Pros: Very durable, great for hop and stop iron play and straight off of the driver.
Cons: Does not allow for working the ball side to side.
~~I need to preface this review: I was fitted online for Tour B330, what I received from Bridgestone was Tour B330RX. As I have never played any type of Bridgestone ball I did not think anything of it until after playing three rounds with these balls.
That being said:
1) The first round I played with the B330RX and felt that I simply had a bad day since I had allot of straight push misses and ended up short on quite a few approaches. Overall I thought that the ball felt soft off of every club except for the putter. The flight seemed to be a little low off of the driver but seemed fine off of my irons.
2) The second round that I played with the B330RX I decided to compare side by side with my Titleist Pro-v1 since the the first day went so poorly. I found that most of my pushes seemed to be mostly in part to the lack of side spin allowed by the B330RX, I like to work the ball allot (mostly right to left) therefore explaining my "push misses". I know this because in comparing side by side I can honestly say that the same shots that were missing right with the B330RX were drawing like normal with my Pro-v1. In the side by side comparison: The B330RX did not seem as soft off of the putter, not as long off of my irons, longer off of my driver, and backspin seemed similar on full shots but less on pitch and half shots.
3) The third round I decided to play just the B330RX with the intent of not working the ball (harder than it seems) and playing half a club more on iron shots. This seemed to showcase what this ball could do since I hit 16 gir and missed only one fairway on my way to a 74 (par 68). I still did not like the way that it felt off of the putter but was starting to get used to the feel of it off of irons. In closing I would have to say that this is the most durable ball that I've played in years as I played two balls in two rounds and in the end both were still playable. I don't think I will be switching to Bridgestone unless I see some Tour B330s on sale.
*since originally writing this review I played three more rounds with this ball with decent results but still not the ball for me...
My boss (who I gave one sleeve of balls to)absolutely loved them and has since then switched from Bridgestone e6 to these balls and my brother in law (who I also gave one sleeve to) has been playing this ball since, switching from whatever he found and plans on continuing to play this ball.