What’s your price?

Michael Humphries

22 August 2022

It’s no secret that the golf ball you’re using plays a big part in your performance, but we’re not naïve to the fact that price is important too. That’s why we’re taking a look at Srixon golf balls in a few different price brackets; giving you an idea of what you can get for your money. 

Budget - Low

From our picks here, Srixon’s AD333 golf balls will do the least damage to your bank account, but they’re certainly nothing to turn your nose up at. This ball is best for players looking for plenty of distance, although you might be surprised by just how good these feel around the greens as well. It's been a mainstay in Srixon's range for years, with regular updates to help you maximise performance.

Budget - Mid

That distance is great, but if you’re a pretty confident ball-striker and want a bit more control and consistency in your shots, the Q-Star Tour golf balls are a great option. Middle of the road in terms of price, these balls might not be what the Tour players are using, but you’re getting really good performance from tee-to-green. If you feel like you could benefit from some alignment aid in your putting, the Q-Star Tour Divide is a fantastic option.

Budget - High

Now we come to the legendary golf balls on Tour. Srixon’s Z-Star, Z-Star XV & Z-Star Diamond balls fill the bags of some of the game’s elite. Why? The overall performance is as good as it gets, but we’d say the biggest difference-maker is the SpinSkin cover with SeRM coating, which lets you grip the ball more with your wedges and irons for increased spin.

We hope this article helps you decide which golf ball will find its way into your bag next. But, if you’re still not sure, you’re in luck. Pop by the pro shop and we'll happily talk you through which model is best suited to your game.

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