Golf Monthly's test team reviews the Bridgestone Tour B330-RXS ball

Product Overview

Overall rating:

Bridgestone Tour B330-RXS

Pros:

  • The spin control and soft feel on offer here is outstanding. Impressively, this is achieved from a cover that is hard-wearing. Well-struck pitch shots have plenty of grab, and give you the confidence to be aggressive and take on flags.

Cons:

  • You need to be aware of your swing speed to find the correct ball in Bridgestone’s range. Faster-than-average swingers (in excess of 105mph) will find more distance from the standard Tour B330-S.

Product:

Bridgestone Tour B330-RXS ball review

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Price as reviewed:

£47.99 (per dozen )

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Key Technology: Bridgestone Tour B330-RXS ball review

The new B-Series balls are designed to match swing speeds of all types of golfer. Hydro Core Technology means the core is softer in the centre and firmer in the outer region for reduced spin off the tee, resulting in added distance. The RXS is designed specifically for players with swing speeds of less than 105mph, and features a softer cover that the RX version.

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Verdict

The feel and control I achieved with this product was fantastic. Having the choice to select a ball to match your swing speed is another great fitting opportunity, and it helped me maximise distance, especially off the tee. The B330-RXS also offered excellent control around the greens, when both pitching and putting.