Thoughts on Ball Fitting
Bridgestone is making a lot of waves out there with their ball fitting process, and all other ball companies are making dozens of different models. It must prove pretty confusing to all of us, so I’m going to try to lend a little sanity to this today. I’ll confess right up front that I have not gone through a ball fitting process and have selected the Bridgestone B330RX as my ball through a pretty simple process:
So, here is my simple formula for picking a ball that you should play:
Have a great weekend.
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Great article. I've switched to the Bridgestone B-330. Used to play Titleist ProV1x. I agree with you in stating that Bridgestone makes a better product. Most people play Titleist because they have been around the longest and have such a strangle hold on the Tour players. I bet most Tour players would improve their game is they really tested all balls on the market.
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