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Bridgestone Golf e12 Contact Golf Balls (One Dozen) 2019 Model Matte Green

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Active Acceleration Mantle: e12 SOFT features the Active Acceleration Mantle which is comprised of a new High Performance Polymer material with added surfactant that creates increased thrust and higher initial ball velocity at impact.
Delta Dimple: The e12 SOFT utilizes Bridgestone’s patented Delta Wing Dimple pattern for less drag and smoother airflow when the ball is in flight. The enhanced aerodynamics increase the straight distance properties of e12 SOFT.
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Bridgestone compression rating of 50

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Age Range (Description): Adult. Brand: Bridgestone Golf. Material: Plastic. Color: Matte Green. Sport Type: Golf. Date First Available: January 17, 2019. Best Sellers Rank: #836 in Sports & Outdoors. Customer Reviews: 4.7 out of 5 stars 5,148 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars. ASIN: B07MWVDL94. Hand Orientation: ‎Right. Sport Type: ‎Golf. Size: ‎One Size. Included Components: ‎Golf Balls. Style: ‎2019 Model. Model Year: ‎2019. Part Number: ‎E12 SOFT Matte Green. Manufacturer: ‎Bridgestone Golf. Number of Items: ‎12. Suggested Users: ‎Mens. Material: ‎Plastic. Color: ‎Matte Green. Model Name: ‎E12 SOFT Matte Green. Brand Name: ‎Bridgestone Golf. Item Weight: ‎640 Grams. Item Dimensions LxWxH: ‎6 x 7 x 2 inches. Package Weight: ‎0.64 Kilograms. Item Package Dimensions L x W x H: ‎7.48 x 5.63 x 1.69 inches.

Specification: Bridgestone Golf e12 Contact Golf Balls (One Dozen) 2019 Model Matte Green

Weight 640 lbs

12 reviews for Bridgestone Golf e12 Contact Golf Balls (One Dozen) 2019 Model Matte Green

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  1. B. Johnson

    The e12 promises long and straight shots. I had played a few e6s I had found over the years and my only complaint was that I could not work my shots when needed; the e6 just went straight … as advertised. So I tried the e12 yesterday. Same results. The e12 delivers on its promise. It provides long and straight shots, but I could not work the ball. I also found it “soft” and “mushy” off the club face, which robbed me of the haptic feedback I need to learn from each swing so I can adjust and improve on the next shots. Overall, the e12 is not a ball I will paly regularly. I usually play the 330-Rx. I find it more suited to my needs than the Titlest ProV1. Now the good news. I played with an older man named Ralph. I gave him an e12 to try out. I had played with Ralph several time before. He struggles to get the ball in the air and could use all the distance he can get from a ball. WOW! The 12 totally changed his game within two holes. He got his shots up in the air and they went MUCH longer and straighter. He shot his best round EVER. So I gave him the rest of the sleeve and I will give the rest of the box to Ralph next time we pair up next time I see him. I was great to see someone enjoy himself so much. The e12 may be just the ball for all the Ralphs out there. If you need to hit your shots straighter and longer, the e12 may be just the ball for you. It is not the ball for me.Read more

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  2. kenepp1

    First of all, I am a 76 year old male that plays 3 times a week. My swing speed is only about 75mph and my usual drive is only about 200 yards. Today I played on a 6 each par 5/4/3 hole course. My standard ball is the MG Senior. I also play the E6 Soft when it is windy. Today I tried out The Bridgestone E12 Soft. I love this ball. It is more lively than the E6 Soft. I hit it straighter, higher and just a little farther and with a better check-up on the greens (although the greens were a little soft after a rain) than my MG Senior ball or the E6 Soft.Read more

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  3. Scott

    I usually use a urethane tour quality ball, but when the e12 contact was introduced I admittedly fell for the marketing hype: “longer, straighter, excellent greenside spin.” I expected to play a couple of rounds and then relegate these balls to water holes or practice rounds. But then I kept hitting better shot after shot–with driver, fairway woods, mid-irons and wedges. For kicks I proceeded to go back to my tour ball for a round and found I hit it about 10% shorter than the e12 and saw a bit of a fade creep into my shots that wasn’t there with the Bridgestone. I am still able to work the ball when I need to (draw around a tree, fade over a greenside bunker). I just bought a second dozen and plan to play them this summer. If these balls continue to perform it will be my new regular ball. And at a bit over half the price of a tour ball, they are a deal (especially since the ionomer cover is way more durable than urethane). I’m a 13 handicap who plays 100+ rounds a year.Read more

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  4. Mike Hoban

    I am an 8 handicap and have been playing the Bridgestone Tour B RXS for the last two years. I bought a dozen of the e-12’s green matte thinking that the bright color might help my ball striking due to my deteriorating eye sight. I believe it helps but what is even more important is that I love the ball. To me, as good a feel and equal in distance. The exterior seems to hold up better as well. I’m sold and $7.00 less per dozen is a bonus.Read more

