Looking to play a new ball yet don’t want to pay that bulky price associated with a premium ball? The South African market has received a special injection this year.
The AD333 Tour replaces the ever popular Srixon Q-Star - that's if you’re looking for a bit more performance under the hood. An innovative (we will get to that) “Tour- like “performing 3-piece ball that has a special place in the market. As we have seen the arrival of another 3-piece ball from another brand that has taken the market by storm. Now enter The AD333 Tour, an all-ability golf ball for Clubhead speeds over 80 mph. A Srixon first in South Africa using a new Urethane cover with a new-age core.
Tech Tales in the AD333 Tour
The very same core used that’s used in the UltiSoft (suitable for your slower to mid swing speeds) www.golfweather.com/golf-news/srixon-s-softest-ball-yet-the-ultisoft/1503.
Testing the AD333 Tour recently I found it to be very competitive for its market segment. Long game performance is fantastic. Spin? The ball checks very well and especially with the short game and chip shots. The thought and technology that went into this ball are indicative of its great performance. If you suit the profile, I suggest you giving the AD333 Tour a good bash. A great performer at a notable price.
Available from leading golf shops and on course stores. Priced in the region of R39,99 per ball.
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