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#1 801

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 01:12 PM

Very similar balls, right?  I game the RX ... and truly love it.  Could stand to be a tad softer.
So ... query to this group is ... anyone played both? Primarily interested in feel comparison.
a. which one feels softer ... and ... now let's quantify that (I've searched everywhere for this but ...)
b. what is the compression of each? (searched high and low for those numbers)

thanks, all.


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Posted 13 September 2017 - 01:42 PM

View PostMBBG, on 04 September 2017 - 09:28 AM, said:

View PostShadrach, on 31 August 2017 - 10:53 AM, said:

View PostMBBG, on 31 August 2017 - 09:56 AM, said:

Won a dozen of these in an outing yesterday, excited to give them a shot as a 330RX player.

I'd be interested in reading your impressions after you've hit them.

Played one for 9 Saturday afternoon. The greens were really firm and fast and frankly they just weren't behaving the way I am used to. I kept running crisply struck chips and pitches well past the hole, even uphill. Full shots were no issue.

I think it feels a bit dull and rubbery and has less of the sharper feeling softness of the TP5 or B330RX.

Switched balls at the turn and no more issues. I might give them another shot just to see if it was a one off experience but I wasn't terribly impressed with my first go around by any means.

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 03:06 PM

I've played both extensively. Without a doubt, the QStar Tour is the softer ball. Also, compared to the RX, it launches higher and spins more around the greens for me. To be honest, its more comparable to the RXS than the RX in the Bridgestone line.

According to Srixon, the compression of the QStar Tour is 75.
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Posted 13 September 2017 - 09:08 PM

I want to say the RX is around 85 to 90 ish if I recall correctly. I love the RX and it's been my ball for two seasons now. I found the 15 edition to be more durable than the 16 edition. This is why I might be shopping around before I buy 3 more dozen on sale.

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Posted 14 September 2017 - 11:35 AM

Just contacted Bridgestone directly.  RX compression is 65.

Srixon Golf website indicates the Qstar Tour compression at 75
Q-STAR TOUR SPECS
Construction 3pc Cover Material Urethane Mid-Layer Thickness 1.6 mm Cover Thickness 0.50 mm Compression 75 Dimple Number 324


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Posted 14 September 2017 - 11:59 AM

View Post801, on 14 September 2017 - 11:35 AM, said:

Just contacted Bridgestone directly.  RX compression is 65.

Srixon Golf website indicates the Qstar Tour compression at 75
Q-STAR TOUR SPECS
Construction 3pc Cover Material Urethane Mid-Layer Thickness 1.6 mm Cover Thickness 0.50 mm Compression 75 Dimple Number 324

I would play the RX if I had a choice.....2016 great ball!

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Posted 14 September 2017 - 01:58 PM

I switched from the B330RX to the Q Star Tour and gained distance and accuracy. I have also dropped a few strokes I believe directly related to the Q Star Tour Ball. And I really liked the B330RX ball, found the Srixon Q Star Tour ball to be a little bit longer and a little bit better for my game.. If this ball did not come out I would still be playing the B330RX, but definitely like the Q Star Tour  just that much better.
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Posted 14 September 2017 - 02:04 PM

View Post801, on 14 September 2017 - 11:35 AM, said:

Just contacted Bridgestone directly.  RX compression is 65.

Srixon Golf website indicates the Qstar Tour compression at 75
Q-STAR TOUR SPECS
Construction 3pc Cover Material Urethane Mid-Layer Thickness 1.6 mm Cover Thickness 0.50 mm Compression 75 Dimple Number 324

I think the compression numbers that the OEMs throw out there are pretty much meaninglessness.This is a good example. Though the RX has supposedly a lower compression than the QStar Tour, without question the QStar Tour is the softer feeling ball.

You can't judge a ball's feel based solely on these numbers. Need to play it (I know, novel concept!).

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Posted 14 September 2017 - 02:38 PM

View PostTheBear95, on 14 September 2017 - 02:04 PM, said:

View Post801, on 14 September 2017 - 11:35 AM, said:

Just contacted Bridgestone directly.  RX compression is 65.

