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Na5carr3    0
For me the Bridgstone 330`s are much softer with more feel around the green. The e series all suck IMHO. The Srixon`s to me tend to have the same feel as the e series Bridgestone`s do. All of them!

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I do a few wedge bounces with each ball that I try to get a "feel" for them.  The Z-Star was the softest of the Pro V1x, Taylor Made TP5, Callaway Hex (Chrome and Black).  As far as the B-330 series I can't make an accurate comparison.  I can definitely say that they are much softer than the e5, e6 and e7.

Sorry that I can't help any more.

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