, spin, and game that i want as a player.
I love having stopping power and love seeing backspin on shots on the green, so when i play this ball i know that i can get that. with the first generation it was probably too much spin along with me being a high spin player.
But Bridgestone has really outdone itself with the past 2 generations, they have keep the ball in a good relative spin window. Except this generation excels on the driver, it has the best feel and control in combination with distance.
i have hit all of my best drives with my driver and 3 wood with this current generation ball. if you are looking for spin this is the ball for one, if you like distance and spin with a softer feel then other premium balls this one is for you.
So I bought a sleeve of three both the RXS and RX. Hit too many bad shots to with the RX to give them a fair shake (my problem, not the balls). The RXS though ended up being what I used the rest of my round.
Off the tee they felt. great, but the distance I am not sure was quite there. However I dont think this was the balls fault as every shot was in to the wind and course was wet so 0 roll out. However.
iron shots are just absolutely pure with these, and around the green. just perfection. Buttery smooth on chips and wedge shots. Plan to pick up a full box today. If these were in the 35-40 dollar range.
I would never play anything else. 50. 00 I feel is too expensive for a dozen. My usual ball are the vice pro’s For what its worth my iron swing speeds are in the mid 70’s to low 80’s. Drive upper 80’s to low 90s mph.
I’ve been playing the Titleist V1 & V1x for well over a decade and Im a 7 handicap. I decided to give these a go and after about 5 rounds so far, I can honestly say they’re just a bit longer off the tee & irons vs.
The v1x (my normal ball). This is the ball Freddy Couples is using. I wanted to give it an honest test now that I’m not hitting it as long as I used to when I was younger. I rarely drive one over 280 nowadays.
Did I gain a magic 20 yards vs. The v1x? No. it’s maybe just a few paces longer and I’ve had the opportunity to hit both balls on the course back to back. as well as comparing my drives to where I “normally” am in the fairway with the V1x.
It also is great around the greens with ability to stop and I must say. off the putter-face. it’s softer for sure.
It is designed to produce low driver and long iron spin for incredible straight distance. The advance mantle and cover work in unison to provide incredible approach and greenside performance. Engineered for straight distance.
The construction of the E6 is combined with the new delta dimple.
My handicap hovers around 24 to 25, and I tend to miss to the right. I played Friday and was happy with all my tee shots. I have played this course six or seven times and one shot sticks out in my mind.
It is a 350 yard hole with two large trees in the middle of the Fairway about 150 to 160 yards out that usually give me trouble. I hit a low screamer that landed about 240 yards out after splitting the trees perfectly.
Will something similar happened next time I play that course? We’ll see. But I have been playing this particular ball off and on over the past two years and have really liked it. I finally settled on it and purchased 6 dozen of them from these guys.
I typically like the 3 layer tour grade balls with either the surlyn or urethane cover. The e6 soft is also 3 layers but with a iomer cover which is a tad harder than the previous two in my opinion, however, the ball does not feel hard on contact.
this ball is long and straight off the tee and when hit on the sweet spot of my club face, with explosive distance. I have found that even with shots that are slightly off the sweet spot or minor mis-hits, this ball does not slice nearly as much as the tour grade balls which tend to spin more.
The results have been impressive and had added about 10 yards to my drives and about 5 yards to my irons. The only downside is that these balls aren’t cheap! meaning that they are almost the same price as the Bridgestone 330’s so if you’re looking to switch balls to save money, this is not a good option.
For beginners, my suggestion is to buy inexpensive 2 layer balls or used golf balls.
I typically play ProV1’s, but decided to try some e6 softs after finding and playing one. I was expecting straighter drives, but also more roll out when hitting the green. I have found this ball to be long and straight with the driver, but have been very surprised by how well it stops on the green.
Full iron shots either stop dead or take one hop. Chips also check up well. The ball is a little more “lively” off the putter than I’m used too, but I’m getting used to that.
The construction of the e6 SPEED is combined with the new Delta Dimple. Designed to allow smoother air resistance around the ball and to resist pop ups, the Delta Dimple is designed for straight distance.
The e6 SPEED is a high-performance ball with remarkable initial velocity. The core is designed to provide faster speed and low spin off the driver for straight distance. Core to cover, this multilayered ball delivers optimum performance from tee to green.
