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Thoughts of Srixon Golf Balls?

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Does anybody use them? What are your overall impressions of them? What model do you use and how does it respond? I know Vijay and Boo are now with them and they seem very confident with them. I know the tour balls are better than the ones on the market, but they seem to be interesting. Love to hear some thoughts.

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I've used the TriSpeed and I liked them. I thought they were very comparable to the Cally HxHot which is what I was looking for. I was happy that I got out of them what I expected.

From what I have been told, and it may be completely wrong... alot of the pro's are going to be switching the Srixo, Callaway, and Bridgestone balls this year purely because of the ProV lawsuit.

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I think the AD333 is the best 2 piece ball on the market. The Z-UR/S are very good premium balls but I like the softer feel of the Pro V1 (they are also more durable too).

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I wouldnt be so quick to jump on the Srixon bandwagon. Vijay and Boo are both sponsored by Cleveland, which also owns Srixon. It only makes sense that Cleveland would want their top players to use their clubs and their golfballs.
Thats not to say that Srixons arent fine golfballs, but Id say the switch was more because Cleveland said so than because the Srixons are better.

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I used to use the Hi-Brid Tour ball they had. It was probably my favorite ball of all time. After I got 3 dozen on e-bay they discontinued them (I hate it when that happens). I have also used both the Z-UR series balls and have no complaints. If I didn't get Pro-V1's for free through my job, I would probably use them.

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I wouldnt be so quick to jump on the Srixon bandwagon. Vijay and Boo are both sponsored by Cleveland, which also owns Srixon. It only makes sense that Cleveland would want their top players to use their clubs and their golfballs.

That's quite true. The truth of it is those guys could play with Top Flite XL2000s and still find a way to score. It's amazing how many light years ahead of the amateurs that pros are when it comes to ball control.

I got a 2 ball sample pack of Srixon Trispeed for Christmas as a stocking stuffer. I kinda suspected it would play like an HX Hot, but I prefer higher spin balls. I think I'm going to save them for a really windy day.

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I wouldnt be so quick to jump on the Srixon bandwagon. Vijay and Boo are both sponsored by Cleveland, which also owns Srixon. It only makes sense that Cleveland would want their top players to use their clubs and their golfballs.

+1000 here. I tried last year's Srixon's and I HATED them. To me, there are far more options out there for an outstanding ball before I would play Srixon.

They maybe better this year but Im not sure. For the money and performance, to me, BRIDGESTONE, TITLEIST, CALLAWAY, TAYLORMADE all make better balls.

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I like what I have read about the soon to be released Z-Star, so I will not count them out. without trying them first. Having said that it will take a lot to convince me to switch from my B330's.

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ZUR-S, Best ball I've tried and played to date - hands down. Pro-V comes close, but durability sucks and I don't like balls that don't stay white more than 2 holes.

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ZUR-S, Best ball I've tried and played to date - hands down. Pro-V comes close, but durability sucks and I don't like balls that don't stay white more than 2 holes.

It was one of my favorites too....sadly, it is being discontinued this year.

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i honestly do not care for the feel of the srixons. i dont know what it is about them, as i am sure they are good balls, but i just dont care for them. i used the z-urc's and the z-urs's and just couldn't get used to them....

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I bought one sleeve of the AD333s on Maui. Played the Maui country club, fun little course with my friends (one friend is a member) He told me Willie Nelson is a member there. Cheapest course on Maui if you can get on (no ocean views), but fun. I rented clubs and bought a sleeve of the AD333s. Great ball. High trajectory, plenty of spin.

Don't see them much at the stores I go to. Happy with the Gamer and D2 Feel (both are cheaper than the AD333s)

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Does anybody use them? What are your overall impressions of them? What model do you use and how does it respond? I know Vijay and Boo are now with them and they seem very confident with them. I know the tour balls are better than the ones on the market, but they seem to be interesting. Love to hear some thoughts.

I reecently acquired some of the new Srixon Z-Star balls and they are very gud. Thay have a soft feel and are stil long of the tee but they dont have as much spin as the pro v1.

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