Released September, 2008
The Pros:Long shots consistently, ideal for the amateur. Durable ball, can handle being hit hard over and over. Fairly light weight, a bucket of them doesn't weigh much.
The Cons:Doesn't spin off wedges like more expensive balls.
The Srixon AD333 is a two-piece budget golf ball, meaning it has no middle layer. It is designed for use by all types of players and by players of all skill levels. The core has soft compression, which allows the ball to suit players with only average to moderate swing speed, and maximize their swing potential.
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Srixon states that the "piercing ball flight produces a more shallow descent for greater carry and roll." The ball has 333 dimples for improved aerodynamics. The Srixon AD333 along with the Srixon Soft Feel, are Srixon's main golf balls targeted towards the purely amateur or beginning golfer.
- Soft compression
- 333 dimples
- 1.45mm thick cover
- No midlayer
- 39.8mm diameter core
- Compression: 75
- All types of golfers
User Reviews (1)
long shots consistently, ideal for the amateur
durable ball, can handle being hit hard over and over
fairly light weight, a bucket of them doesn't weigh much
flies true with no wobble
excellent value, priced far lower than typical golf balls
precise touch when putting, can keep good control
doesn't spin off wedges like more expensive balls
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