Golf Ball Reviews

Our Golf Ball Reviews, Fitting Guide is a great starting point for matching your game with the perfect ball. The key phrase being “starting point.”

To begin with, you've got three golf ball reviews categories to choose from (Value, Premium and Tour). Each of the dozen or so major manufacturers offers at least one Value model, and most offer multiple options in the Premium category. About half of these companies produce Tour models, with several offerings from each manufacturer.

In other words, there are almost too many choices.

Of course, too much of a good thing is still a good thing, and that's where our tests, comparison, and reviews come in. We take individual golf ball models and give you the important technical info, such as cover material, construction, dimple pattern and any new or innovative features. Then we analyze the ball for feel and distance, plus control on approach shots and in the short game. Finally, we offer a bottom-line assessment of the ball's performance.

While there’s no substitute for personally testing a golf ball on the course, these reviews should help you sort through the clutter and narrow down your options. Happy hunting!

It All Starts with Golf Balls
Quite obviously, golf balls are not on the ‘optional’ list of golf equipment. If you want to play, you are going to need to find some kind of golf ball that will work for your game. One trip to your local pro shop will reveal the incredible number of golf ball brands and models on the market today. They come in a range of prices, from as little as $10 or $15 per dozen, on up to $50 per dozen and more. To make sure you purchase a box of balls that is a good fit for your game, it is important that you go to the store with a clear plan in mind.
The first thing to understand is that it is not at all necessary to buy the most expensive box of golf balls that you can find. The highest priced models tend to be the ‘Tour’ balls – and while they are great quality, they might not be right for your game. It takes a certain level of ability to use a Tour golf ball properly. If you don’t play at that level currently, you will only be wasting your money.
To decide what kind of golf ball is right for your game, review the points below –
• Save money as a beginner. If you are just getting started in golf, go ahead and buy the least expensive golf balls you can find at first. In fact, if you can find a good deal on used golf balls, you might even be able to save more money. Simply put, when you are just getting started in the game, you aren’t yet good enough to understand or notice the difference between types of golf balls. That isn’t meant as an insult – it is just the reality of learning the game. After you gain some experience hitting shots on the course, you will start to develop a feel for your swing and you can then pick out a better golf ball that compliments your abilities.
• Beware of high spin rates. There are plenty of golf balls available that advertise the impressive amounts of spin they can help you generate. While backspin can be a useful thing on the golf course, sidespin is your worst enemy. Therefore, you need to be careful when picking a ball because it offers a high spin rate off of your club face. Are you good enough to control that spin? Professional golfers can use balls that generate a lot of spin because they are skilled enough to not hook or slice their shots into trouble. If you can control your swing well enough to manage the spin, then feel free to use a higher spin ball. However, don’t just give in to marketing hype – if your game isn’t ready for a high spin ball, steer clear and use an option with a firmer cover (and lower price tag).
• Testing is your friend. There is only so much you can learn from reading about different models and brands of golf balls online. To best determine which one is the right pick for you, try out as many different options as you can. Buy sleeves of three instead of whole dozens at first while you are testing various golf balls. Play a round or two with each ‘contender’ until you have decided which balls provides you with the correct performance characteristics. You might be surprised at how easy it is to tell when you have found just the right ball.
The nice thing about buying golf balls, as opposed to a set of clubs, is that you don’t have to invest hundreds of dollars to put them into use in your game. If you settle on a specific ball, only to later decide that it isn’t quite right for your game, you can always make a switch the next time you need to buy a box. Also, you can always test out golf balls that you find on the course to see if they might work for your game. You never know, the ball you find deep in the woods while looking for your lost drive might be the perfect model to enhance your game!

