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Bridgestone Golf Balls Go Extra Big This Xmas

11.40am 12th November 2015 - Corporate - This story was updated on Thursday, November 12th, 2015

Bridgestone Extrasoft winter Promo pack
Bridgestone Extrasoft winter Promo pack

Bridgestone Golf has launched its biggest ever golf ball Christmas promotion with a double helping of balls from its popular Extra Soft line.

For a limited period this winter, the leading golf ball-fitter is offering golfers a chunky Double Dozen box of 24 Extra Soft Pearl White balls for a RRP of £19.99, plus a standout 15-ball pack containing a dozen Extra Soft yellow balls and a free sleeve of three orange balls at a combined RRP of £17.99.

“These seasonal offers have been well received by the trade and we anticipate a strong response from consumers at the very competitive price points for such a quality ball,” said Steve Kettlewell, Managing Director of Bridgestone Golf UK.

The Extra Soft ball is designed to appeal to the majority of golfers with a moderate swing speed compared to those of Tour players. The 2-piece construction combines a very soft gradational core with an exceptionally soft ionomer cover to produce longer distance, superior feel and straighter flight. It also provides golfers of varying skill levels with more consistent ball flight and accuracy from tee to green, thanks to the optimal aerodynamic performances of Bridgestone’s patented Seamless Cover Technology and Tour-proven 330 dimple design.

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