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Srixon TriSpeed Golf Balls

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Manufacturer Description

Srixon Trispeed - The new Srixon Trispeed is a great golf ball designed for golfers of ALL skill levels. The Tri Speed is a 3 piece construction golf ball designed for maximum distance offering great feel. This low compression golf ball promotes a highly resilient core using the patented Energetic Gradient Growth technology from Srixon Golf which provides golfers with the long drive they have been searching for. The Srixon Golf name brand offers golfers of all swing speeds a ball that will perform well for them with the new Srixon Golf TriSpeed golf ball.

  • High trajectory 333 dimple design
  • Made for a wide variety of swing speeds
  • 3 Piece Construction
  • Rabalon blended ionomer cover

Avg Rating: 5 out of 5
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Good all around ball
The Srixon Trispeed Ball is a very good all around ball off the tee and around the green. For a mid handicapper I recommend this ball for high trajectory flight and better control around the greens.
Handicap 11 - 15 Staff Review: from Chris
LONG! LONG! Did I mention this ball is long?
This ball has a tremendous feel off of any club in the bag. Excellent durability combined with superior distance make this ball perfect for any golfer. Another great product from Srixon!
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Spreading the word about your wonderful service and product
Received my order yesterday and the product is just as promised. Thank you for the fast turnaround. I can't wait till hubby opens his "personalized" gift on christmas morning.
Lady J (Mulberry, FL)
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They are the best in this price range!!...
I spoke to a SRIXON rep. and he said they are going to add even more spin around the greens in the ball being released in 12/09. For right now though, this ball is the longest & "spinniest" in this price range (otherwise for more spin you'll need to spend the big bucks for ProV's, or Callaway's, etc.). I highly recommend this ball to most amateurs and even most better players > it can still generate good spin on half-wedge shots, etc.! Also, this ball seems to putt very well indeed. In fact, others have co
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better than NXT-Tours & CHEAPER too!!
Title says it all!!
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swing speed is between 75-80 what would be a good ball for me? thank you
02/07/2010 9:08 PM
Hi, thanks for the question. I would recommend the Nike Power Distance Soft, Taylor Made Burner, or the Callaway Big Bertha Diablo. All three have low compressions, and will allow you to gain some distance with a slower swing speed. -Parker Employee: Parker
02/08/2010 9:52 AM
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what is the difference between the old model tri-speed srixon (the one you sell) and the new one out end of 2009
jerry brandt
02/05/2010 9:46 PM
The 2010 TriSpeed has a slightly altered dimple design increasing ball speed and total distance vs the 2009 model. The 2010 version has a slightly thinner cover which you will notice an increase in control over your short game. Both are EXCELLENT golf balls and should help your game improve. Employee: Andy
02/11/2010 9:19 AM
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I got an email today showing an extra 15% discount for certain balls but there is no promotion code and the 15% discount doesn't appaer "in the cart"
Tom McGrath
01/29/2010 3:30 PM
Hi,t hanks for the question. The promotion on the email is 15jan. You can enter this code on the "view cart" page, and the discounted price will be applied. -Parker Employee: Parker
01/29/2010 3:33 PM
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