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  5. LTCJC

    I was using the Bridgestone e6 ball, but decided to try the new e12 ball. The e12 seems to give me a little more distance and drives straight. I am an average golfer with a 20 handicap. I am 79 years old and need the extra distance provided by this ball.Read more

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  6. Public Servant

    I bought a dozen of the Bridgestone e12 Soft yellow golf balls with hopes that the ads were honest. What I got was an added 16 yards with my driver & average 9 yards more with my Cobra One irons as compared with my standby Titleist Tour Soft & ProV1!golfballs. Additionally, the reduced spin off my driver landed the balls in the fairway. No lost balls!!! The sound is a little bit different than the Tour Softs & ProV1s but iron accuracy is much more consistent. I saw no noticeable loss of spin or “check-up” on the green. Sound & feel off the putter is good. I am 72 years old (young) & sport a 5 handicap. I am expecting that to go down to my 2 handicap of 10-12 years ago. Thank you Bridgestone!!Read more

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  7. dan cohen

    These balls give me good distance off both driver and irons. They spin just fine and have above average stopping power for a surlyn ball. I think these balls perform almost exactly the same as the Titleist Trufeel, which is my normal ball. The feel is soft, but not too soft. Firmer than Duo Soft or Supersoft. About like the B-RXS. For my 92mph(ish) swing I think they’re about perfect. Slower swingers don’t have to worry about losing distance with driver with a low compression ball, because we’re not hitting it that far, anyway. Except that we DO hit lower compression balls FARTHER with irons and everything else in the bag! The E12 has enough firmness to get great distance off the tee and it’s soft enough to get good iron distance. The E12s are more expensive than the Trufeel by about $8, but they’re also a three-piece ball, which is more expensive to manufacture. But when they’re $30 ( right now they’re $26.54 a dozen and I’m buying a dozen, thank you Amazon) you’re getting close to where you can buy last season’s B-RX or a Wilson urethane ball, or a Snell, Vice or Oncore urethane ball for the same price. In fact, if you several dozen at a time, you can get the 2018 B-RX for $26 a dozen on Ebay. And the same with the mail-order balls. Anyway, the point is…the price is a little high. Durability is okay. Contrary to what a lot of people think, ionomer balls are not more durable than urethane. Urethane gets scuffed far less from trees and paths than ionomer. But I tend to put a new ball in play every few holes anyway. I just like new balls! I really wish someone would test all these “mid-level” ionomer balls, the way MGS tested the urethane balls. I think it would be interesting.Read more

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  8. SWF

    It’s true that clubs and balls can make a difference but ultimately they are only as good as the player. Having said that, some clubs are more forgiving and softer balls can be advantageous to older golfers or anyone with a slower swing speed. I regularly use Bridgestone e6 super-soft balls and hoped that the new e12 “contact” balls would give me a few more yards and a little better accuracy on the green. In truth they are more expensive and make no difference at all to my game. So, do use quality clubs and balls by all means but don’t pay a premium for no discernible advantage.Read more

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  9. Dean E.

    I’ve been testing different brands of ball lately and doing research into straighter flight balls as I am a slicer! These are the latest balls I’ve tried and they are excellent. When I get my swing nearly right they fly straight, and when I don’t they slice but not as bad as other balls I’ve used. My longest drive with these balls is 266 yards and my driver swing speed is only around the 90mph speed. The yellow balls are easy to see in the air, on the fairway and in the rough! I also got my 1st eagle using this ball with an 80 yard sand wedge onto the green and the ball just hit the green and gently rolled into the hole. They offer great distance and good control around the green with more spin on your short irons than your usual long hitting 2 piece ball. This is now my go to ball.Read more

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  10. SAMWELL

    Checked the golf sites for best ball for Seniors, this ball is the best,one very slight drawback Winter distance reduced but, that’s the same for every brand. Recommended it to all the other Seniors at our club, take up so far, excellent but,and it’s a big but, very difficult to get in the UK, Amazon supplier via US. Great ballRead more

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  11. David S

    Bridgestone is not the first brand you think of when buying golf balls but after watching a recent YouTube review I decided to give them a try. I’m delighted! They seem to combine good length with softness, so a great all round performer for me. Maybe worth noting that Tiger Woods plays Bridgestone balls!Read more

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  12. Georgie J

    I have used the E6 Bridgestones and was pleased with them so gave these a try. I am a Senior player now so swing speed is slower but these balls seem very sympathetic and I am pleased with distance and straightness of play. Feel is good so for a ‘budget’ priced ball so I think they are great.Read more

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