|Srixon Soft Feel Review|
The SOFT FEEL has a resilient core that gets progressively softer toward its center while the Pana-Tetra® blended cover delivers greater ball-speed and lower spin off the driver for incredible distance and an amazing soft feel. The higher trajectory and greater lift force make high, long ball flight effortless for golfers of all abilities. The "Hit Straight" alignment aid provides the clear path toward the intended target, putting more fun back into your game.
HOW IT COMPARES
Ideal for a wide range of players, especially those with low swing speeds. The soft core maximizes energy transfer for greater distance and soft feel from tee to green.
Compare the Soft Feel With:
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The Srixon soft feel was given to me(2 dozen) to do a long, long friendship with this ball. It is marketed towards slower swing speeds, so I was not sure how it would test against my 120mph+ swing. I kept an open mind, went a club shorter than usual, and gave this ball a run for it's money. One of the great things about this ball is, the big arrow line on the ball. It helps on everything from tee shots to putting. Usually those little sliver of a line helps on putts when you are close to the ball. But off an iron tee shot your not that close. Point this ball at the pin, aim, and fire. Durability is 50/50, it is what you would expected from a soft ball but, won't fully fall apart like most soft balls. This ball is a win-win. Even though Srixon fit me for the ZX Star(which I hope they send me for review), this ball held up to my beatings and kept on going. This ball is for the average golfer, the lower swing speed golfer, the straight shooter golfer, and just anyone to enjoy the game with a dependable ball.
Driver Grade: B+
For a soft ball this thing moves off the driver. It has a nice mid flight that comes off hot but with a smooth feel. Usually a ball that feels this good has a higher flight which just sits when it hits the fairway. This one carries itself well.
It is a straight shooting ball, no doubt. Very little spin off the driver for a soft ball, which I like. The all around feel, distance, flight, and spin on this ball is top notch.
Irons Grade: A
As I said before, the thick arrow line on the ball helps. On a par 3 tee off I hit the green more times consistently than any other ball. I enjoy this ball on the irons. It goes straight, it sits and grips the greens, control is simple, and makes approach shots effortless. You see how the pro's do a smooth subtle swing and it seems as if the ball just goes the perfect distance, with the perfect flight, all with a simple swing? This ball gives you that feeling. That it just bounced in the air to your target. It has that weightlessness off the irons I talk so much about and love.
Putting Grade: B
The feel off the putter was not as soft as I expected. also I'm used to a little bit more roll on the greens when putting. The arrow helps you shave putting strokes off your game.
For the price, this is one of the best go-to balls to have. The ball works and looks good doing it. I suggest this ball to almost any avid golfer. It is worth the try and worth the money.
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