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Ron, Clermont Florida
Hello Again, I wrote to you earlier and did not tell the whole story on my Hole-In-One. I started playing when I was 14. I'm now 58 and retired. So you can image on it felt on my first. Fred, to you remember your first? Do you remember how it felt. I was so shaken on the next hole I double it. They say once you get one they start coming easy. I like the BridgeStone ball and I played the rest of the round with it. I just bought 2 dozen of them this week. I like them that much. Fred keep up that great swing and score in the Champions Tour
Ron, Clermont Florida
Local Golfer from Clermont, Florida scores his 1st ace. Ron Voss shot his hole-in-one on Monday, April 27th at the Palisades County Club. Using a Bridgestone ball for the first time scored his ace on the Seven hole (127 yds.) using a seven iron. I will now play the Bridgestone line of balls
Phillip, Durango Colorado
I tired this ball after going through your online ball fitting. It is the most responsive ball I have ever hit. I hit it long, it is soft off the putter & it spins off the short irons. Great price as well. I am only sad I did not switch when this ball came out.
Jason, Grayson Georgia
After gaining nearly 20 yards off the tee and a full club length with my irons I'm a die hard Bridgestone fan. The feel around the greens is far superior to any Titleist out there. Now I don't have to settle anymore for the same ball as everyone else, I have found the better choice. I now don't just want to meet and talk to Mr Fred Couples, but would welcome any possible opportunity to play a round with him. Thank you for a better ball, it is a most welcome change.
Bob, Avon Park FL
About a year ago a friend stopped on his way back north. After playing a round he gave me a sleeve of e6 balls with his company logo. I left them in my bag for a couple of weeks as I always played Titleist and do not like change. Finally I tried them and really liked them. I have been playing the e6 and sometimes the e7, as I hit a very high ball, and my handicap has gone from 22 to 17. On May 2, in a Flight Tournament, I shot my personal best score of 73, one over par. Not only has my handicap gone down but my distance and accuracy with all clubs has increased. Thank you Bridgestone.
Will, Columbia South Carolina
Thank you bridgestone. I swiched from the Titliest Pro V1 to your Bridgestone e6+ and added an average of 25 yards to each club. I als ohave great feel around the greens now that I have swiched. Thank you.
Dan, Alexandria VA
I recently attended a ball fitting at Hilltop Golf Club. The next day I returned to play a round with the e5+. On the first hole, a par 3, I scored my first birdie. I've been waiting 12 years for that bird!
Frank, Fresno CA
I saw the booth at a local demo day for the ball fitting and thought it couldn't hurt. While waiting for my turn on the monitor two J33 drivers and was amazed with their performance. I was matched with the B330-s and used them to drive two par fours I had never previously been able to. I couldn't keep the driver out of my head so when a second demo day came around today I purchased and am now anxiously awaiting a j33 of my own. Thanks to the ball Bridgestone staff who showed me the light.
Bradley, Allardt TN
I tried the e7+ balls before but never really noticed much difference in any other ball, or so I thought.I picked up a sleeve of the e7+ balls. On ever hole I used my 3 wood I either out drove the guys by 5 to 20 yards. On 1 hole I was only about six yards short. I didn't even need to use my driver. So a few days later played and i had pro v1 balls and 2 e7+ balls so I played both. the e7+ ball was about 15 yards longer than the pro v1. With a better ball flight. So now I havefound my new ball, the e7+.
Laura, Granite Bay California
I have only been playing golf for about 7 to 8 years so picking the correct ball was foreign to me. Within the last few years alot of attention has been focused on club head speed and getting the maximum benefits of the correct ball. It was suggested since my clubhead speed is about 75 to try to Bridgestone E6s. My distance has improved and for the first time I shot a 73. One over par for someone --me--a female-in my fifties --I was so excited that I kept my signed score card as it just might be framed. On the my course when I find the PRO V I or high end Callaway golf balls--I just give them away.