Need To Know
The Srixon AD333 golf ball is one of the most popular balls in the sport and this has been proven by its longevity in the game.
Now in its impressive 10th series, the Srixon AD333 does not let you down in terms of performance, distance and spin rate around the greens.
Although more expensive and premium golf balls are manufactured to perform better, the Srixon AD333 has always been a more affordable option and it currently stands at £27 per dozen balls.
They are a two-piece, low compression ball that is suited to any golfer and Alex from GolfMagic went down to Mannings Heath Golf and Wine Estate to test their performance.
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The Srixon AD333 ticks a lot of boxes for a lot of golfers, but specifically for those with higher handicaps and slower back swings.
They are cheaper than the premium golf balls made by TaylorMade and Titleist, but this does not mean that their performance diminishes.
The AD333 is very successful, much like the Srixon Distance, and they both provide a nice and soft feel off the clubface in and around the greens.
They are comfortable to hit, but as you know, they are a two-piece ball so they do not produce the same responsive spin levels as premium-priced golf balls.
However during your round, if you were to grab a TaylorMade TP5 golf ball and a Srixon AD333 and blanked out their identity, it would be hard to differentiate in terms of performance and durability.
It is a versatile golf ball and this is why it is suited to a variety of golfers who have had a variety of experiences in the game.
There is a simple answer as to why the Srixon AD333 is so popular. They have always been at an affordable price and they perform very consistently.
When Alex used data and numbers to assess the ball's performance, he was able to produce good distance and spin levels, which shows that it is a versatile product.
The Srixon AD333 is aimed for a wide demographic in the sport and at £27 per dozen, it will continue to be a popular and well-liked golf ball.