Srixon AD333 Golf Balls Review

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Srixon have launched an all-new AD333 golf ball for better balanced performance that they say gives golfers exceptional distance, soft feel and greenside control

Srixon has announced the launch of a newly redesigned version of it's AD333 golf ball, which has dominated the UK 2-piece market for the past 11 years.

The new Srixon AD333 golf ball is a premium, lower compression golf ball that is aimed to be "ideal for golfers who demand balanced performance from a more durable, 2-piece offering that delivers the perfect combination of performance, exceptional distance, soft feel and greenside control."

The AD333 golf ball utilises the same premium technologies found in Srixon’s higher performing tour-level balls, but offers them in a 2-piece construction that is more durable and affordable to the wider market. 

“The AD333 ́s built-in tour technologies should help golfers see great performance in every aspect of their golf game,” said Michael Ross, Senior Product Manager at Srixon.
“This is the golf ball for players who seek maximum playability from a more durable, 2-piece design.”

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The UK's best-selling two-piece ball. Srixon say while competitor ionomer balls offer similar distance on full shots as the AD333, their golf ball distinguishes itself with excellent greenside control, thanks to Spin Skin technology.

WE SAY: 
Over the last 15 years the AD333 has carved out a fond place among UK club golfers, and we can see why based on its solid, across-the-board performance. A great ball for greedy golfers who insist on stacking everything in their favour. A driver ball speed within 2mph of the fastest on test means the AD333 is powerful; backspin was a little higher which robbed our test pro of a few yards, but wedge backspin was the second highest on test which is incredible for a two-piece golf 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.

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VERDICT: 
A very well-rounded, reasonably priced golf ball that comes with an excellent pedigree for tons of normal golfers. Ideally positioned to perform for a wide range of swing speeds. The solid sound but soft feel is well suited to players who don't want to join the march towards low-compression balls.

Srixon AD333 Golf Balls: Key Features

The new AD333 features a lower-compression Energetic Gradient GrowthTM Core, a new third generation Spin SkinTM coating, and a new, more efficient 338 Aerodynamic Speed DimpleTM Pattern. These three technologies combine to deliver balanced performance, longer, more accurate driving distance, better iron control, and improved greenside spin.
Srixon AD333: Key Tech Lower-Compression Energetic Gradient Growth Core. AD333 ́s 
core technology uses variable stiffness to deliver better feel and 
exceptional distance on every shot.

Third Generation Spin Skin Coating. This latest iteration of Srixon’s 
proven ball coating is more elastic with less bonding points so it 
produces more consistent spin from any lie — especially the rough.

Aerodynamic 338 Speed Dimple Pattern. Along with more control in 
the wind, this dimple pattern reduces drag to maximise distance.

Available in Pure White and Tour Yellow, the new AD333 golf ball officially launches in the UK on 15/09/2017 and has an SRP of £22.00 per dozen.

For further information on the new AD333 and all Srixon golf balls, products and accessories, as used by the game's best players, visit www.srixon.co.uk  

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