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Bridgestone e6 Straight Distance Orange Golf Balls - Prior Generation

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Bridgestone e6 Straight Distance Orange Golf Balls - Prior Generation - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Eliminate hooks and slices with the Bridgestone e6 Straight Distance golf ball. The softest multilayer golf ball on the market, designed to reduce spin for straighter distance with every swing. Larger Dual Dimple technology reduces drag for more speed and increased lift combine with a softer Surlyn cover and low compression core to make the softest e6 yet.

  • 3-layer construction - soft gradational core, anti-side spin inner layer, softer Surlyn cover for improved feel
  • 326 seamless dimple design with Dual Dimple technology - outer dimple promotes shallow decent angle for increased roll and inside dimple increases thrust power at launch for greater distance
  • Orange color for high visibility in the air and on the green
  • Personalize with your name or message in black ink
  • 12 pack
  • Bridgestone
Country of Origin: United States
Web ID: 19168986

Customer Reviews:

Bridgestone e6 Straight Distance Orange Golf Balls 4.5 5 12 12
good so far I really like the bridgestone e6. you delivered them very quickly March 2, 2015
Improved my distance I really liked these golf balls. I have been golfing about a year and didn't believe that any one golf ball would be different than the others. When I received these ball I tried them out and they did exactly as advertised. My ball seemed to go straighter and farther. I am happy with these and continue to use them. December 26, 2014
Much easier to find during the winter time... I started playing Golf this year and I'm actually a HDC23 - for americans not really good :))! But I'm working on that. I really like the e6 balls from Bridgestone. During the summertime I played the white e6 because I prefer white balls. But during this time of the year it's hard to find them in the brown grass on Georgias Golf courses. So I tryed the orange ones and they were much easier to find! Also in the semi-rough you can find them easily. After blowing 3 rounds with lost white balls in the semi-rough I'm back on track now and really happy! December 2, 2014
nice, long, great feel off the club Leaves are falling in CT, so they match with the orange leaves. Used them for 2 rounds so far, no cover scratches, good feel off the clubs and putter. Like em ! October 19, 2014
Hard to see the ball I am a Bridgestone user. I've been using yellow balls because they are easier for me to see on the fairway. I decided to try orange balls to see if they might be even better than the yellow. But I was surprised to discover the orange balls are really hard to see. The orange is a dark hue; I had hoped they would be a 'neon' hue. September 15, 2014
UNBALLIEVABLE play on words This ball has changed my game with straighter drives by reduced spin and left me with a soft feel for my irons. The price is also a great factor verses PRO VX. Try a sleeve and I know you will be pleased. August 27, 2014
very visible in the ruff These balls reduce slices on my drive. Nice to spend so much time on the fairway. July 29, 2014
Got the best golfball Completely satisfied! Dick's should carry them at the Heath store. March 31, 2014
Moves handicap the right direction I have been using the e6 for the past year. My original purchase was because I couldn't see the flight of the white balls I used to use, so I purchased them for the color. Not that I would want my eyes to have gotten older any sooner, but I wish I would have discovered the e6 sooner by reading the box rather than looking at the color. Now, not only can I see them in flight, they make my round of play faster. I now find them in the the fairway and ruff much easier. That is because the engineers designed a ball that lives up to the advertising department hype. I can attest to them flying straighter (see my picture next to the word "Slicer" in the dictionary) because prior to switching to the e6 I would have said I might have been able to find them in the ruff and tall grass easier... if at all. Now instead of me watching the flight of my slice being perpendicular to the fairway, I can see a gentle fade. I even got my only hole in one using the e6. Playing on a tight courses no longer intimidates me. Many members of the association I play with used to make fun of the orange balls I played with... until they wanted to try them. Now several of them use an e6, but their ego has them purchasing them in the lime rather than the orange. I played in Hawaii recently. The pro that equipped me with custom clubs to accommodate my game was also a teaching pro. He asked which ball I used and he indicated that not only are they a great choice for my style of play... he changed over to using them himself. The Pros.... If you want to improve your handicap, or prefer sandbagging the bets with your golf buddies, give them a try. The Cons... Too few golf retailers carry the e6 in Orange (I had to buy mine online)... but if you want to play them in white or lime... change this back to be a Pro. August 10, 2013
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