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Mizuno Prior Generation RB Tour Golf Balls
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Mizuno Prior Generation RB Tour Golf Balls


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Mizuno has created a new tour-category premium golf ball with the RB Tour. The Mizuno RB Tour features 4-layer construction designed to give golfers professional level performance through the air.

  • 4-piece tour golf ball
  • Mid-High compression rating at 93
  • Urethane cover for a soft feel and greenside spin
  • Mizuno's 330 C-Dimples maximize aerodynamics
  • Lower compression and spin compared to RB Tour X

Product Comparison Chart

Prior Generation RB Tour
Pro V1
RB Tour X
Pro V1
CompressionHigh (90)High (110)
Best ForUnder 105 mph, low handicap105+ mph, low handicap
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Product Reviews

Avg Rating: 4.6 out of 5 User Ratings & Reviews (17)


Missoula, MT

Handicap 0 - 5

Cheaper For A Reason
Not a bad golf ball, but certainly not the best. I read reviews about the RB Tour promoting a lower ball flight with high feel around the greens, but this certainly felt like a non-premium product. Distance was ~1/2 club shorter than comparably priced balls, and didn't seem to have more feel around the greens. Also, as mentioned in other reviews, the cover of the ball was noticeably damaged after less than two rounds, and the personalization was nearly gone after less than one round.


Meskegon, MI

Handicap 16 - 20

Great Ball
Great distance and spin for and old guy. Lots of spin on the green even for an old guy. Golfballs.com had FREE personalization plus great price and free shipping.


Southern Pines, NC

Handicap 11 - 15

Remember Dave MARR
I like the dimple appearance, logo. clean whiteness and the fact they are workable off the driver thru wedges. Fir the most part the Mizuno ball is straight w comparable distance to the top 3 played balls, have a superior feel around the green and w the putter. However, as some others have mentioned, the disadvantage is these balls seem to marr easier when hit into/out of sand bunkers & sparse lies. At the unbelievable current prices, one can afford a few scrapes or to replace them more often. These are a great alternative to the much more expensive “most played” balls.


Fort Pillow, TN

Handicap 6 - 10

Love it
Changed over to this ball from the RB 566 V, the RB tour I have out perform ProV, Chrome soft and TP5 for me. RB Tour is softer feeling through the bags spins great from around the greens, has a great ball flight and is more controllable throughout the bag, really nice off the putter.


Leonardtown, MD

Handicap 11 - 15

Hidden Gem
I have been playing only Mizuno balls for the past year and believe they are right up there with the best balls on the market. They are extremely soft around the greens, great feel putting, and just as long (or longer) as any other ball I have played. I would easily compare these balls to Titleist Pro V collection of balls however, at golfball.com you can get them for about 60% of the cost of the Pro Vs. I recently bought 3 dozen and with shipping paid $80. Thats about the price of very low end balls with the quality of the best balls. Give them a try and you won't be disappointed. Also, with so few people currently playing them, you will always know if you found your ball on an errant hit.


City View Heights, OH

Handicap 16 - 20

Super soft
These balls are extremely soft on the cover, the best feel off the putter I've ever felt and I have been 3 putting MUCH MUCH less because of the feel, might help that I got a really nice OMIO Mizuno putter and the two just seem to be made for each other. I am just a Mizuno person in general, but use to hit Taylormade balls, I like these much better and the price is right in comparison to many other soft balls. I agree with some comments on the scuffs, you hit a cart path and its done, other than that, these are all I hit.


Handicap 6 - 10

Very nice ball but scuffs easily
I'm 67 8 hdcp, and hit drive 225 on good day. This ball fits my regular shaft swing speed, feels soft, spins on green, but scuffs rather easily. I just keep playing them anyway. They play about the same as Bridgestone E6/12 Soft balls, really nice around the green. And they have a built in homing device, at least at my course: when I lose them, guys give them back to me because nobody else plays Mizuno golf balls.


Miami, FL

Handicap 11 - 15

Mizuno RB balls
The Mizuno RB balls seem to fly higher and longer. I gave some out to the group and they all loved them


Mountville, PA

Handicap 11 - 15

Durability Issues
Liked the spin I got from the ball. It is ashame that I was only able to get about 3 shots out of a ball before the cover would cut/blemish.


San Leandro, CA

Handicap 21 - 30

Thes balls are a steal
There may be something to the dimple story they push with these balls. I found driving, hybrids and fairway woods went much straighter. Would not say there is huge gain in distance (other then from the straighter flight). Its not like the ball makes me swing any faster... Was very happy with performance on greens as well. much less run out after landing from low pitches. Why is it everytime I find a great ball at a low price they get much more costly real fast?
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