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Srixon Q-Star Golf Ball Review

Srixon Q-Star Golf Ball

$24.33
Srixon Q-Star Golf Ball
8.15

Quality

8/10

    Features

    8/10

      Price

      9/10

        Shack's Rating

        8/10

          Pros

          • Great Stopping Power
          • Price
          • Softer Feel

          Cons

          • Stubborn on Long Shots
          • Not For Amateurs

          Srixon Q-Star Golf Ball Review

          Srixon Q-Star

          We’ve all hit that chip shot onto the green that looks perfect in the air, but the second the ball hits the green, the engines turn on and it cruises fifteen feet past the pin.  A golf ball with no grip on the green is a golf ball most golfers want to avoid.  That stopping power is exactly what makes the Srixon Q-Star Golf Ball stand out amongst others in the market today.

           

           

          Summary

          Srixon Q-Star

           

          The Srixon Q-Star Golf Ball is another solid choice in Srixon’s Star golf balls.  As they all do, this ball features the SpinSkin technology to improve green-side spin and more consistent shots.  The 324-dimple design decreases flight drag, that along with low compression, optimizes distance to the max.  The Srixon Q-Star Golf Ball is every part “Spin, Trajectory, Acceleration, and Responsiveness” as advertised.

           

          Our Thoughts

           

          While another solid option in the large assortment of soft-feel golf balls on the market today, the Srixon Q-Star Golf Ball stands out for its green-side stopping power.  One of the biggest flaws in high handicap golfers is the lack of control around the green, and the stopping power of these golf balls can certainly help from golfers chasing their shots to the opposite fringe.  Conversely, these golf balls tend not to be as gentle as advertised.  While a soft golf ball indeed, the Srixon Q-Star Golf Ball can be a little stubborn on drives and iron shots.  Stopping power on the green is great, assuming you can get on the green at all, right?  Overall, we see no reason not to go with these golf balls.  We recommend golfers who already have good swing control and at least mediocre swing speeds take advantage of these golf balls, if only just to have better stopping power and spend less than $2 per ball.