Originally Posted by SSpyra
I have them all which one is the best. For a ameatur golfer, still learning. Open to other options as well.
If you have them, go chip and putt with them, and see which you like best. It's completely subjective. All of those balls are great (well, at least Bridgestone makes great balls; you didn't specify a model). If you hit it straight, any of these will be fine. If you slice or hook a driver, high spinning balls like these may not do you any favors. I love ProV1s, but only use them for their spin on par 3s. Off a fairway wood or driver, I'm too worried about over spinning (and losing) them.