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Is there a low compression, high spin ball?

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Looking for a ball that can be compressed with a 90 mph ss but gets good spin around the green and off low irons.

I'm almost out of the vapor speed balls and want to try something different and see if it makes a difference.

Also I know I'm a hacker but I don't lose alot of balls per round, maybe 1 or 2 max.

Any thoughts?

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Bridgestone B330-RXS?

http://www.bridgestonegolf.com/product/balls/tour-b330-rxs

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Just about any ball with a Wilson Staff logo fits that bill. Some are longer than others, but they're all low compression.

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Originally Posted by Stretch

Bridgestone B330-RXS?

http://www.bridgestonegolf.com/product/balls/tour-b330-rxs

This would be my pick...

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Originally Posted by Stretch

Bridgestone B330-RXS?

http://www.bridgestonegolf.com/product/balls/tour-b330-rxs


I agree with this as well. If you're looking for a little more of a bargain, I always suggest the Top Flite Gamer V2 ($15-$20).

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+1 on the B330-RXS, but if you at hc 17.7 have some problem with too much side spin on the driver, woods, hybrids and long irons the B330-RX might be a better ball. Personally I found the B330-S to be a better mix of sidespin / backspin even though it is not made for 90 mph.

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... Although I believe they're discontinued this year, the Bridgestone TreoSoft ball should fill the bill for you. There should be some deals around on them. Good luck.

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play the srixon ad333 ball or the srixon soft feel ball very nice low compresion awsome feel with the putter and short game and still gets the distance the

ad333 ball compression is a 75 compression

soft feel ball compression is a 70 copression

and they are only 19.95 a dozen

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knet golf has these listed as low compression balls.  As far as spin though I am not sure:

Srixon Soft Feel

Srixon Tri Speed

Taylormade TP Black

Taylormade TP Red

Callaway HX Hot Bite

Wilson Zipo

Bridgestone e6+

Bridgestone e7+

Bridgestone Tour B330RX

I am currently gaming the yellow version of the e6.  I have more of a sweeper swing so I don't generate much spin so I can't really tell if its got good spin or not.  I do know it does fly pretty straight.

36 holes with the same ball so far this year.  That has to be a record for me without a lost ball.

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ya thats good the softfeel srixon ball has a 70 compression and the ad 333 ball is a 75 compression ball still holds the same feel just alittle more compression for a little higher swing speed i swing 100 to 105 full swing

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