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George, Norwood Tas
i played with bridgestone and had a 86 take of my handicap of 34 and it was a 52 thanks bridestone
George, Sacramento CA
On Jan. 13, 2009 I scored my 7th hole-in-one with a Bridgestone Tour B330-S. What may be remarkable is that while age 72 my last three aces have been scored on three different holes on my home course since April 2008. Having turned 73 in February, I am hoping that a Bridgestone ball will bring me a "Grand Slam" by acing that last par 3 on my course. I had been using a Titleist ProV1 until our assistant pro recommended I try the Bridgestone ball. A 7 handicap, I bought a dozen B330S and found them to be longer than the ProV1. However, I may change to the B330RX for more feel. I am excited about what the Bridgestone ball may bring in the future! Sincerely, George Beach
Matthew, Oakland CA
I have recently bought a few dozen of the B330 RX ball seeking a little more distance for my 100 mph swing. On my first round with the new ball, on the 18th, par five at Poppy Ridge (Chardonnay), after my drive the finally had the distance to get on the green in two. That had led to my first eagle within the last year. Thank you Bridgestone for this benchmark in my golf career.
William (Bill), Portland TN
Played Titleist for 8 years. Best round ever shot was 79 in 2007. Turning 44 in 2008 felt like best rounds were behind me. Guy I used to work with said try the E6+ ball in August 2008. I did and by September 2008 shot the best round of my life, 73. Unfortunately, seriously injured 4 discs in back and cyatic nerve in leg and was in wheel chair for 2 months, crutches/cane for 2 more. March 2009 shot 83-81-78 first 3 rounds. Improved handicap 7 strokes. Have medical records to verify 100% true!
Mark, Christchurch N/A
I've been playing with Bridgestone clubs since the 'Proisme' irons. I currently play with J33b's. next will be j36 blades. I don't think I'll ever move away from bridgestone irons.
Scott, Huntington Beach CA
I stepped up to the tee on the 8th slightly downhill par 3 with water short right bunkers left and long right, the green drains from back left to front right (hence the lake short right). That day the demon of a greens keeper had placed the pin short left on the side of the hill with about 8' of green to play with. Inaccessible, right? With the wind off the left and helping I figured I would start it off the middle of the left bunker and let the wind push it over and i'll be dammed if the ball didn't check once take the contour and drop for a Hole-In-One! Probably needless to say but, Perry has not let me hear the end of how it has to be the ball. I like to think I had a little something to do with it. Or...
Chuck, Powell River British columbia
I was playing at The Refuge in Lake Havasu Arizona in a snowbird golf tourney in February, our group came to the long drive hole, took out a new B330RX from the sleeve and hit one of the longest tee shots on the hole. Love the distance i can get from this ball, puts great as well. Great addition to my game.
Alec, Orting Washington
I used to play the Titleist Pro V1 golf ball: it was good, however my iron shots went way too high because of all the spin it had, I lost distance on my shots which isn't very good because I am trying to qualify on my high school golf team. Then I went to the Bridgestone e7+ for a high luanch but with low spin, I LOVED it, I droped 11 strokes from the previous day (no joke). I will continue to use Bridgestone until I go to the big golf course in the sky.
Carol, Saint-Hyacinthe Quebec,Canada
I have been using Bridgestone balls for years.I had the best round of my life with a Precept EV many years ago and been using your balls since.This winter during a Californian golf vacation I tried the B330-RX and will certainly play with it all summer long. PS .Canadian golfers would love to try the Bridgetone challenge!
Jerry, Ocala FL
Recently we had Bridgestone come to our club for a Ball Fitting Challenge. They recommended I use the e6+. I switched and on Saturday March 7, 2009 I had my first hole in one. What a thrill. We just finished our club championship today. It was a 2 day event. I was in the Net Flight and shot a 67 and 62 net. I won with the Bridgestone ball. I will never change balls. I have tried them all. They don't stack up against the Bridgestone. Thank you very much for coming out with the e6+. I am a member of Summerglen Golf Club in Ocala, Florida.