Is this the most UNDERRATED golf ball of 2022? | Srixon Q-Star Tour Review

Alex from GolfMagic took the new Srixon Q-Star Tour golf ball on to the course to test its feel, distance and spin rate around the greens.

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Matt Chivers
Fri, 11 Feb 2022
Is this the most UNDERRATED golf ball of 2022? | Srixon Q-Star Tour Review

Need To Know

- The greenside control and spin rate are perfect for golfers with moderate swing speeds.
- At £34.99, you might want to pay slightly less than this price.
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PRICE: £34.99 YEAR: from 2022

Alex's initial thoughts on the new Srixon Q-Star Tour golf ball were immediately drawn to their suitability for golfers with moderate swing speeds.

This ball has the same characteristics as tour golf balls that are regarded as better products, which makes this new Srixon ball a little underrated.

The Q-Star Tour is a low compression golf ball and it is suited to golfers who do not swing the club quickly and who don't generate great ball speeds.

Once this ball is matched up with the appropriate golfer, they will be able to maximise distance, accuracy and spin. This ball is definitely worth trying on the golf course.

The Srixon Q-Star Tour is perfect for short pitches into the green as you can achieve a lot of spin. The connection and feel are very pleasing off the clubface.


In terms of technology, this three-piece ball has Spin Skin and micro-coating to contribute to the suitability of golfers with moderate swing speeds.

With putting, the ball feels very soft and pleasing off the clubface and it has the ability to instil great confidence in your short game.

This is another great release by Srixon which has come shortly after the release of their impressive Z-Star Diamond golf ball.

They are far cheaper than premium-priced balls such as Titleist Pro V1's and TaylorMade TP5's. At £34.99, they are still an expensive golf ball but more affordable than their market competitors.

Alex experienced positive results on the golf course with the Srixon Q-Star Tour ball and he strongly recommends that golfers with moderate swing speeds should consider putting them into play.