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I swing the driver at about 95-100 mph and carry about 260 yards. I slice the ball so anything that would minimize that would help The most important thing I am looking for in a ball would be 150 yards and in, I like something that feels kind of soft off of the putter (I use Evnroll er5) and I don't mind some roll out on pitch shots. I use M6 irons I want to spend no more than 20-30$ a dozen. Currently I use the Srixon Q star tour as I get 40% off of all Srixon equipment for college club golf. However, I would say my favorite golf ball at the moment is chrome soft with the truvis pattern, it just feels very solid. Should I switch to those and buy them off of lostgolfballs or should I stick to my Srixon balls, or anything else. Recommendations and explanations are greatly appreciated, I just want to stop thinking about my equipment.
From the InBox today.... Srixon Announces Newly Redesigned Q-STAR Golf Ball for Better Balanced Performance HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. â€” July 17, 2017 â€” SRIXONÂ® announces launch of the newly redesigned Q-STARÂ® golf ball for golfers who demand balanced performance from a more durable, two-piece ball offering. The Srixon Q-STAR is available in Pure Whiteâ„¢ and Tour Yellowâ„¢ and officially launches in North America on August 18, 2017. Srixon is a tour-proven golf manufacturer with premium golf balls and club offerings popular with golfers around the world. The Q-STAR golf ball utilizes the same premium technologies found in Srixon's higher-priced tour balls but offers them in a 2-piece construction that is more durable and affordable. The new Q-STAR features a lower-compression Energetic Gradient GrowthTM Core, a new third generation Spin Skinâ„¢ coating, and a new, more efficient 338 Aerodynamic Speed Dimpleâ„¢ Pattern. These three technologies combine to deliver balanced performance: longer, more accurate driving distance, better iron control, and improved greenside spin. â€œThe Q-STAR's built-in tour technologies should help golfers see great performance in every aspect of their golf game,â€ said Michael Ross, Senior Product Manager at Srixon. â€œThis is the golf ball for players who seek maximum playability from a more durable, 2-piece design.â€ The key technologies inside the new Q-STAR include: Â· Lower-Compression Energetic Gradient Growth Core. Q-STAR's core technology uses variable stiffness to deliver better feel and exceptional distance on every shot. Â· Third Generation Spin Skin Coating. This latest iteration of Srixon's proven ball coating is more elastic with less bonding points so it produces more consistent spin from any lie â€” especially the rough. Â· Aerodynamic 338 Speed Dimple Pattern. Along with more control in the wind, this dimple pattern reduces drag to maximize distance. The Srixon Q-STAR golf ball officially launches in North America on August 18, 2017, at a MAP of $24.99 per dozen.