Dave, Pleasanton, CA
Been playing e6's for 5 years. Tried the RX's for a couple of boxes, went back to e6's, because the RX's did not perform as well for me. Price is fantastic compared to ProV1's, Callaway's, TM's, and any of those so called pro balls. If your swing is not professional grade than those "tour balls" will frustrate and also break your bank account. Golfers need to compress the ball to obtain their desired distance, approach spin, etc. GO e6's...
Joe, Poole, UK
I was playing a difficult course in France recently when, on the first hole, I hit my TM ball into the trees on the approach shot. I didn't find my original ball but I did find a shiny e6 instead. I played with that ball for the rest of the round and have honestly never played better from tee to green. The ball flew so much straighter than normal. It was almost like an outer-body experience! I'm sure that most of the credit was due to some recent swing changes but I'm *sure* the e6 ball was definitely helping. It is the first time that I've ever thought that the ball made a difference. Have just ordered a dozen e6 balls and am looking forward to using them.
Frenchy, Victoria Australia
My handicap was 12, now it's 16. Could not work out why. Tried every ball with same result, then my mate gave me a Bridgestone e6. Well what a ball. Will never change from them. Golf great, handicap is dropping, and I feel great after the game on the 19th hole.
I am a 73 year old golfer and since retirement have been able to play more often. Have always shot in the 90s. Have had less than 5 rounds in the 80s throughout my lifetime. Took the online fitting guide and it recommended the e6. Since I have tried most all golf ball brands and it made no difference, I thought why not fall for the hype again and bought a dozen e6. Have played 6 straight rounds with the e6 and all have been in the 80s (82 to 88) on every round (with one eagle on a 4 par). I rank the e6 as the best ball I've ever used for my playing ability.
Wayne, Huntsville Ont, Canada
I tried the e6, now I would like to try the e7. The best balls I've ever used.
Dale, Berea, OH
After playing Titleist DT Solo for most of 2013, I returned to my former ball, the e6. What was I thinking? The feel and control of the e6 is incredible and just what I needed to step up my game. In fact, while playing a round with my club pro, he asked to try one. At the end of our round he said, "By the way, you're not getting your e6 back."
Stuart, Bradford, England
Was given two e6s before my monthly medal comp and it was the best round I have played. Went straight off the tee with good flight. I then went out and bought myself a dozen more. They're a great ball.
Zachary, Katy, TX
I normally shoot 97 or 98, so when I managed to make par on the hardest hole on the course, I was ecstatic! No mulligans or anything! Not to mention, I gained 20 yards! THANK YOU BRIDGESTONE, I will never switch back to my DT SoLo!!
Loose fitted to the e6 by the Bridgestone rep. I am a 16 handicap. The e6 reduced my fades and draws. One week later, I shot my best round ever of 73. This is a great ball for folders who want to straighten out the flight of the ball. Now my friends are calling me a bagger. I play 3 to 4 times a week. Look out handicap. Looking forward to Florida play next week.
Patrick, Alexandria, VA
Love the e6! Combined with my long drive and golf lessons, went from a 195/215 drive with driver to 223-235 yard drives. Both of the latter drives were computer measured (223 Bridgestone Ball Fitting measured) and GPS measured (235 GPS measured) drives. Bridgestone fitter went back and forth with the e6 and e5 and suggested after watching my swing and comparing numbers on the computer to go with e6. Have been hitting them long and straight ever since. I was using the Titleist Pro V1 before, and it definitely was not a forgiving ball and I wasn't getting the distance I was hoping for and was totally using the wrong ball as an average golfer. Swallowed my pride and used a 'regular' golf ball, but what a difference. Highly recommend going to a fitting if you can and love Bridgestone... who would have thought?