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Bridgestone Golf 2013 e6 Golf Balls

Review Last Updated: May 28, 2020

Mark Woods
Product Review by Mark Woods

Product Features

  • 12 Bridgestone golf balls
  • 1.4 pounds
  • Reformulated cover
  • Dual dimple technology

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the Bridgestone Golf 2013 e6 Golf Balls.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Variety of colors available
  • Well known golf ball
  • Excellent feedback

Cons

  • More premium models are available

Bridgestone Golf 2013 e6 Golf Balls Product Review

If, however, you are looking for a more budget-friendly option and a bit of a blast from the past, then the Bridgestone Golf 2013 e6 Golf Balls may be everything you’re looking for in a Bridgestone golf ball.

With an excellent cover designed for improved aerodynamics and one of the first balls to feature the now-standard Dual Dimple technology, the e6 is now as proficient as it was groundbreaking back in 2013.

At the time of release, the e6 claimed to be the softest multilayer ball on the market, and whilst this may now not still be true, it is certainly still one of the softest golf balls available.

The reformulated cover was an innovator at the time as not only did it also increase ball softness, but it did so without enhancing driver backspin.

The excellent balls available in this twelve-pack may be somewhat outdated, but they still undeniably have the ability to improve your average golfers game and all for a truly amazing price.

What the Bridgestone Golf 2013 e6 Golf Balls lack in new, fresher technological improvements and features they more than makeup for in providing excellent, efficient service all whilst sporting a quite brilliant price tag.

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