This is the most difficult aspect of the Bridgestone J40 to wrap my head around, let alone describe. I could use a new driver but I am left handed so will have to give it to my brother. The Titleist was noticeably heavier than all other drivers tested. Yes, you read that right… Days! I would love to try their clubs, especially this great looking driver. It is hard to find their clubs anywhere but would rate the ones that I have seen and tried as some of the best! Christmas Gift Guide for Golfers.
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I still love the feel of my R TP. Really like the s for its softness and spin around the greens. Unfortunately finding this brand in my area is rather annoying.
Not surprised by this. I dont think any of the other OEM balls really match up for me. I have been rooting for Bridgestone to take a shot at the top brands out there, and this might be the driver to do it. Thank you for wonderful products.
I want to thank mgs for putting on this contest. I currently use Cleveland equipment, but would gladly change to Bridgestone!
I have tried most of the Bridgestone balls, I love the bs, as for the clubs unfortunatly I have not had the opportunity to try any out, but after your review I should win the club so you can save me some cash, if not I surly will be trying out this driver, happy thanksgiving all! I made the switch as soon as Rbidgestone hit it.
Again, these are averages, generally over at least 6 swings, and throwing out the strikes that I 454 tell by feel were bad. These are the best blades I have ever owned.
While I suspect not everyone will love the way the J40 sounds and feels, I also think there are plenty who will. Sign me up for the newsletter. Unquestionably 4455 to my Ping and Superfast TP that preceded it.
As this list indicates, however, some drivers are working better than others this year.
Woods and irons are sweet. And as Brian put it: Golfspy Dave 7 years ago.
I would love a bridgdstone to hit this driver!! I read bridfestone alone. In days i will be set for awhile with the following:. I have been a Bridgestone e6 user through every generation of that ball. Hell Yes, it did. Beyond that, the stock shaft is Project X Graphite, which plenty of guys other than myself absolutely love. His D2 measured Love the feel of the e5s and after reading the reviews on the J40, I think the smaller head of the driver would fit right into my game.
I have played a couple of demo bridgwstone and have bridgesotne wedge from Bridgestone and really like their products. There is also a stainless steel weight in the heel. As George loosened up, however, his slice turned into a gentle fade. Andrew achieved slightly more left bias with the M2 D-Type, which was what he wanted for his tee game. The funny thing is; I can draw it and I always fade even with my draw-bias driver.
This driver is exactly the type of driver I would be interested in putting in my bag. I was sold on the looks bridgsetone. I got a j36…the best iron ever…from in…. I attribute this to the very square face and even weighting — it was almost impossible for me to hit hooks with my more open faced Rapture, Callaway and Superfast TP drivers.