Yesterday I played my Tuesday league with my buddy Dan. I’ve been playing some very mediocre golf lately and didn’t come into the round expecting much.
I decided to put a couple of new products into play, one being the new Bridgestone e5 golf balls with the “dimple in dimple” pattern. Somehow I shot a 70, my low round of the year! I gave an e5 to my buddy Dan to try. Check out his comments in this video below:
I use the Top Flight Gamer V2 with the dimple in dimple. I like it alot. Its also pretty cheap, which, is great for me.
I asked Bridgestone about the Top Flite’s and their dimple-in-dimple. The e5 dimples go in, the Top Flites stick out. Not sure if that makes sense to you. One is an innie and one is an outie.
Hey, I’m a pretty big fan of the E5 and E6 for that matter. Love the ball flight and feel they provide off the club face and around the green. BridgeStone has made head way with the “dimple-in-dimple” tech. Good for the pro and amateur alike. They are actually in my bag as we speak.
Yeah, I can see the difference in the closeup picture you posted on the E5 vs. the Gamer V2 (picture available on their website for you to look at.) For me, the Gamer has been a good ball, as well as the D2 Feal (also with dimple in dimple.) Think I played an E5 for a few holes that I found ont he course once. Don’t have any real recollection of how it felt or performed.
I tied my best score ever the other day, shot a 74 playing an e5. It may be my favorite ball from now on too.
And where did you get the e5’s Pete?
Golf balls that go longer be cheaper to build and balls, which rotate more expensive to build. Therefore, the low balls usually do not turn much, or do not control the balls as good as expensive. Players do not just buy the most expensive golf balls unless they are actually golf.
I shot my pb 75 with one today. Pulled it off the shelf a week ago based on your review. I love the way it checks. I think it may check better than a pro v. Thanks for the rec.