Reviewed by: Charles Lavene(Unregistered User)
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Bridgestone Treo soft
Summary: I bought this at Dicks Sporting Goods...They were on sale for $15 a dozen and I had a $10 coupon, so $10 dozen total. I shot 79 first time using them...I thought I got more distance with my irons and ball flight was VERY straight. Also, held the greens well. I have used "discounted" Pro V1 and found the Bridgestone to be just as good if not better. I am going back to get another 2 dozen for $30!!!
Summary: Picked these up for $12.99 @ Academy Sports. They are as good as any of the $15 to $30 balls. It performs about like nxt/nxt tour or srixon soft feel or the e-6. Good ball for anyone just playing amateur golf.
Customer Service: did not use
Similar Products Used: e-6, e-7, e-5, nxt, nxt tour, srixon soft feel, and top flite feel.
Summary: Very good feel off the irons and driver as well. Fantastic spin capability near and around the green. However, does seem to scuff up easily, played a sleeve thru 18 holes and all three were scuffed fairly heavily. While I like the ball I probably will continue with the Titleist HP2's and Srixon Trispeeds. Good ball but scuffs a bit prematurely.
Similar Products Used: Titleist HP2 and Srixon Trispeeds and SoftFeels
Summary: No one in So Cal had these balls and I found them while on vacation in Hawaii and picked up a box. Like them over the E7. Has a softer feel and held the greens better than the E7. No where near as good at the 330RX, but half the price. The E7 also seemed to scuff up allot. Great feel off the irons, woods, and putter. Give them a shot.