Srixon Z-URC Balls

Srixon Z-URC Balls 

DESCRIPTION

The Srixon Z-URC is the latest edition to a franchise that has been a part of remarkable performances on the world's professional tours. Designed for enhanced spin control without sacrificing distance off the tee, the Z-URC featured the softest urethane-elastomer cover we've ever developed. And at an astounding .020" thin, it is also one of the thinnest covers in the industry. Yet underneath this incredible cover technology

USER REVIEWS

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[Jun 30, 2015]
Clara Pummell
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Srixon Z-URC

My brother, Mike Smith, bought your golf balls to try. He normaly uses Titalist. He got a hole in one at the Woodyridge Golf Course in Shelby Ohio on hole 15 June 23, 2015. It was his first hole in one ever. He golfs on a senior league there on Tuesdays. I was so happy for him I thought I would post this in his behalf. Now he has me wanting to buy some and try them. He is very happy with your product.

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5
VALUE
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5
[Dec 12, 2009]
Jeff
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Srixon Z-URC

Excellent Ball, good with driver and long irons, Great from 100 yards in.. Nice spin and high launch give this ball great distance and stoppage on the green.

Similar Products Used:

I normally use the Callaway Tour IX
Titelits pro-v1

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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jul 09, 2009]
troy
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: srixon urc

first: the reason you spend more money on the high end balls is for the spin! otherwise you could really be happy with the Pinnicale Feel. they go far and feel pretty good but dont spin and there cheap! in my experience most of the high end balls are all compareable. they all spin good and go far. this is no exeption. the biggest difference is that you can find these on special from time to time including now for around $25 a dozen. well worth it to play with a high end ball. they go as far as the pro v1x and spin a little more. for those of us who have to pay for golf balls it is the best deal out there. my opinion is that anytime a high end golf ball goes on sale (nike, taylormade and srixon) snatch them up or you could pay the same price for a two peice ball that dont spin. its up to you!

Similar Products Used:

pro v1x, nike one platinum

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RATING
5
VALUE
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5
[Oct 21, 2008]
rlowery
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: Z-URC

This is a fantastic (and completely off of most people's radar for some reason) premium golf ball. Distance is excellent for a three piece ball and controls nicely around the green. This ball is a little harder than a Pro V1 and doesn't have quite as much spin, but for me, I prefer a nice firm feel at impact and the extra 5-7 yards distance that I gain over the Pro V1 is worth it. It still checks up quite nicely when struck well. Very quick one hop and stop action on a good wedge shot. Everyone is talking about the Bridgestone RX as the holy grail of distance and premium spin, but if you ask me, this ball has already been around in the Z-URC. The only difference is that nobody has really noticed. I highly recommend trying these.

Similar Products Used:

Pretty much all of them. This ball is by far my favorite.

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5
VALUE
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5
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