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David, Glendale Arizona
I started in golf 50 years ago as a caddy at a private course in Chicago. I've heard many stories of golfers describing their first hole in one. I have witnessed quite a few. Now I finally understand the thrill and surreal filling that goes with watching a ball go in. At Bellair G. C in Glendale, Az., hole #15 121 yds. with a PW and a Bridgestone E6+. I switched to get better distance and direction control. I am 62 and an 11 hdcp. looking forward to more in the future. THANKS BRIDGESTONE.
Bob, Westtown NY
I switched to this ball last year when a friend gave me one to try, I liked the way it felt coimg off the putter. I purchased a dozen and they appeared to respond better off the driver and with shots into the green. And this last week I scored my second Hole in One of my 52 Years of playing golf using the E6+. Thanks for making a good product.
Alan, Fountain Hills AZ
It only took 45 years. Yesterday, I made my first hole-in-one on the 5th hole on the Cholla course at WeKoPa in Fountain Hills, Arizona. With a 5 handicap I never thought I'd play that many years without one, but the wait is finally over. A 7 iron from 164 yards landed 10 feet short, took one hop and roll right in. Later in the same round I was fortunate enough to chip in (using a different RX, of course) off a severe downhill lie to an elevated green from the short-side. The RX does what you say, long off the tee with great feel around the green.
Ron, Hartford City Indiana
WHAT HAPPENED TO BALL FITTING IN INDIANA??? TRUST ME, WE PLAY GOLF IN INDIANA. PS. I HAVEN'T SWITCHED TO BRIDGESTONE YET.
Richard, Alexandria Virginia
I went to a ball fitting conducted by one of your reps. He asked what I was looking for in a ball. I hit some shots and he gave me some samples. I thought well, I got a couple balls out of the deal, we'll see. Took the balls to the course and conducted my own test. (hey, I'm the one who knows my game (6hdcp). So if you look in my closet at home there are four dozen e6+'s and two dozen b330rx's. (got to use those for certain times and places). Only one box left of the 'other guy's' ball. These balls work. I'm 62, straight hitter, still use a two iron, play 2/3 times a week, more distance, more control, no ballons, AND MORE FUN! Thanks!
Gary, Hartsville SC
dear bridgestone, HARTSVILLE,S.C. for the past several years i have played only titelist pro v1x and have good results but after seeing your ads i was curious to see what was up with all the hype. i have to say after i switched to the Bridestone E6+, i was very impressed with the performance off the tee and around the green.GRET PRODUCT.
Maureen, Tucson AZ
I live on the 1st hole of Saddlebrooke CC in Tucson AZ. Since we are about 150yds out, about 6 balls a week end up on our patio. One day I found a Bridgestone and really never heard much about them, but decided to try it out. Well, several months have passed, I now buy my own. Especially now that I had my first hole in one in Arizona this past Saturday. One hop and in and I retired THAT Bridgestone Tour B330-RX!
Frank, Yuba City CA
Hello Bridestone, This is my bridgestone success story. I have been playing golf for 40 years and I am currently a 6 handicap. I have played every ball on the market and just did the bridgestone challenge and was told that the B330 Rx was the ball for me. So I played the Rx ball my next to rounds and shot a 73 my first round and then shot my career low of two under par 70 this past weekend. I am confinced that the new bridgestone balls are the best on the market.
Tom, Laguna Niguel CA
I traded one sleeve of Titleist ProV1 for a sleeve of B330 just to give them a try. On my fourth hole, a 210 yard par 3, I recorded an ace! The ball flew true and rolled in the cup. Buying more Bridgestone balls was the cheapest thing I did that day.
Christopher, Beverly Farms MA
I enjoyed playing four years of collegiate golf for the Hamilton College Varsity golf team. I played Titleist ProV1s for most of my college career, however, one of my teammates got me to switch to the Bridgestone e5s for my last few rounds of collegiate play. I will never forget my final round of college golf. I was playing Oswego CC and came up to the 18th hole, which was a 163 yard par 3. I pulled out my 9 iron and an e5, and ended up dunking my last shot of college golf for a hole in one.