Pros:Long, Straight, anything a better two piece ball can do.
Cons:Despite the price, this ball is no longer the star of her category.
The Bottom Line: This once stellar ball has not kept up with the times. There are many balls in this niche that outperform her--and for a lot less dough to boot!
Well the song remains the same on these, which is not necessarilly a good thing. You see, it really is a good 3-piece budget ball, and when it came out--it was light year's ahead of the competition. The trouble is, it's still only sporting an ionomer cover which is pretty hard, and it doesn't spin as well as some of the newer entries in the 3-piece budget category. In fact---it's $27 a dozen price tag kind of puts a crimp in her style as far as posing as a 3-piece budget ball.
Recommend this product?
She still sports the same seamless 330 dimple cover that adorns the vast majority of The Bridgestone Fleet. That is the one bright spot here, as it provides for mid to high ball flight, with plenty of carry, and a line holding capability that is second to none. If only Bridgestopne could do something different here. Provide a softer version of ionomer for the cover that gives more spin, drop the compression a shade to help give her more oomph--- Something...anything to make this ball perform better than an over-priced, glorified 2-piece.
That was definitely not the case when this ball first came out--as she was definitely revolutionary for her time. She was an award winning ball--a real paradigm shifter. Sadly, the times have moved on, and this ball has not.
This review is fairly lean, but plenty mean. The ball that was once the star of her category is now simply resting on her laurels.