The e6 has been a staple of the company’s ball line for nearly two decades because it addresses the needs of the majority of regular golfers.
About four years ago Bridgestone changed the e6’s construction from three pieces to two pieces, which included a softer core and a cover made to maximize the distance and accuracy that the e6 has become known for.
The ball has a gradational core that is softer in the center for forgiveness and firmer on the outside to deliver needed speed. The core also is larger than Bridgestone’s tour-caliber balls. This allows for a thinner cover. Having a larger core provides golfers with slower swing speeds the boost they need. The seamless Surlyn cover helps promote durability, too.
Feel Rating (Soft to Firm)