Equipment Assessed. Bridgestone E6, E12 Soft & Tour BX S

Bridgestone Golf

Which Bridgestone Ball is right for you?

FatPlate Director of Instruction & PGA professional Ben Frost helps you to maximise your golfing potential by showing you the products that are most suited to your game. In the first of our monthly reviews we’re going to look at the latest balls offered from Bridgestone Golf, and find the model that’s most suitable for your swing.

What Bridgestone Say

What Bridgestone Say Distance Performance class, 3-piece surlyn golf ball that delivers sidespin reducing performance, with added distance off the tee with a softer feel. Bridgestone’s proprietary new Active Acceleration Mantle layer is a key component of the 3-piece construction. The Active Acceleration Mantle is comprised of a new High Performance Polymer material that provides increased thrust and higher initial velocity at impact, while allowing Bridgestone to soften the core for greater forgiveness and enhanced feel. Designed specifically for players with less than 105 MPH driver swing speeds. The e12 SOFT utilizes Bridgestone’s Delta Wing Dimple pattern for less drag and optimized aerodynamics in the cover…

What We Say

To test the balls we hit shots in four categories: 30 yard wedge shot, 100 yard shot, mid-iron shot and driver – recording the results with a Foresight Sports GC2. The first thing we noticed is how subtle the differences were between the three balls, with all three providing a pleasing sound and feel off the face...

Watch the full summary on our YouTube video above.


2 comments

  • Howard Crane

    One shot with each club proves absolutely nothing. You had a great idea and I am very interested,but you need at least 20 shots per club per ball.

  • GLENN DEBROSKY

    I’M 85, WALK (NO CART) HAVE SWING SPEED OF ABOUT 70+ HIT DRIVE ABOUT 150 YARDS MAX, SCORE ABOUT 100 – 105 . WHAT IS THE BEST BALL I SHOULD USE,


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