Bridgestone Golf e12 Contact Golf Balls (One Dozen)
|Age Range (Description)||Adult|
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- Active Acceleration Mantle: e12 SOFT features the Active Acceleration Mantle which is comprised of a new High Performance Polymer material with added surfactant that creates increased thrust and higher initial ball velocity at impact.
- Delta Dimple: The e12 SOFT utilizes Bridgestone’s patented Delta Wing Dimple pattern for less drag and smoother airflow when the ball is in flight. The enhanced aerodynamics increase the straight distance properties of e12 SOFT.
- Made in United States
- Bridgestone compression rating of 50
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Bridgestone Golf e12 Soft Golf Balls (One Dozen)
3-piece surlyn golf ball that delivers sidespin reducing performance, with added distance off the tee with a softer feel. Bridgestone’s proprietary new Active Acceleration Mantle layer is a key component of the 3-piece construction. The Active Acceleration Mantle is comprised of a new High Performance Polymer material that provides increased thrust and higher initial velocity at impact, while allowing Bridgestone to soften the core for greater forgiveness and enhanced feel. Designed specifically for players with less than 105 MPH driver swing speeds. The e12 SOFT utilizes Bridgestone’s Delta Wing Dimple pattern for less drag and optimized aerodynamics in the cover.
Product detailsStyle:2019 Model | Color:Matte Green
- Date First Available : March 12, 2021
- Manufacturer : Bridgestone Golf
- ASIN : B08YSM8SZM
- Best Sellers Rank: #436 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Now the good news.
I played with an older man named Ralph. I gave him an e12 to try out. I had played with Ralph several time before. He struggles to get the ball in the air and could use all the distance he can get from a ball.
WOW! The 12 totally changed his game within two holes. He got his shots up in the air and they went MUCH longer and straighter. He shot his best round EVER. So I gave him the rest of the sleeve and I will give the rest of the box to Ralph next time we pair up next time I see him. I was great to see someone enjoy himself so much.
The e12 may be just the ball for all the Ralphs out there. If you need to hit your shots straighter and longer, the e12 may be just the ball for you. It is not the ball for me.
The E12s are more expensive than the Trufeel by about $8, but they're also a three-piece ball, which is more expensive to manufacture. But when they're $30 ( right now they're $26.54 a dozen and I'm buying a dozen, thank you Amazon) you're getting close to where you can buy last season's B-RX or a Wilson urethane ball, or a Snell, Vice or Oncore urethane ball for the same price. In fact, if you several dozen at a time, you can get the 2018 B-RX for $26 a dozen on Ebay. And the same with the mail-order balls. Anyway, the point is...the price is a little high.
Durability is okay. Contrary to what a lot of people think, ionomer balls are not more durable than urethane. Urethane gets scuffed far less from trees and paths than ionomer. But I tend to put a new ball in play every few holes anyway. I just like new balls!
I really wish someone would test all these "mid-level" ionomer balls, the way MGS tested the urethane balls. I think it would be interesting.
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So, do use quality clubs and balls by all means but don’t pay a premium for no discernible advantage.
I'm a 23 handicap working on bringing my scores down an the biggest issue I found was when I miss a fairway I struggled to find my ball resulting in dropped shots.
I've been using taylormade soft response in red over the summer which I would say are 8/10... however since the start of autumn these things just vanish off the tee in low light, and the fallen leaves provide perfect camo for them. I'd read green balls are great for the human eye as we're always conditioned to see green better... and these are no exception. Played my 1st round with them yesterday an lost just 1 ball. However that was my fault for slicing it over a cart path in to a forest.
I later hit 2 in to deep rough but found them with relative ease... if you also struggle with finding your ball in the rough I can only suggest you give these try as I'll be sticking with them all year round from now on.
I returned them and bought the Wilson Staff green which really are green!