The tenth generation of the popular Srixon AD333 two-piece golf ball flies longer and straighter than ever thanks to a new core also featured in the premium Z-Star range.

The Srixon AD333 golf ball is one of the most popular with amateur golfers and has dominated the UK two-piece market since it entered the market in 2006.

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The new Srixon AD333 is the tenth generation of the two-part balloon.

Now in its tenth generation, the latest version of Srixon uses much of the technology you’ll find in the Z-Star series, the premium bullets used by major champions Shane Lowry and Hideki Matsuyama.

Packaged in a two-piece ionomer construction, the AD333 is designed to deliver value and performance to a wide range of golfers. Srixon claims the next generation will give golfers more distance and forgiveness than previous versions thanks to a slight reduction in compression and reformulation of the FastLayer Core.

The 2021 Srixon AD333 golf ball has a new alignment aid.

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The sixth generation FastLayer core reduced compression from 77 to 72, which promotes strain on impact, providing a longer, straighter flight for golfers with moderate swing speeds.

Also present in the Z-Star family, the core is soft in the center and firmer around its outer edge, working in tandem with Srixon’s unique 338-speed pattern to reduce drag and promote more penetrating flight.

The technology in the new Srixon AD333 golf ball.

But the AD333 isn’t just about distance. Srixon’s Spin Skin with SeRM, a unique flexible molecular bond coating on each ball, digs deep into the grooves of the wedge and iron to maximize spin for more control and more stopping power.

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“This latest generation of AD333 golf balls offers excellent overall performance,” said Joe Miller, product expert at Srixon Sports Europe. “With lower overall compression compared to previous generations, the new AD333 offers better distance off the tee and improved feel as you approach the green.”

The Srixon AD333 2021 golf ball is available in Pure White and Tour Yellow.

A new and An improved alignment line should also make it easier for users to choose their lines off the tee and on the greens.

Available in Pure White and Tour Yellow, the new Srixon AD333 goes on sale on September 10 with a suggested retail price of £ 27.

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Rob Jerram is today's golfer's digital editor.

Rob Jerram is the digital editor of
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Rob joined Bauer Media in 2010 and worked as a senior production editor for Today’s golfer and Golf world magazines for ten years before becoming digital editor in July 2020.
He is 39 years old and has played golf for almost three decades. He has been a member of the Greetham Valley Golf Club in Rutland for eight years, playing with a handicap of 12.