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The NEW 2015 e6 offers a 326 Web Dimple Pattern and 3-piece Ionomer cover construction for softer feel and longer distance. The e6 is the softest multilayer golf ball in the market and is available in 3 color options – Optic White, Optic Yellow and Optic Orange.
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Bridgestone e6 Balls
As I have gotten older golf balls just don’t go as far as they did in my youth. Such is life. I changed over from a high spin ball (Bridgeston 330’s and Pro V1x) about a year and a half ago. Truth is, even as a 9 handicap, I don’t need this amount of spin around the greens. And I really don’t want it off the tee. I started with the Titleist NXT Tour and then to the Titleist Velocity. All in the search for extra distance. Found it with the Velocity but struggled around the greens. The ball is very firm (read hard). Decided to try these e6’s largely because of reviews in Golf Digest.
A good ball for those with handicap over 10.
A great ball. The ball does not seem to have as much spin which results in more fairways and lower scores. Most players do not slice/hook or fade/draw the ball on purpose resulting to extra strokes. Now, you can still loose the ball one way or another, but is seems less extreme as a proV. One downfall I see is stoping the ball on the green. I generally get the ball to stop immediately and back up a bit, this one releases about 5-10 feet. Likely a result of minimal ball spin. I would recommend for any player over a 10 handicap.
I love these balls! I typically play Callaway Warbirds or Titleist, but gave the Bridgestones a shot and played a wonderful game. I certainly could have just been playing really well, but I noticed a significant jump in distance off of the tee as well as control in the short game.
I’ve typically use the Srixon Q-Star balls. I found these to be very similar in performance. One thing I like better about the Bridgestone’s is the cover appears to be a bit softer, which gives a better feel in the chipping and putting aspects of my game. I also prefer the yellow color of the Bridgestone’s over the Q-Stars, which have more of a flatter, less glossy look to them.
Fantastic Golf Balls
I have been playing these golf balls for quite a while now, at least a couple years. They really help me keep it straight off the tee, as that is something I struggle with in my golf game. As for approach shots and around the greens, they don’t have ridiculous amounts of spin, but have good stopping power on full-length approach shots. Pitching and chipping lends a bit more roll-out, but nothing unmanageable. These golf balls have helped me improve my golf game, and in turn lower my scores. would definitely recommend to anyone looking for increased accuracy off the tee and not demanding high spin rates on approach shots and chips/pitches.
Longest and straightest golf ball I have ever found (driver speed in mid 90s). My only negative is I can’t spin these, so some of the approach shots roll out too far (but I will learn). I had always been single digit handicap, but as I got older and played less I have always looked for advantages to stay in the groove, these clearly help my game with staying in the short-stuff. First round out, shoot 43 and 37 for an 80. They fly straight on less than perfect shots and added a little distance (10ish yards to driver).
Knowing that golf ball technology gets better every year, I was hesitant to purchase these. However, so far, they seem great! I am one who doesn’t thoroughly notice the different in golf balls when out golfing (unless it’s a very drastic difference in ball vs. a Bridgestone or ProVI), these seem to hit just fine.
Hi VIZ balls
Everyone laughs when I pull out these orange balls until I never have problems finding them on the course. You’ve all done it, hit it right in the fairway and you still can’t find your ball or you think you found it but it turns out to be someone else’s. Not an issue with these. I know some folks will pay with yellow ones in the fall, but I’ll play orange all year round.
Great golf balls. High quality
My husband loves these golf balls. He’s been shooting them for years.
Easiest color to find!
Reason I play these is because they are the easiest to find out of all the other colors, period. If you have trouble finding your ball, get these.