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3.Bridgestone e12 Soft Golf Ball Review
4.Bridgestone e12 Speed Golf Ball Review
5.Bridgestone e5: A Golf Ball with a Feel for Distance
6.Bridgestone e6 Soft Golf Ball Review
7.Bridgestone e6 SPEED Golf Ball Review
8.Bridgestone e6: Is This the Straightest Ball in Golf?
9.Bridgestone e7: Great Ball for those Seeking Long and Low
10.Bridgestone Extra Soft 2016 Golf Ball Review
11.Bridgestone Laddie Extreme Golf Ball Review
12.Bridgestone Laddie X 2016 Golf Ball Review
13.Bridgestone Lady Precept: A Top Women’s Golf Ball
14.Bridgestone Precept Powerdrive Golf Ball Review
15.Bridgestone Reveals Series e6, and e6 Ladies – Golf Ball Review
16.Bridgestone TOUR B RX Golf Ball Review
17.Bridgestone TOUR B RXS Golf Ball Review
18.Bridgestone TOUR B X Golf Ball Review
19.Bridgestone TOUR B XS Golf Ball Review
20.Bridgestone Tour B330-S: A Softy with Surprising Power
21.Bridgestone Tour B330: A Golf Ball that Does It All
22.Bridgestone xFIXx: A Unique Golf Ball for this Brand
23.Bridgestone’s New e6 Lady Golf Ball Review
24.Callaway Chrome Soft X Golf Ball Review
25.Callaway Chrome Soft: Change Is In the Air
26.Callaway ERC Soft Golf Ball New Review
27.Callaway Golf Launches New ERC Soft Golf Balls (Review)
28.Callaway HEX Black Tour: Firmly among the Top-Performing Golf Balls
29.Callaway HEX Chrome+: Deadly Combo of Speed & Spin
30.Callaway HEX Chrome: Tour Model Hits the Sweet Spot
31.Callaway HEX Diablo: Super Long, Soft Enough
32.Callaway HEX Hot Pro: Softer Twin Wins with Spin
33.Callaway HEX Hot: A Golf Ball that Works Both Ways
34.Callaway HEX Soft Golf Ball Review
35.Callaway HEX Solaire: High-Performance Women’s Golf Ball
36.Callaway HEX Warbird: An Old-School Distance Ball, Pure and Simple
37.Callaway Limited Edition Chrome Soft 58 – Golf Ball Review
38.Callaway New Chrome Soft Truvis Yellow and Black Golf Ball Review
39.Callaway New Chrome Soft with Truvis Technology Golf Ball Review
40.Callaway New Chrome Soft Yellow Golf Ball Review
41.Callaway Solaire and Pink Golf Ball Review
42.Callaway Speed Regime 1: Worth the Price Tag?
43.Callaway Speed Regime 2: Impressive Overall Performance
44.Callaway Speed Regime 3: Uncompromising Tour-Level Performance
45.Callaway Strata Tour Advanced Golf Ball Review
46.Callaway Superhot 55 Golf Ball Review
47.Callaway Superhot 55 Yellow Golf Ball Review
48.Callaway Superhot 70 Golf Ball Review
49.Callaway Supersoft Pink Golf Ball Review
50.Callaway Supersoft Yellow Golf Ball Review
51.Callaway Supersoft: Dream Ball for Average Golfers
52.Callaway Warbird and Warbird Yellow Golf Ball Review
53.Callaway’s New ERC Soft Golf Ball Review
54.Callaway’s Supersoft Magna Golf Ball is Making a Comeback
55.Cut Blue DC Golf Ball Review
56.Maxfli Revolution Low Compression Golf Ball: High Launch is Best Feature
57.Maxfli Revolution Spin Golf Ball: A Little Love for Under-the-Radar Golf Ball
58.Maxfli U/2 Model Golf Ball : Distance to Spare; Spin is a Nice Bonus
59.Maxfli U/3: Performance Trumps Feel with this Golf Ball
60.Maxfli U/4: Spin it Like a Tour Pro
61.Maxfli U/4x: Firming Up the “U” Series Golf Balls
62.Maxfli U/6: Six Pieces Add Up to One Fine Golf Ball
63.Mizuno Hits the World with Two New Golf Ball Models: the RB Tour and RB Tour X – Rev
64.Mizuno RB566 and RB566V Golf Balls Review
65.Nike 20XI-X: A Whole New Ballgame in 2013
66.Nike 20XI: New and Markedly Improved Golf Ball
67.Nike One RZN X: Bomb it, Gouge it and Spin it (a Little)
68.Nike One RZN: Holding its Own in a Very Tough Crowd
69.Nike One Vapor Speed: A Good Pick in Premium Golf Ball Category
70.Nike Power Distance Long: A Golf Ball that Delivers as Promised
71.Nike Power Distance Soft Golf Ball: Good Price, Solid Performance
72.Nike RZN Black: Another Step Forward for Brand’s Golf Balls
73.Nike RZN Platinum: Surprising Stability in High-Spin Ball
74.Nike RZN Red: High-Flying Option in the Swoosh Lineup
75.Nike RZN Tour ball & RZN Speed – Golf Balls Review
76.Nike RZN White: All You Want in a Premium Model
77.Pinnacle Bling Golf Ball: Distance Ball Makes Colorful Statement
78.Pinnacle Gold: Long as Ever, with a New Touch of Softness
79.Pinnacle Rush and Pinnacle Soft Golf Ball Review
80.Slazenger RAW Distance Feel Golf Ball: Surprising Performance, Superior Value
81.Slazenger RAW Distance Golf Ball: Tee it High and Let it Fly
82.Snell Debuts New MTB-X Golf Balls
83.Snell Golf MTB Black Golf Ball Review
84.Snell Golf MTB Red Golf Ball Review