Srixon Golf website indicates the Qstar Tour compression at 75
Q-STAR TOUR SPECS
Construction 3pc Cover Material Urethane Mid-Layer Thickness 1.6 mm Cover Thickness 0.50 mm Compression 75 Dimple Number 324

I think the compression numbers that the OEMs throw out there are pretty much meaninglessness.This is a good example. Though the RX has supposedly a lower compression than the QStar Tour, without question the QStar Tour is the softer feeling ball.

You can't judge a ball's feel based solely on these numbers. Need to play it (I know, novel concept!).

I played both last weekend, and I would swear the QST was softer feeling than the RX. Very surprised at the factory compression #s. Also, the first reply notes a "dull and rubbery" feeling from the QST. I would somewhat agree with that, but I do not find it a negative. I get similar feeling with other balls, but it doesn't seem to effect my performance results. That "dull" feeling might be reinforcing how soft they feel to me. The RX definitely feels more solid.

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Posted 14 September 2017 - 03:54 PM

Remember, it is more than just the core that goes into the soft/firm feeling of a ball.


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Posted 16 September 2017 - 08:12 PM

View PostTheBear95, on 14 September 2017 - 02:04 PM, said:

View Post801, on 14 September 2017 - 11:35 AM, said:

Just contacted Bridgestone directly.  RX compression is 65.

Srixon Golf website indicates the Qstar Tour compression at 75
    Q-STAR TOUR SPECS
                                        Construction                            3pc                                            Cover Material                            Urethane                                            Mid-Layer Thickness                            1.6 mm                                            Cover Thickness                            0.50 mm                                            Compression                            75                                            Dimple Number                            324

I think the compression numbers that the OEMs throw out there are pretty much meaninglessness.This is a good example. Though the RX has supposedly a lower compression than the QStar Tour, without question the QStar Tour is the softer feeling ball.

You can't judge a ball's feel based solely on these numbers. Need to play it (I know, novel concept!).

That is due to the fact that the two companies are measuring different things (Bridgestone=core vs Srixon=overall). Those numbers are not an apples to apples comparison (similar to comparing shaft flex across companies).

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Posted 17 September 2017 - 10:12 PM

They are both good balls and should perform about the same.  

.  It comes down to which one you think sounds/feels better.

I could play either but prefer the Srixon as it is usually cheaper and more durable.
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Posted 21 September 2017 - 12:44 PM

I've bought a sleeve of the QStar-Tours and I'm going to do a side by side / head-to-head actual playing round this Sunday between the QStar Tour and the 330RX (my regular ball all season).  I'm the EXACT golfer that both of these balls target ... decent game, 80 is my par ... sometimes I break par in the 70's ... sometimes I don't ... with a driver swing speed of exactly 90 mph.  I have a small cut swing that produces a nice controlled baby fade that I can control quite well.  fwiw the E6 Soft will slice 50 yards right with my cut swing ... don't know why people say this ball is straight/low spin ... no way.  But I regress.  I love the 330RX because it truly delivers what BS says it should ... low spin, soft feel, great distance for swing speeds like mine, and very very straight ... even with my cut swing.  I also REALLY like the mid-to-mid-high trajectory of the RX. That being said .. I do wish it were a bit softer ... even though the RX compression is softer than the Qstar Tour (65 vs 75), the firmer cover of the RX has a lot to do with the firmer feel of the RX.  So we'll see Sunday if the Qstar Tour can match the 'amateur' swing speed promises that the RX delivers in spades.  I'm playing Sunday afternoon and will happily post the side by side notes of each ball Monday morning.  I plan on playing the full 18 holes, every shot (tee shot, approach, putts, etc) with each ball ... so 36 holes worth theoretically.  Stay tuned (if you're interested).

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Posted 21 September 2017 - 02:22 PM

Very interested. Thanks.

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Posted 21 September 2017 - 05:00 PM

These are my 2 primary balls. I have been playing the RX regularly the last few seasons. These balls are very similar. To me, the Srixon is slightly softer off all clubs, flies a smudge higher and gets a touch more spin off the wedges. Nothing so great to really distinguish though.


