Bridgestone e6+ and e5+...
....are they really that good?It seems, at least according to my previous post, that many people here really like the Bridgestone e6+ and e5+ for the best balls under $30. Are they really that good?
Last year I tried a sleeve of the e5 and a sleeve of the e6 and nothing really stood out about either one. Is the e6+ and e5+ that big of improvement or did I just not give the Bridgestone balls enough time on the course?
I'm really looking for a ball that is straight off the tee, gives drop and stop spin from 120 and in, is reasonably long, and offers better than average durability (in that order of importance).
Is the Bridgestone e6+ or e5+ the best ball for that job? *
The other two balls I've been considering are the NXT Tour and the HX Hot Bite.
*I originally had this post asking about the e6+ but after hearing more comments it seems like the e5+ may be the one offering more drop and stop performance from 120 and in.
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