New Bridgestone Top Rated Golf Ball Lineup
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    To be sure, Bridgestone offers an extensive line of golf ball options for golfers to consider. In fact, they offer one of the widest selections in the game today. You will have plenty of different models to pick from when you decide to try out Bridgestone golf balls, which can be both a good and a bad thing. It is nice to have so many options, but it can be a little bit overwhelming if you don't know what differences to look for between the models.

    In this section, we are going to identify some of the models in the Bridgestone line, so you can get familiar with their names and the categories they fit into.

  • All new Bridgestone Tour B X, Tour XS, Tour B RX and Tour B RXS are great new tour golf balls to help the best golfers in the world with the features that can lower scores.
  • e6 Line. There are two golf balls within this portion of the Bridgestone line – the e6 Soft, and the e6 Speed. These golf balls are designed for higher handicap players, and they come with the lower price tag that you expect to find in this part of the market. You aren't going to get the levels of spin with these golf balls that you get with those in the Tour Series, but that can be a good thing for some players. For higher handicap players, high spin rates will usually mean that the ball is going to curve farther off line. By using a lower spin ball, you may be able to keep your shots closer to the target while still getting plenty of distance to make it around the course.
  • Extra Soft. The last Bridgestone ball we are going to highlight here is the Bridgestone Extra Soft. This is one of the least expensive models in the entire line, and it is going to pair impressive distance with a soft feel coming off the club. Again here, this is a ball meant for higher handicap players, and it will not spin significantly as a result. If you are a beginner or an experienced player who has trouble bringing your scores down into the 80s, you are likely to enjoy what the Extra Soft has to offer.
  • Most likely, your local golf retailer is not going to carry all of the various Bridgestone models regularly on the shelves. After all, there are eight models just within the Tour Series alone. However, if you find one specific ball that you would like to try for yourself, they are easy to locate online. With so many different balls available, it may take a little bit of experimentation to find the one which is best for your game, but going through that process will be worth it in the long run.