Dan, Nebraska Panhandle
I found one of these about 2 weeks ago. I hit my taylormade ball out of bounds and pulled this one out. I was just trying to keep this one in play and almost drove the green on a 330 yard hole. I usually hit in the 260-280 yard range. Yesterday we had a 10mph wind. Into the wind I was still hitting the ball close to 280. On a par 5 straight down wind I had a 364 yard gps verified drive. This ball goes forever and is still soft enough for the short shots.
Found one in the woods a couple of weeks ago and today with the blowing wind nobody could come close to the 150yd markers off the tees. My taylormade balls just seemed to die in the wind so after 5 holes thought I would give the brdigestone ball a shot. My normal high straight dives which died on impact went to low and straight with added roll. Everyone else was at least25-50 yards behind and Im 20-30 yards past the 150s even into the wind. Gave away a dozen tarlormade balls and heading out tommorow for the Bridgestone E7.
Kent, Fredericton, New Brunswick
I have been using Bridgestone Balls for the past two seasons. This year, I tried the new E7+ and have added an average of 15 yards to my drive. I have also noticed an increase in yardage and accuracy from my fairway woods. My score has improved from high 90s to high 80s. GREAT BALL!!!!
First day to play with the e7+ and it definately does fly lower.....tried the e6+ first, but because I play with a 13 degree Nike SUMO 5900 I needed to keep it down a little and this ball does help. It seems most balls that are hit in the sweet spot go about the same difference; however, since this ball flies lower, it rolls farther, which will be even better when the grass gets brown and the ground harder....it is my ball now. Get your own....
Rob, KLamath Falls, OR
I just recently started playing the e7+. I hit it consistently straight up the middle and at the pin. That wasn't always the case before I switched to the e7+
The E7+ ball and its lower trajectory make playing windy mountain courses so much easier. I recently switched to the E7+ and found that I can play on the windiest days and still hit it long and straight (even while hitting into the wind). The feel of the ball around the green is also impressive. Thanks for the great ball Bridgestone!
Bought a 3-pack from the course. Lost the first hit because I smoked it right through the dogleg into water, perfectly straight, low, and long! Probably the longest ball I've ever played. Great for hard hitters.
With all due respect to the other "windy" locations, there is no wind like a Montana wind. However, the E7+ brought my "balloons" down to the proper trajectory and 10-15 + yds distance with ease at half the price. Great all-around,Thanks Bridgestone!!
Jared, Fort Worth, Tx
I have been playing for the most part the E5+ ball and at the time it was a very good ball...I went to a golf shop and decided to purchase the E7+ because I have pretty good distance with my driver usually around 285-300, but played with this ball and the average drive that I hit in the fairway was around 290 and with a personal best of 340 on one par 5....also I had better pin point accuracy with this ball with my low irons hitting the green...GREAT BALL
Kenny F., Kuala Lumpur
Fantastic ball, my drives averaged 5-10meters further than e6/5+. On the feel side, I would much prefer e6+ but nevertheless, E7's will be choice for longer range and windy courses. Keep up the good work!