I have been trying out different balls with every round to help keep getting reviews out to our readers, but after using the Bridgestone E6 I might have to stay with this ball for awhile. The Bridgestone E6 is is a three piece ball, with a Surlyn cover, a side-spin combating inner layer and a soft gradational compression core. Bridgestone markets the E6 as the softest multi-layer ball on the market, and you can really tell how soft this ball is when you are around the greens. The E6 is also the lowest compression multi-layer ball on the market, which really helps to reduce the side spin of your clubs, especially the driver. I am someone who can hit his irons and fairway woods dead straight, but the driver is a different story as with most; I hit a fade that on some days could be classified as a slice and with the E6 I could really control and work this ball. Instead of aiming to the left of the fairway and watching my ball end up in the right hand rough, I could start this ball a little to the left and work it back to the middle of the fairway. This ball flies straight and long due to its dual dimple design which helps the ball stay straight and launch off the club face. The inside dimple has recently been made slightly deeper to increase thrust and impact; the exterior dimple helps to promote a shallow landing angle to help produce more roll. At about $26 a box these balls are still moderately priced and can help any level of handicappers game. The E6 ball really does launch of the driver and fly a long way, yet has the softest feel you could ask for around the greens; I will definitely keep this ball in my bag.