Bridgestone E6 Golf Ball Review

Bridgestone E6 Golf Ball Review

By Paul Liberatore



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Have you ever thought about whether you are getting the most out of your golf ball? Oftentimes we will see advertisements for tour balls like the Titleist Pro V1 or the Callaway Chromesoft since the world’s best players are using them, but is that really the best way to choose a golf ball for players with higher handicaps and slower clubhead speeds? 

Very few golfers perform at the same level as tour professionals, so perhaps we shouldn’t be playing the same golf balls as them. There are so many golf balls available, so what is the best choice for your game? Bridgestone’s E-Series of golf balls are specifically designed to help the mid to high-handicapper. If you’re a golfer looking for a ball that will produce a straighter flight, then the Bridgestone E6 golf ball may be just what you’re looking for.

Key Features

The Bridgestone E6 is the straightest-flying golf ball of Bridgestone’s E-Series. Since the Bridgestone E6 is the softest multi-layer golf ball available, this golf ball dramatically reduces side spin, allowing you to hit the ball straighter.

The new Dual Dimple Technology in Bridgestone’s E6 is designed for increased increased distance. The inside dimple increases initial ball speed at impact, while the outer dimple promotes a shallower descent angle for more roll out.

The Bridgestone E6 is the softest multi-layer golf ball on the market. Designed with a soft gradational compression core and a soft surlyn cover, this ball is designed to produce great feel on any shot.

Design and Technology

The E6 features Bridgestone’s new Dual Dimple Technology, which is designed to provided two main benefits for players. First, the interior dimple is made to reduce drag at impact and in flight, which allows for more speed and distance. Second, the exterior dimple shallows out the angle of decent of the ball, meaning more rollout and distance.

The Bridgestone E6 is a three layer golf ball, whereby each of the layers are designed to provide a softer feel for any player. The core is designed to help golfers compress the ball, which is key to getting maximum distance. The mantle helps to soften the feel of the golf ball, but also reduces spin off the tee. Lastly, the cover is made of Surlyn, a material typically used in distance golf balls which maximizes distance in addition to the straight flight technology.

Many players like to line up their golf balls, especially while putting. If you’re one of these players, the Bridgestone E6 features a red arrow on the cover of the golf ball to help with alignment. This is a very bold feature and, while it is not used by all players, gives the E6 a signature look.


  • Increased accuracy, distance, and performance for golfers with lower swing speeds
  • Excellent soft feel on all shots especially when close to the green
  • The price is very reasonable compared to tour balls on the market


  • Golfers who prefer to shape shots may have a difficult time working around this ball
  • The Surlyn cover may lower spin and reaction for shorter shots
  • Some golfers may not love the look of the Dual Dimple Technology

Our Experience

The golf ball is great, if you’re a mid to high handicap player looking for a golf ball that will increase both your accuracy and distance while also providing a soft feel, you should play the Bridgestone E6 for your next round.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can the E6 White Golf Ball-Dozen Be Personalized With Custom Logos or Designs?

Yes, the e6 White Golf Ball-Dozen can be personalized with custom logo designs. The ball performs well in the rain and comes with a warranty. These options make it a great choice for personalized, high-performance golf balls.

Are There Any Specific Storage Recommendations for Preserving the Quality of the Golf Balls?

I’d recommend storing golf balls in a cool, dry place to preserve quality. Avoid extreme temperatures and moisture. For cleaning, gently wipe with a damp cloth. Unfortunately, these balls can’t be personalized with custom logos or designs.

Does the E6 White Golf Ball-Dozen Come With a Warranty or Satisfaction Guarantee?

The e6 White Golf Ball-Dozen comes with a satisfaction guarantee but doesn’t have a warranty. The brand stands behind the product’s performance and durability with a return policy. My testing also confirms its reliability.

How Does the E6 White Golf Ball-Dozen Perform in Windy Conditions?

In windy conditions, the e6 white golf ball-dozen performs admirably, offering excellent distance control and trajectory consistency. Its engineered design provides the power needed to combat wind resistance, ensuring a reliable performance on the course.

Are There Any Specific Recommendations for Cleaning and Maintaining the Golf Balls?

I recommend cleaning golf balls with warm, soapy water and a soft cloth to maintain their performance. Proper maintenance includes storing them in a cool, dry place. Long term care can extend their lifespan and reduce environmental impact.


The Bridgestone E6 golf ball is designed specifically for mid to high-handicappers who are looking for more control over their shots. The three-layer design allows for lowered side spin and increases distance off the tee. The soft core and mantle provide an excellent soft feel. The Surlyn cover and Dual Dimple technology lower spin and increase speed to maximize distance. The culmination of these technologies is a golf ball that maximizes distance while allowing you to control your golf ball much better. If you’re a player looking for a golf ball that will improve both your accuracy and distance, then the Bridgestone may be the golf ball for you.

Paul Liberatore

Paul Liberatore

As the Founder of Golfers Authority Paul Liberatore Esq. has spent the last 7+ years writing about the best golf equipment or instruction from the top golf instructors in the world. He has been a contributing writer for Sports Illustrated Golf and GolfWRX. After graduating with honors from Purdue University, he realized that he had a passion for the golf business and the law. When he's not practicing law, or creating golf content on YouTube, he can be found on his syndicated Behind the Golf Brand podcast talking with the most prolific leaders in the golf industry. 

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