Srixon Q-Star Golf Balls
Q: Could a Tour Ball actually be hurting your game?
A: Yes, If you are above a 10HDCP, 75% of the spin you but on the ball tends to be side spin which increase a hook or slice leading to less fairways hit.
Q: Does golf ball fitting work
A: Yes, for players that can consistently control their ball and work it both ways and control trajectory – golf ball fitting is essential. For the 75% of golfers in the US that cannot break 90 they need a ball that helps control miss-hits and will lead to more fairways hit and less penalty strokes to lower scores.
Q: Is a multilayer golf ball a better performing ball
A: Multilayer or dual core golf balls are designed to help manufactures create different harness values from the core to the outer cover. The goal of this type of construction is to create low spin off the driver and higher spin with wedges. New technology such as Srixon's EGG (Energetic Gradient Growth) core technology achieves this same type of hardness variance in a 2pc offering with less variability and translates to a cost savings for consumers.
Q: How many times do you play a course that is rolling 13+ on the STEMP meter?
A: The average green speed across the US is 8 – therefore too much spin around the green leads to short shots
Q: What is more accurate from just off the green with 15 feet of green to work with?
A: A bump and run will be more accurate than a long pitch that is difficult to control. Most teaching professionals will tell you that you have a greater percentage of getting up and down if you treat the chip like a putt.