These balls are great. By far the best distance and soft feel.
Justin b, Dallas
I started using bridgestone balls about a year and a half ago. I started with the e6. It really is a wonderful ball. You get a ball that doesn't spin too much off the driver, but will spin around the greens. As my game has improved, I stopped losing as many balls, so I switched to the 330-s. I love them too, I just hate losing them!!!
Charlie, The Woodlands, TX
thought my new Taylormade driver (replaced Callaway) was my latest waste of money until I switched to a dozen e-6s...From the first tee the ball flight was long and straight yet good off the irons too. Putting was as good a feel as the ProV-1. Sorry Titleist, you've lost me. Hello Bridgestone!!!
Paul, Western Massachusetts
Having been playing Bridgestone ball for the last two years. Started with B330-S (my tournament ball)) and the E-6 is more my everyday ball. Really like the Bridgestone - holds up well, no loss of distance, and great feel. Fellow single digit handicappers at my club who've tried them - like them. Bridgestone makes a ball that is every bit as good as anything Titleist turns out.
Dave, New Hampshire
I've been using E6+'s that I've found interchanging with prov's and NXT tours. I slice them all but I really believe the E6 give me the best flight/distance of the three. My daughter just suprised me with E6+'s for christmas and I can't wait for opening day
Colin, Perth Western Australia.
Sorry. Can't see what the hype is about. I considered this ball after reading the comments on this site and frankly, very dissappointed. felt like a brick and travelled about as far. Consistently 2 clubs shorter. Probably the worst money I have spent on golf in the last 15 years. Oh, and I know full well that you won't post this on your site but I feel you should know. After 4 rounds of using the ball too...
Mike, Dupont, Washington
I'm 57 and I've played Titleist since I was 9 years old. I switched to the e6+ this year and won my club championship . The Bridgestone line of balls will help your game, I guarantee it. Oh ,I won a club championship the previous two (2) years, but not by 9 shots.
Dave, San Jose, Ca
I found a Bridgestone ball (don't know which model) on the course I was playing. I hit a 300 yarder and had 200 left to the green. Chipped on and one putt for a birdie. This ball is longggg....I'm a big pro v fan but Bridgestone may be my ball of choice. Boom, Boom, Boom as the commercial suggest.
Brian, Hanford, Ca.
I took up Golf about 2 years ago and have truly fallen in love with the "addiction to stress" that it provides. After experimenting with and losing alot of different balls including Noodle, Callaway, & Titleist a local club pro recommended I try the E6+. This ball really works for me. It has a great feel off all my clubs including the putter, and I do actually believe it has helped my ball flight. I especially like the fact that the cover feels soft, but does not get torn up while playing. My first golf round two years ago I shot a 127 (ouch!), and last week I carded an 84 so my game is improving and I will continue to use and recommend the E6+.
I like this ball for my game I started with the e6, I have been playing the e6+ ball all year. I consistently hit more fairways and greens with this ball,some of my golf buddies have changed after trying an e6+ for themselves. Keep it going Bridgestone, I'm sold.