Callaway HEX chrome
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Have used the Hex Chrome Black - they last forever. Don't fly for me as much as the Bridgestone, but if you are playing on greens still a bit 'Spring slow' then they have a nice combination of spin and roll out - your ball won't check as much as a Pro V1. Plus I'm a fan of yellow balls, wish Titleist made Pro V1's in yellow.
Not my regular ball but I've tried them quite a bit and, given I've never been a big Callaway ball fan in the past, I rated them very highly. Good value, as long as any other 'Tour'-level ball, great spin into the greens and the feel, for me at least, was very good - soft on the chips and putts. Nice, bright white as well which didn't appear to colour to any degree. Good cover resilience when hit with a full wedge.
Overall, I didn't find anything in there not to recommend and would maybe be a good fit for your swing speed. Only thing I would say is you're likely to get more side-spin, in addition to back-spin, compared to a non-urethane coated ball. What do you normally play?
I'm definitely not anywhere close to a good player but even I was able to notice a significant difference in my game on approach shots and putting with them
I play the Hex Chrome, Wilson Staff XG Tour X, Nike 20XI-X (2013) and Srixon Z Star (2011) and, for me, they all feel very similar and I play them all well. The Srixon feels just a bit softer off the driver, and the Nike gives me a bit more spin around the greens if I was able to notice. ;)