What we say...
The UK’s best-selling two-piece ball has been around for a few years now but it has undergone an upgrade for 2011.
This upgrade includes a thinner cover for better feel, a larger core for faster ball speeds and lower driver spin and improved aerodynamics for better performance in all weather.
The ball is designed to offer all the distance, feel and spin performance that an amateur golfer is looking for at a price that won’t break the bank and the sales figures confirm that’s what it delivers. Also available in orange!
A Srixon spokesperson said “We have made the new AD333 a better ball for the everyday golfer by re-engineering the cover and core and applying new aerodynamics that all combine to give optimal performance.
This was a real favourite for our testers as well as impressive spin rates and distance when we looked at the statistics.
Srixon Balls User Reviews
These balls go miles for me and feels great off the driver. However it also is one of the softest 2 pieces on the market although obviously it doesn't spin as much as premium balls. These are great if you don't want to spend a fortune on golf balls but want soft feel around the greens.
The Srixon AD333 is so far the best golf ball i have used. I have used the Taylormade Burners and as a begginer these are the best ones so far. Would recommend to any begginer.
This ball plays as good as any i have come across. The first time i played it i was really suprised as it looks and feels like an expensive ball. yet it costs under £15. It is the BEST all-round ball out at the moment. It is long, soft, good around the greens and on them too. Soft off the putter face, long off the driver, im sure you've got the message now. Its a great ball, and i recommend you try this before your next batch of pro v1s, you might be in for a shock! Alternatives: Wilson Dx2s or Srixon Z-URS but i dont think you need any alternatives with these.
Good quality ball. Feels good on contact with all clubs, including the putter.
The AD333 are great. They aren't as soft as the Wilson Staff DX2's but are not too hard. Good distance with relatively low spin on the long irons and good control with shorter irons.