Had a launch monitor session at the local golf course and wanted to get my swing speed, etc. Also tested balls out to really see which one is the best for my game and I tried the Wilson, Precept, Titleist and the FIX. What I found out was that at my swing speed (80mph) the FIX was the ball for my game. I was very glad that I use this ball. I have used this since it came out last year. This session just reinforced my decision to play the ball.
This FIX is a great all around golf ball that won't hurt the wallet so bad when you hit it in the timber or water, which would be hard to do in most cases. It flies very true to the hit you apply. I would like to see it spin more on the green, but it just doesn't happen that easy for me. Great ball and I hope Bridgestone won't soon go trying to change it again.
Jack, Bremerton, WA
I agree. This is a very good golf ball. Hit my longest drive ever last weekend (220) and it really does a good job around the green. Feels just as good or better than the e5 to me (20 hdcp). This is my new ball and what a great value. I'm sticking with Fix for sure! Try it and see. You won't be out of pocket.
I've played the Pro V1's and the B330-S model. I got the xFIXx golf balls as a gift and decided to give them a try. I am a 6 handicap and these golf balls perform quite well in every category of my game. They feel good coming off each club in my bag and I was worried it would feel like the old Top-Flites. These balls just shoot off the driver. A good ball for the price.
John, Morehead Ky
I admit the fix is NOT the best ball in any aspect of the game, however it is good enough for every aspect of the game. NXT (discontinued) was my ball. The biggest difference is the FIX stops on the green, from a full swing approach, in about half the distance of the NXT. Most importantly, it grabs the green with a low spinner pitch shot. Not all premium balls do that. Please don't change the FIX.
Ibai, Zarautz, Spain
A great ball. It's long and it stops really well on the green. I've even got some backspin, although greens are soft right now. Today I got my best result 77, on a par 68 local course. It is similar to the e6, although not as straight.
Very good ball for me - it is a straight and long ball but it can be worked very easily in either direction if you have those abilities. I played blades and NXT Tour up until about two years ago, age finally caught up with me. I now play with Powerbilt TPS Cavity backs, mid-late 80's. This ball feels softer than any iron-ball combo I have ever played. Distance and trajectory are extremely good. Great ball for anyone with a mid-slow swing speed. Noticeably longer with irons and woods than tour grade premium balls.
Dave, Marco Island, FL
Has all the attributes for seasoned players to perform up to the individual's levels, again! Will it ever be available in yellow? This would really help the visually challenged Senior players.
Larry, Hixson, TN
Good all round ball, goes straight and it is long too, not to mention it's the first ball I have played a entire 18 hole round with in a long time. (22 handicap). Spin is above average for a two piece ball.
Gordon Mobley, Beaumont Texas
After 40 years of playing I just made my first hole-in-one with Bridgestone xFIXx