Srixon Q-Star Tour Divide Golf Balls

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Srixon Q-Star Tour Divide Golf Balls

Srixon Q-Star Tour Divide Golf Balls

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Expect a mid-high flight and soft feel (102 compression) and plenty of greenside spin thanks to its 0.5mm urethane cover which uses Spin Skin with SeRM. The 338 dimple pattern reduces drag and improves flight. Of the three, the new FastLayer core is the most interesting. If you move up Srixon’s ownership chain, you’ll ultimately arrive at Sumitomo Rubber Industries, the “SRI” in Srixon. SRI is a multi-billion-dollar tire and rubber company and, like Bridgestone, has rubber engineers coming out of its all-season radials. The FastLayer Core is a bit of rubber alchemy that’s soft in the center and gets progressively firmer toward the outside. The end result is a core that’s both firm and soft. If Srixon did go ahead with a Tour-level DIVIDE type, they’d probably have to forgo a matte finish. As we’ve learned, when matte balls get wet, they tend to launch significantly higher and spin significantly less than balls with a traditional gloss finish. Another Srixon signature is the 338 Speed Dimple Pattern. Srixon balls do have a reputation for performing well in the wind and the 338 Speed Dimple Pattern is designed to reduce drag and increase lift. Lower drag helps keep the ball online while greater lift helps keep the ball in the air longer. The Elephant in the Room

However, one thing is certain: If any Srixon Tour staffers did play a Z-STAR level DIVIDE, Srixon would get more TV time than it ever thought imaginable. Q-STAR TOUR DIVIDE Price, Specs and Availability Company number: 1394141; Registered office: Media House, Peterborough Business Park, Lynch Wood, Peterborough PE2 6EA and H Bauer Publishing, And if you liked the 2020 Srixon Q-STAR Tour, you’ll be happy to know Srixon followed the ball maker’s Hippocratic oath: First, do no harm. If, however, you’re a traditionalist and think optic yellow screams driving range and is an affront to the game’s sacred traditions, you might want to skip this article. It won’t make you happy. One of the shifts we’re seeing in the golf ball market is line extension. OEMs are putting more offerings on the table in hopes of scratching different golf ball itches. Srixon is taking that to the next level. The new Q-STAR Tour release now brings its urethane ball count to 12.Srixon categorizes the Q-STAR TOUR DIVIDE as mid-to-high-launch and, at 72 compression, it definitely registers on the soft side. Speed Dimple Pattern - Providing a penetrating ball flight in any conditions, the optimal dimple design increases lift and reduces drag to maximise distance. This new ball is a performer, through and through. Unlike painted golf balls, DIVIDE’s entire thermoplastic urethane cover is infused with bright pigments so that the colour won’t scratch or tear. Plus, that premium urethane adds spin for plenty of control around the greens. It wasn’t like someone said, ‘Hey, let’s make a two-tone golf ball’, and, presto, the engineers had it done the next day,” says Schielke. “It took quite a bit of prototyping, testing, getting the colors right and getting a really clean seam.” Welcome to The Golf Shop Online, where our passion for golf drives us to provide you with an exceptional shopping experience!

Getting a 72-compression ball to spin like a firmer Tour-level ball is next to impossible. And making the mid-layer softer isn’t going to help much. Greenside spin comes from a larger delta between a soft thin cover and a firm mid-layer. Srixon has the thinnest urethane covers in the game (Q-STAR Tour’s is 0.5mm, same as the Z-STAR) and Srixon’s unique spin-enhancing SeRM coating will help. But, in this case, spin is relative. And if memory still serves, I carded my very first birdie that year with a PING Eye on the par-3 17 th at the Westminster Golf Club. Colors, and matte colors, in particular, have just been so popular lately,” he says. “We wanted to do something that would stand out from a color perspective but also give golfers the added performance benefits of a urethane ball.”Matte Urethane Cover - Each Divide cover is yellow on one half and red, blue, or orange on the other. This high contrast matte cover makes spin visible and putting alignment easy. Plus, it’s cast from soft urethane for tour-level spin and stopping power. Seve won at Augusta and Tom Watson won at Royal Birkdale. Natalie Gulbis, Carrie Underwood and Mila Kunis were all born, and Jimmy Demaret, Muddy Waters and Gloria Swanson all died. Why would Srixon decide to make a ball that’s essentially two-thirds of a stoplight? We posed that question to Srixon Marketing Director Brian Schielke. First off, if you’re a fan of LA’s pro football teams, the Red Sox’ recent City Connect uniforms or the Cub Scouts, you’ll love the yellow/blue Q-STAR DIVIDE. And if you’re fond of adult male Western Tanagers or Lutino Fischer’s Love Birds, then you’ll enjoy the new yellow/orange Q-STAR TOUR DIVIDE.

This fishing bobber thing isn’t something Srixon just cooked up overnight. The company had to create a new urethane cover for the Q-STAR TOUR DIVIDE. Being part of the Sumitomo Rubber empire surely helped.Q-STAR Tour won the spin contest in Srixon’s head-to-head wedge testing against the TaylorMade Tour Response and the Titleist Tour Speed. With a 58-degree wedge and a 35-mph swing, the Q-STAR Tour had nearly 400 more rpm than the TaylorMade and nearly 800 more than the Titleist. It was, of course, Srixon’s test, so the results should be taken with a prescription-strength grain of salt. FastLayer Cores and Speed Dimples

For those with a long memory, it’s here we note the 2019 Q-STAR TOUR ball scored, to be kind, not so great in MyGolfSpy’s Ball Lab test last fall. More than one-third of the balls tested were out of round, with 25 percent suffering significant layer concentricity issues. Srixon has plants in both Japan and Indonesia and the Q-STAR TOUR samples we tested were from Indonesia. We haven’t tested the Q-STAR TOUR DIVIDE yet. We did test the 2019 Z-STAR last fall and it tested out favorably while the 2021 Z-STAR XV came in as average. Are you the type of golfer who likes a splash of color in your game? If so, the new additions to the multi-color Srixon Q-STAR TOUR DIVIDE golf ball line might be right up your alley. We’re talking Technicolor, Kodachrome and Crayola 64 all rolled into one. Meet the all-new Q-STAR TOUR DIVIDE, a golf ball that stands out on the course with its unique 50/50 matte urethane cover. DIVIDE boasts all the drive-boosting, chip-stopping performance of a classic Q-STAR TOUR but comes in three exciting colorways. The Q-STAR TOUR release cadence says the full line is due for an update by the middle of summer. It would reasonable to assume the DIVIDE is using the most up-to-date core.

Srixon’s revolutionary Q-Star Tour Divide is the golf ball that every golfer must try.

The new Q-STAR TOUR DIVIDE is a performer, through and through. Unlike painted golf balls, DIVIDE’s entire thermoplastic urethane cover is infused with bright pigments, so the color won’t scratch or tear. Plus, that premium urethane adds spin for plenty of control around the greens. When Srixon introduced the Q-STAR Tour DIVIDE two-color balls last spring, they included much of what’s new in this “standard” version. The high points are the ever-evolving FastLayer Core, that thinner cover we discussed earlier and an elongated alignment stamp. At The Golf Shop Online, we are dedicated to offering you the most competitive prices. We continually compare our prices with those of our competitors to ensure you receive the best possible deal. In the rare event that you find a lower price elsewhere, we even provide a price promise* to further enhance your shopping experience.



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