85.Srixon Latest Gen Soft Feel Golf Ball Review
86.Srixon Launches New Q-Star Tour Golf Ball
87.Srixon Q-STAR XV PURE WHITE and TOUR YELLOW Golf Ball Review
88.Srixon Q-STAR: A Winner in Every Way
89.Srixon Revamped Q-Star Golf Ball – Review
90.Srixon Reveals Brand New Soft Feel Brite Golf Balls
91.Srixon Soft Feel Golf Ball: Hard Not to Like this Distance Ball
92.Srixon SOFT FEEL LADY SOFT WHITE and Passion Pink Golf Ball Review
93.Srixon Soft Feel Lady: Dreamy Feel from All-Around Performer
94.Srixon SOFT FEEL SOFT WHITE and TOUR YELLOW Golf Ball Review
95.Srixon Trispeed Tour: Length, Control are this Golf Ball’s Strengths
96.Srixon Trispeed: Great for Distance, Decent for Spin Golf Ball
97.Srixon Z-STAR PURE WHITE and TOUR YELLOW Golf Ball Review
98.Srixon Z-STAR SL: A Tour Ball for the Rest of Us
99.Srixon Z-Star Spin Skin Golf Ball Review
100.Srixon Z-Star XV Golf Ball Review
101.Srixon Z-STAR XV PURE WHITE and TOUR YELLOW Golf Ball Review
102.Srixon Z-STAR XV: Great Marriage of Cover and Core
103.Srixon Z-STAR: Splendid from A to Z
104.Taylormade AeroBurner-Pro Golf Ball Review
105.Taylormade AeroBurner-Soft Golf Ball Review
106.TaylorMade Burner: High-Launch Golf Ball Fulfills its Promise
107.Taylormade Distance + Golf Ball Review
108.TaylorMade Just Announced Their Latest TP5, TP5 X, TP5 Pix Golf Balls – Review
109.TaylorMade Kalea Golf Ball Review
110.TaylorMade Lethal: Excellent All-Around Performance from New Tour Golf Ball
111.TaylorMade New Tour Preferred, and Tour Preferred X Golf Ball
112.TaylorMade New Tour Response Golf Ball Review
113.TaylorMade New TP5 and TP5x Golf Balls Review
114.TaylorMade Noodle Easy Distance Golf Balls Review
115.TaylorMade Noodle Long and Soft Golf Balls Review
116.TaylorMade Noodle Neon Matte Red/Lime Green Golf Balls
117.TaylorMade Project (a): Spin it Like a Tour Pro
118.TaylorMade Project (s) Golf Balls Review
119.TaylorMade Reveals New TP5 and TP5x Golf Balls (Review)
120.TaylorMade RocketBallz Urethane: Spin to Win with this Golf Ball
121.TaylorMade RocketBallz: Long and Straight, Hold the Spin
122.TaylorMade Soft Response Golf Ball Review
123.TaylorMade SuperDeep: Low Compression Equals Highly Rewarding Feel
124.The new Srixon Q-Star Golf Ball is All About Controlled Spin
125.The New Wilson Staff Duo Professional Golf Ball Is Here
126.TITLEIST – TOUR SPEED Golf Ball Review
127.Titleist AVX Golf Ball Review
128.Titleist DT SoLo: Great Value in a Distance Golf Ball
129.Titleist DT TruSoft Ball Review
130.Titleist DT Trusoft Golf Ball Review
131.Titleist EXP-01 Golf Ball Review
132.Titleist NXT Tour Golf Ball: The ProV1’s Affordable Cousin
133.Titleist NXT Tour S: Softer of Two Siblings Golf Balls
134.Titleist Pro V1 RCT Review
135.Titleist Pro V1x RCT Review
136.Titleist ProV1: The No. 1 Golf Ball for Good Reason
137.Titleist ProV1x: Lower Golf Ball Flight, Same Great Performance
138.Titleist Tour Soft Golf Ball Review
139.Titleist TruFeel Golf Ball Review
140.Titleist Velocity: Addictive Distance and Feel Off the Tee
141.Titleist’s 2020 TruFeel Golf Ball Review
142.Top Flite Bomb Golf Ball Review
143.Top Flite Gamer Soft Golf Ball Review
144.Top-Flite D2+ Distance: Value Golf Ball Exceeds Expectations
145.Top-Flite D2+ Feel: Name Fits this Fine Value Golf Ball
146.Top-Flite D2+ Straight: Excellent Choice for Iron Accuracy
147.Top-Flite Gamer Tour: Less Distance, More Spin than Gamer
148.Top-Flite Gamer: A Game Changer for Distance Golf Ball Brand
149.Top-Flite XL Distance: No Apologies for Classic Distance Ball
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151.Union Green – Teebird Golf Ball Review
152.Vice Pro Golf Ball Review
153.Vice Pro Plus Golf Ball Review
154.Vice Pro Soft Golf Ball Review
155.Vice Tour Golf Ball Review
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158.Volvik S3 2016 Golf Ball Review
159.Volvik S4 2016 Golf Ball Review
160.Volvik Vista DS 77 2016 Golf Ball Review
161.Volvik Vista iS 2016 Golf Ball Review
162.Volvik Vista iV: Colorful Option in the Tour Category
163.Volvik Vivid Golf Ball Review
164.Wilson Duo Soft+ and Duo Optic Golf Ball Review
165.Wilson Staff C:25: Good Fit for Underrated Golf Ball Family
166.Wilson Staff Duo Soft Spin Golf Ball Review
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170.Wilson Staff DUO: Contender for Best Value among Golf Balls
174.Wilson Staff FG Tour Urethane Golf Ball Review
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178.Wilson Staff Zip: Get this Golf Ball if You Can