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Posted 21 September 2017 - 06:58 PM

View Post801, on 21 September 2017 - 12:44 PM, said:

I've bought a sleeve of the QStar-Tours and I'm going to do a side by side / head-to-head actual playing round this Sunday between the QStar Tour and the 330RX (my regular ball all season).  I'm the EXACT golfer that both of these balls target ... decent game, 80 is my par ... sometimes I break par in the 70's ... sometimes I don't ... with a driver swing speed of exactly 90 mph.  I have a small cut swing that produces a nice controlled baby fade that I can control quite well.  fwiw the E6 Soft will slice 50 yards right with my cut swing ... don't know why people say this ball is straight/low spin ... no way.  But I regress.  I love the 330RX because it truly delivers what BS says it should ... low spin, soft feel, great distance for swing speeds like mine, and very very straight ... even with my cut swing.  I also REALLY like the mid-to-mid-high trajectory of the RX. That being said .. I do wish it were a bit softer ... even though the RX compression is softer than the Qstar Tour (65 vs 75), the firmer cover of the RX has a lot to do with the firmer feel of the RX.  So we'll see Sunday if the Qstar Tour can match the 'amateur' swing speed promises that the RX delivers in spades.  I'm playing Sunday afternoon and will happily post the side by side notes of each ball Monday morning.  I plan on playing the full 18 holes, every shot (tee shot, approach, putts, etc) with each ball ... so 36 holes worth theoretically.  Stay tuned (if you're interested).

Bridgestone's 65 is not necessarily less than Srixon's 75 as there is no industry standard for measuring compression. Most OEMs measure the compression of the core only which is useless since golfers do not hit bare cores.

The only way you can do an apples to apples comparison is if a 3rd party measures all balls (and multiple samples of each) under a consistent method and environment. The guy at Golfballtest.org/Golfballselector.com is the best I have found in this regard. Please take a look at all of the versions of the B330RX since inception. Not a single measurement under 80 on the ATTI tester which was the closest to an industry standard as there has ever been during the wound era.

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Posted 25 September 2017 - 10:05 AM

Well, after a full 18 hitting each ball side by side, I have to agree with a few of the posts above, in that these balls are eerily similar, in just about every way, shape and form.
Driver:  one hole the RX would finish 3 yards longer ... next hole the QST would be 3 yards longer .. and so on, and so on. Only thing to note would be to mention the slightest bit more side-spin on the QST with my cut swing.  On one dog-leg right where I exaggerated my 'fade' intentionally to curve the ball right, I did lose the QST to OB right. Same swing with the RX and the ball just would not curve as much and ended up in right rough (2 yards away from being OB it's worth mentioning).
However, on my regular driver-swing holes, both balls wend dead straight and/or produced my normal and expected 10-15 yard fade.
Other than that, driver distance and trajectory, irons distance and trajectory were nearly always identical with every shot.  
I will say this ... even though the QST reported compression is 10 points harder than the RX (75 to 65 respectively) the QST does in fact 'feel' and play softer. This surely has to be a result of just the QST spin-skin cover being softer than the RX's cover.  You could definitely feel the QST being softer with wedges and putting.  This would be the ONLY reason that I would state any preference at all for the QST over RX .... just that slightly softer feel mainly off the putter.
Again ... other than that ... these balls were virtually identical and I would NOT hesitate to play the QST in competition golf (DSGA here in Delaware).  I could blindly pick a sleeve of either out of a hat on the first tee and be completely happy with whatever the choice was.
so I guess .. the summary would have to be ... if you love the RX ... but want just a little softer impact feel ... with identical performance ... try the Qstar Tour.  If you are a regular RX player like myself ... you won't be surprised or disappointed ...with the QST.

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Posted 25 September 2017 - 10:25 AM

Thanks for the update/comparison, OP. I changed to the 330RX, this year, and have been very satisfied with the ball, overall.

