David, Akron, OH
I tried the e7. It is just like Titleist Velocity and Nike Power Long Distance or Mojo. It gives you a super length of extra distance like about 10 to 30 yards more for every club plus the good feel in the cover and core around the greens. It gives the ball more roll when it comes off the tee to the fairway while it gives a good trajectory from low to medium in the air. I like this one as the e5, RX and RXS.
Marcus, Orlando, Fl
Purchased the Bridgestone e7 and let me tell you these definitely give you distance. My driver distance is normally around 240-260. Today, I was easily getting 260-285 yards. My irons played longer as well by 10-15 yards easily. Ball flight was mid to low penetrating trajectory, giving me more roll on fairways. I was unable to control the ball on the greens. This ball will not check up after landing on chips and wedge shots. You must land short of the green with the idea of rolling the ball to the hole. The ball felt great on impact with irons and driver. The ball rolls well when putting. Double dimples are not an issue at all. I bought 2 dozens for $40 as opposed to $27 per dozen. Great ball will probably change to e6, however I only lost 2 balls today. So that will be a while.
Aaron Anthony, Holland, MI
Love the e7. In my league my strokes have gone down and I made an eagle on the par 5 for the first time. I'm hitting 300+ yard drives and loving it when the other guys watch it go. Thanks B-Stone. Can't wait til spring.
Dale, Orange County, CA
I switched from the Q-Star, since the e7 is at least 10 yards longer on my drives. I love the harder feel and piercing trajectory. Cover does scuff a little more easily, but short irons and wedges stop faster than Q-Star on hard greens. Bridgestone, please make this ball in yellow like the e6!
Jim, Chicago, IL
I've played them all, but when I swing properly the e7 compresses in a manner that detonates off the club like no other at its price point. I play this ball on par 5s and long par 4s. I play e6s for straight flight on standard length par 4s. I play e5s on par 3s to take advantage of high spin so I can attack the pin and stick it. The e lineup is fantastic in my opinion!
P Weller, London, UK
I found an e7 last week while playing a round. Today, I decided to use it and see what all the fuss is all about. First hole, 285 yard par 4. I flew the green!!! Thank God for my short game, I saved my par. 2nd hole, I nearly drove the 320 yard par 4 2nd hole. In England, at this time of the year with the wind swirling, it is very rare to hit that long consistently. OK, I've hit longer drives with the ProV1x and HX Diablo TOUR in the summer, but I found the e7 is consistently long, resilient, and trustworthy. Yes, trustworthy!! I can trust this ball. Overall, I was very happy to walk away with a 79 gross today!! Happy days!!!
Jon, Lakewood, CA
First my stats: 11 handicap, 100 average swing speed/ 105-ish max, high ball/ high spin hitter. More importantly, I have never posted a product review until now. That's how compelled I felt. I have played the ProV1 and ProV1x but I was looking for more distance without sacrificing too much of the feel. Just played a round with the e7 and here are my initial reactions... WOW!!!! This ball is looooong (easily 20 yard+ over the Titleists). Driver/ 6 iron on one par 5. Surprisingly, great feel around the greens (scored my second best round at this course). Lower trajectory. The price was right. If you have the same player profile as me, I would urge you to at least try a sleeve.
Jerry, Louisville, KY
The e7 is the best ball off tee I've played. Picked up an easy 20 yards. Sorry Titleist.
Robert Dybowicz, Opava, Czech Republic
Perfect design, perfect performance = instant love
Steve, Goldsboro, NC
I use e7 and e6 and they are the best ball ever. With the e7 I hit longer drivers. With the e6 I hit straighter.