Nick, Phoenix Arizona
I have been trying selection of balls over the last 2 years (pro v1, prov1x, nxt, e5, e6 and finally B330 RXS since January 2012). I had preferred pro v1 over others (except for poor wear on the urethane cover). I have been impressed by the performance of the RXS. I find same short game performance as pro V1, better distance and cover wear. Where ProV1 scuffs badly after 3 holes, a B330 RXS can last two rounds. I have also noticed slight scoring improvement in the 2 months that i have been using RXS. I put this down to slightly better straightness of ball flight on off hit drives. I actually switched out RXS with V1 and Penta TP black during recent round, and consistently found my drives to be straighter. I dont think any ball can work magic, but right ball can really improve your consistency. I have found the right ball with RXS. I play 2 rounds a week, shoot in mid 80s (best 76), I will keep using the RXS and recommend highly.
Ernie, Redondo beach CA.
I recently tried the Tour B330-RXS ball and have now taken all the Titleist Pro v's out of my bag, GREAT Ball. I also just purchased a set of J40 irons and I am extremely pleased with them, they are amazing. The Feel and playability is incredible. I have played forged irons for over 30 years and these are the best yet. Congratulations Bridgestone
i played the prov1 until i went to the online ball fitting service where they recommended that for what i want from a golf and club head speed i produced that i should play the Tour B330-RXS. after one round my scores didn't drop however i shot two over my handicap and i was playing on a course i have played only twice. i will defiantly be playing the tour B330-RXS from now on and i believe that my handicap will drop severely at my home course.
Jeff, East Lansing, MI
I used the B330-S but switched to the Treo Soft when my friend at the golf store I frequent suggested it. Now that they quit making the Treo Soft, I have gone to the B330-RXS. Tried the FIXX but was really disappointed in the quality and feel of the ball. So I will play this because I love the Bridgestone golf ball.
Jack, Myth, RI
Normally I play a Pro V1x prototype and shoot 105 to 115. I switched to the B300 RXS and shot a smooth 66 from the championship tees at the Mt. Olympus Club. It's magical what this ball can do. The next day I followed up my 65 with a 59 using only 7 iron and putter.
Robert, Houston, TX
I tried this ball for the first time and shot a 78, my lowest round ever. I usually score in the mid-80's. I got good distance and the soft feel was exceptional, a combination I truly enjoyed. I am now going to switch permanently from hitting random ball types. Let see if I could do it again next weekend.
Erich R, Great Falls, VA
Went and got a fitting at a local club today, and was recommended to me the RXS. i was surprised because my swing speed is consistently around 106-110mph. and were they spot on, i was hitting straighter and longer than my Nike 20XI-x and they feel softer which i like.....Bridgestone keep it UP!!!! i am a loyal customer now!
Roger Parker, Evansville, IN
I have been playing the B330-RXS all year long. It is really a good ball. I just won my Club Championship playing this ball.. During the tournament I made a hole in one for icing on the cake. You will not get me to change from this ball unless Bridgestone makes it better.
I went for a ballfitting yesterday at a demo day. I have been rotating between Burner TP, TP Red and ProV1x. The fitter suggested B330RXS since i have about a 100 mph swing speed. Today i hit an approach shot which landed hole high with a bladed pitching wedge and it stopped so quickly. I am still a taylormade/titleist guy but man i love this ball.
Andrew, San Ramon, CA
I have used PRO V1 for some time then switched to RX and gain more distance. I even won several local tournaments using this ball. RX tends to roll more especially on fast green. Now I'm using the RXS, loss a little distance but excellent in green control. Perfect ball for me.. Thanks Bridgestone !!