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Posted 25 September 2017 - 11:11 AM

I've never played the Bridgestones, but I do like the Q-Star tours and they're currently 19.99 on the PGA Superstore site in yellow
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Posted 26 September 2017 - 06:42 AM

View Postdbrokee, on 25 September 2017 - 11:11 AM, said:

I've never played the Bridgestones, but I do like the Q-Star tours and they're currently 19.99 on the PGA Superstore site in yellow

Srixon Q-Star - Tour Yellow is 19.99, not QST which is only avx in white.

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Posted 26 September 2017 - 01:48 PM

the difference is you can fetch RX's on ebay $26...that would be my deciding factor

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Posted 26 September 2017 - 03:02 PM

Interesting thread. I love the Srixon Z-Star but honestly sometimes feel like I need something a little straighter off the tee to help mitigate off lines drives. For those that have played the QST and RX, which would you say is straighter?
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Posted 26 September 2017 - 06:24 PM

Did a comparison between these two balls on course today.  I think they were pretty close but I think the RX was the winner for me personally.  I was hitting a bunch of practice shots and when I drove up to the next shot, it just seemed like the Bstone was usually the longer/straighter shot.  I'm a long time e5 user, so maybe I just get along with the bridgestone better for some reason.

I think at 30 retail for Qstar vs 40 retail for RX330, I would choose the qstar.  But for 35 or maybe even cheaper, the RX probably takes it for me.  Part of me wants to reward Srixon with the business for bringing such a high quality ball to market for 30 bucks.  

I'm personally interested in trying the RX vs the RXS.  Has anyone compared these two balls?  I choose to give the RX a shot first, thinking the lower spin might be straighter off the tee.  Now that I like the RX, i'm intrigued by the RXS

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Posted 26 September 2017 - 07:10 PM

RX slightly softer overall comp. and slightly firmer cover than the RXS....they are really close to one another....Imo they feel the same.  RXS spins a bit more into the green and off the tee, but again they are really close.

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Posted 26 September 2017 - 07:21 PM

I found and played a B330 today.  Took it out of play after 3 or 4 holes.  It looked like a 2017 ProV after about 3 or 4 rounds.

Just ordered 48 of those Q Star Tours.  Hope they're more durable than the Bridgestone I played today.



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Posted 27 September 2017 - 08:08 AM

Been playing the QST a good part of this year and its the best ball for me I have used in a while. And I used to love the B330RX but I find the QST out performs it in every way. You cant beat the QST for the money, IMO.

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Posted 02 October 2017 - 11:51 AM

Is there any difference in sound and feel off the putter when comparing the qst and rx ? I am looking to try these for the fall, but don't want something that is a complete marshmallow off the putter and you can't even feel that you hit it.

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Posted 02 October 2017 - 10:40 PM

Been playing the RX as my primary ball the last two seasons and took the QST out again yesterday for a Sunday morning round, was only 43 at tee time so thought it would be good to try as it’s so soft.

Performance is fine but my original thoughts on the feel are still the same. Much like the original Chrome Soft, it just kinda feels numb/light off the longer clubs. Where some might like that feel, I prefer the greater feedback and “sharper” feel of the RX. I do think the QST might spin a bit more on the short irons and greenside shots.

I played well with it and have zero issues with performance. Only knock is the vague feel.
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Posted 03 October 2017 - 07:47 AM

I agree with MBBG. QST do spin a little more. I think the feel off the putter is pretty equal. I switched from RX to QST because the Q seemed to be more durable at first. However in the last dozen I bought the seam could be seen on 2 balls after one round of golf, so I'm thinking of going back to Bridgestone. Bridgestone did send me a replacement sleeve.

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Posted 04 October 2017 - 06:54 PM

Just FYI, I've been playing the RX and RXS exclusively for the last year and a half. Before then the 330S. But I just wanted a bit of a softer feel..

Switched to the Chrome Soft about 20 rounds ago and I'm loving it. Only a touch softer off the driver but feels awesome off the irons. Spins as much as the 330s on approach and great around the green. Also not noticing any difference in the way it handles the wind (And the Bridgestones are great in the wind). All up very impressed.

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