Ball Reviews

Ball Reviews

Pros: Two different premium golf balls designed for higher swing speeds, deliver distance, exceptional short game control and durability. The Tour Yellow option is one...

The number one golf ball brand in the world recently revamped their premium line, and the mid-level NXT series was next in line for a technological face lift. How does the new model compare to the previous ones, and can it fulfill the needs of serious golfers?

Review by GolfWRX Cantill2: Let me start of by saying that I'm a 1.2 handicap and a golf ball junkie. I love to use 4-5...

I recently tried out the tough to find, Wilson Staff Px3 golf ball. The only place that I have ever seen these for sale...

I would first like to thank Golf WRX for the opportunity to test these balls. I received a 3 pack last week and was...

Pros: The Chrome Soft has an incredibly soft feel, but doesn't skimp on performance. It will create maximum distance off the tee for 99 percent of golfers,...

Pros: Both the NXT Tour and NXT Tour S provide tour-level short game performance with low driver spin. New softer compression cores makes these balls...

Pros: Callaway's Speed Regime line includes three tour-level golf balls (the SR-1, SR-2, and SR-3) matched to three segments of swing speeds: Moderate, Athletic,...

If you haven’t discovered Golfdotz for yourself yet or aren’t sure how they work, I'm here to help. This cool little product is a high-resolution...

The golf ball that I purchased the most this past 2007 golf season was the Bridgestone e5. The e5 is or was an excellent...

The GolfWRX Editors' Choice Awards recognize the very best in gear. We tested, fitted and debated to develop the list in lieu of spending...

Pros: Incredibly soft feel like the Chrome Soft, but the Chrome Soft X increases spin through the bag to give better players more control. Cons: Golfers who...

Editor Review By: Goldenhawk Bridgestone 330 RX and RXS: Thank you to Bridgestone and GolfWRX for the opportunity to test the new RX and RXS...

Pros: Everything you expect from a tour-level ball, except the price. Low spin off the driver and ample spin around the greens. Cons: Lack of presence...

Pros: Golf's golden standard for distance, consistency and short-game spin. Both the Pro V1 and Pro V1x are softer than previous generations, offering more...

Pros: These are Titleist golf balls and that means consistent, reliable quality and performance. The new cover formulation have made the Pro V1 and Pro...

Pros: The DT Solo provides a soft feel, good greenside control and is a higher launching ball that will fit a lot of different players....

Price: $48/dozen Golf Digest HotList Rated: Performance: 5 stars Innovation: 4.5 stars Feel: 5 stars Demand: 5 stars Tech Talk: The Pro V1 features a core formulation process designed to...

New and Improved Titleist NXT Tour/NXT Extreme? I have always liked most Titleist golf ball products. In fact, I have been a very loyal Titleist...

Z-STAR Tour Srixon Z-Star / Z-Star SL / Z-Star XV Price: $45/dozen Golf Digest Hot List Rated: Performance: 4.5 stars Innovation: 4.5 stars Feel: 4.5 stars Demand: 2 stars Tech Talk: The...

For years now, TaylorMade has been preaching lower spin to create more distance, especially in its drivers. Its original SLDR driver was actually so...

Bridgestone showcases their redesigned B330 golf ball line for 2012. Video below! Price: $43/dozen Golf Digest Gold Medal Hotlist winner: Performance: 4.5 stars Innovation: 5 stars Feel: 4.5 stars Demand:...

Pros: The new “U6” series balls are available in three different compressions that will meet the needs of a wide range of players. They're...