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Srixon Soft Feel Dozen Golf Balls

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  • Performs well with some feel
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      02.07.2012 19:26
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      • "Performs well with some feel"


      Great choice of ball for the mid-handicapper

      If you're into the sport of golf (I know many of you aren't... "a good walk spoiled..." and all that!), you'll realise that there are loads of different varieties of golf ball to choose from. Many of the pros use Titleist, Nike, and Bridgestone - but that doesn't mean that balls produced by the other manufacturers aren't any good. I frequently use Srixon in the form of their 'soft feel' ball - of which, the dozen pack can be purchased for around ten pounds online.

      Performance Test

      The product in question is of a two-piece construction, and travels respectable distances from the driver - in fact, it seems to out-hit Titleist's semi-budget 'Solo' ball which I also often use. The ball's flight is generally high, and with a cleanly struck wedge from a tight lie it's possible to achieve a fair amount of spin. The 'soft feel' in the product's title refers to the outer shell which has been manufactured with a degree of softness - sometimes when you putt with cheaper balls it feels like you've just struck a rock, however, the Srixon is good to pitch and chip with even though it seems to have more roll and less check than the more expensive balls.

      Final Word

      For the price I would certainly recommend Srixon Soft Feel Golf balls, which are perfect for mid to high handicap golfers who require *some* distance combined with *some* feel when on the green. No it's not the softest or farthest-reaching ball out there, but for just over a tenner for a dozen, you wouldn't expect it to be. Regarding their longevity, the ball doesn't scuff as quickly as one might expect from a soft-feel product, and i've often gone through five or six rounds before noticing that the ball is looking a little worse for wear.


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  • Product Details

    The Srixon Soft Feel Dozen Golf Balls return for 2011 and now they are even more playable on the golf course Featuring a highly resilient super soft 68 compression core encased in a Rabalon HR and Pana Petra blended Ionomer cover with an improved aerodynamic dimple design these golf balls provide outstanding carry and distance on the golf course. Srixon Soft Feel Dozen Golf Balls Playability Designed to generate incredible distance and soft feel for moderate swing speed golfers Srixon8217s new Soft Feel TwoPiece Golf Balls feature an amazingly soft Energetic Gradient Growth 68 compression core for exceptional feel on every shot. Srixon Soft Feel Dozen Golf Balls Features Rabalon HR and Pana Petra Blended Ionomer CoverAmazing Distance amp Soft Feel for Moderate Swing SpeedsHighly Resilient Energetic Gradient Growth CoreNew 324 Aerodynamic Dimple Design Srixon Soft Feel Golf Balls 324 Dimple DesignFeaturing a new 324 dimple design these Srixon Soft Feel Dozen Golf Balls reduce drag for a more aerodynamic flight on the golf course resulting in greater distance. Feel the benefit of enhanced playability and softer feel in every shot on the golf course with these amazing Srixon Soft Feel Dozen Golf Balls available now at Onlinegolf.

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