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Bridgestone Golf has been doing a lot with dimple design in their eSeries.  The eSeries includes the e5, e6, and e7.   Previously, they did a dimple-in-dimple design, which carried over into their tour balls, the B300 series.  I’ve enjoyed the performance of said dimple pattern in the B330 model.

I just received some samples of the new eSeries for 2015 which feature an even more interesting dimple pattern. Below is a photo of the neat sample box.

Sample Box

These balls have a flower-leaf-like pattern where there are circular dimples in the center with irregular hexagon shaped leaves around them. Bridgestone calls it “Web Dimple” technology. The circular dimple still features the dimple-in-dimple pattern. See the image below, with the hexagonal leave shaped dimples highlighted.

Bridgestone Golf e7 Flower Pattern Dimple Highlighted

Bridgestone Golf e7 Flower Pattern Dimple Highlighted

The dimple patterns between the e5, e6, and e7 are slightly different to the naked eye. That’s likely how they get the different flight characteristics.

Bridgestone eSeries Golf Balls 2015

New 2015 Bridgestone Golf eSeries Golf Balls

Look for my reviews of the 2015 Bridgestone Golf eSeries golf balls later this spring.

One response to “Check Out the Dimple Pattern on the New 2015 Bridgestone Golf eSeries Golf Balls”

  1. databat says:

    Big fan of the E6 Dimple in Dimple. Also the Top Flight D2 and Gamer, features similar Dimple in Dimple, and for the price, being a high handicapper, they are an excellent ball too.

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