What is the difference between AD333 and AD333 tour?

What is the difference between AD333 and AD333 tour?

That’s a tough one to answer as the new AD333 Tour has a compression of 72 compared to 75 on the regular AD333. So there shouldn’t be any noticeable differences there. The main difference comes through the cover.

Is AD333 a good ball?

Our test pro said the AD333 offered an almost perfect blend of high energy from the tee and good backspin with the wedges, and all at a brilliant price. VERDICT: A very well-rounded, reasonably priced golf ball that comes with an excellent pedigree for tons of normal golfers.

What compression is Srixon AD333 tour?

72 compression
A tour ball that’s optimised for average swing speeds, and unlike some the AD333 Tour’s not gone chasing low compression at all costs. A 72 compression means the Tour feels firm enough with a driver and irons, but soft enough to offer excellent feedback within the short game and on the green.

What replaced the Srixon AD333?

Srixon Q-Star Tour golf ball
Srixon Q-Star Tour golf ball Lots of club golfers loved Srixon’s AD333 Tour ball, and this is its replacement, bringing Srixon’s European in line with what’s available in the USA.

Do srixon still make AD333 Tour golf balls?

This is the third generation of the AD333 Tour and as such it uses the same 3rd Generation Spin Skin coating over a 338 dimple urethane cover that was also on the Srixon AD333 2017 ball launched last year….Srixon AD333 Tour 2018 Golf Ball – Product Details.

UK Launch 02 February 2018
Manufacturer’s Website Srixon Website

Is Srixon AD333 low spin?

Srixon Z-Star (£39.99) A three-piece 0.6mm-urethane-covered ball, Z-Star offers 90 compression, long distance through low driver spin, a mid flight and the highest greenside spin.

Does srixon still make AD333?

The 2021 Srixon AD333 golf ball has a new alignment aid. The new Srixon AD333 is the tenth generation of the two-piece ball. The 2021 Srixon AD333 golf ball is available in Pure White and Tour Yellow.

Is AD333 the same as Q star?

Verdict: Srixon AD333 golf ball The AD333 was the best-selling 2-piece ball for a good many years. If you can’t justify paying for the performance of the Q-Star Tour, or don’t feel your game sees the benefits on offer from a urethane cover, the AD333 is a very solid alternative.

What is the difference between Srixon AD333 and soft feel?

Srixon say if you want extra control (the AD333 is three-star spin ball where the Soft Feel comes in with two stars), go with the AD333. But if your preference is for a softer ball, the Soft Feel is the route to follow.

Is Srixon AD333 urethane?

The AD333 does feature the 3rd generation Srixon Spin Skin that features a urethane coating on the thin ionomer cover to try and create a little more friction to maximise the spin, so for the type of ball that it is, the control is not bad.

Is Srixon Q Star the same as AD333 tour?

In addition to that, if you read the label on the box, you’ll quickly find that both balls have the same spec so the Q Star is essentially a new AD333. Those who tested the two find that the Q Star softer and easier to stop than the AD333. Other golfers stated they found no difference except in the cost.

Is AD333 a hard ball?

On and around the green it was difficult to tell the difference between the two models as the AD333 is a pretty soft sounding ball when you are putting and chipping with it.

Is AD333 soft?

What is the difference between Srixon Soft Feel and AD333?

Srixon Soft Feel golf ball Well, there’s still two choices in the Srixon line-up to decide between: the Soft Feel and AD333. So how do you choose? Srixon say if you want extra control (the AD333 is three-star spin ball where the Soft Feel comes in with two stars), go with the AD333.

Which Srixon ball is like Pro V1?

The Srixon Z-Star is a premium golf ball that has a number of characteristics that low handicap golfers look for. Since it came on the market about 10 years ago, it has been gaining popularity and is worthy competitor to the big boy on the block, the Pro V1.