Feel what it is like to gain accuracy, distance, and a decisive advantage over the competition. The accuracy of the e6 comes from lower side spin which helps give you more control of the ball on every shot.
Bridgestone Golf started making golf balls in 1935. As part of the worlds largest tyre manufacturer, Bridgestone Golf leverages more than 900 rubber polymer science engineers worldwide to produce high-performance products.
I have used the Bridgestone E-6 ball since it was introduced and loved its combination of distance and workability. When the E-6 Speed came out I decided to give it a try, purchasing a dozen of them along with another dozen of my E-6’s.
One round with the Speed and I gave away the dozen E-6’s I am over 70, getting closer to shooting my age, but was held back by decreasing distance ( I blame my grandkids, the more of them I have the shorter my drives).
These new E-6 Speeds have me back in my 50’s , they are twenty yards longer and I love them! One drawback caution; they are less workable than the older E-6 ball, and , though I do hit a high approach they do not hold a green as well.
The distance gained is an overwehelming plus though and I now play more run ups to compensate.
hit longer straighter drives than i have in years, i’m 79 and they went like when i was 59. a good 15-20 yards more. sounded great too. also good hits on my irons went farther and straighter, at least one club longer and they are not immune to curving-i got i nice draw without trying to a couple of greens.
they roll straighter on putts too- i swear it’s true-i was dropping almost everything and getting close on long ones. only complaint is durability, the cover chips and scratches easily when ball hits cartpath or trees.
best i can do is 18 holes with them, sometimes only 9.
This is a very durable ball first off. I have an issue spending a lot of money on a golf ball only to have it scuff after just a few hits. Fortunately, you do not have to spend a lot of money on this ball.
I feel this is one of the best balls that a player looking to improve their current score can get their hands on. It is longer, straighter (off the box) and has a soft feel off your club. This ball also spins great on the greens too.
I thought that I would loose this going from a higher spinning ball to this less spinning ball. Try them out while the price is still low, I don’t think these prices will last.
I play the ProV1, but was a ProV1x player back in the day before Titleist switched them. Since then my game hasn’t been the same. I bought these because of some online reviews and tests. I played the Maxfli Tour then I played the TourX.
The Tour played just the same to me as the ProV1, but the Tour had a more penetrating flight and the roll out on the fairway was decent. I assume this is because it has less dimples than the ProV1 and ProV1x.
The green action is solid but nothing to get excited about. On dry greens these tend to leak a little 3-6 feet for me. The TourX has the same dimple pattern as the Tour and is a 4 piece ball. For some reason I just play this one better.
It has a penetrating flight like the Tour and the green action seems to be better for me than the Tour. I like to chip around the green with a 52 or 56 degree wedge and now I can get it closer to the hole without going past.
Sometimes I forget I’m playing a Maxfli. The durability of these golf balls are very good. Better than most premium golf balls. Unless you are hitting cart paths every hole, then these will last you through the round.
They also do a precision test on them before they stamp them to give you a “true” line for putting. The TourX is the ball I’ll keep playing until Golf Galaxy and Dick’s gets rid of it. The deals they offer for this ball is great.
Picked up a dozen to try out after seeing the top ten rating at MyGolfSpy. The ball performs every bit as advertised. My mid-swing speed (7 iron155-160) found this ball spinning as well as the TP5 I used previously.
I did not see any additional yards off of the driver and the green side spin is great. From 100 in, this ball is a one hop and stop when brought in low. As for the alignment aide, I don’t use it. I have always putted using the blank side of the golf ball up.
Now for my only gripe and its a very small one. It is a very “clicky” sounding ball. It sounds hard like a two piece ball of old when you don’t catch it in the middle of the club face. That said, I just ordered the big box.
I saw these golf balls, 2 dozen for 60. 00 and decided to give them a try. I brought them to the course today. Simply wow. I couldnt believe the performce of these golf balls. I would compare them to a prov1 x.
And 20. 00 cheaper. Great distance , great spin, great durability (barely a mark on them) I’m going back this weekend to buy more.
The conclusion of a golf ball for a 95-100 mph swing speed is that the ball will travel a great distance with a high degree of accuracy. The ball will also have a high degree of spin, making it ideal for control and accuracy.
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