Bridgestone B330-RX Golf Balls

Slow Swing Speed | Soft Core & Feel

Posted by Robert

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Bridgestone B330-RX Golf Balls Well looky here… You've reached the top of the food chain of amateur golf balls. If you are looking at spending $40 on a golf ball, I'm going to assume you've got a pretty good golf swing and knowledge about golf balls, so let's cut to the chase.

This ball is Bridgestone's version of the Titleist Pro V1x. The biggest difference is the B330RX has a softer core than the Pro V1. This causes the ball to compress more and helps the slower swing speeds (club head speeds of 105 mph or slower) to launch higher. It will also help dampen some of the side spin which will take a little bit off of that hook or slice.

This is a great ball if you have a slower swing speed but can really appreciate the finer things of a high-end golf ball like the soft feel. As a matter of fact, Bridgestone touts this ball as "the softest multilayer ball on the market."

However, if you take a mighty whack at the ball like most of us single-digit handicappers, then you better stick with your Pro V1s. Both balls are comparable in price and are the pick of the litter.

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