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About Bridgestone

Bridgestone Golf is the golfing arm of Bridgestone, a company formed in 1931 by Japanese businessman Shorijo Ishibashi. Today Bridgestone Golf is still guided by the motto of the founder: “Serve Society With Superior Quality.”

And Bridgestone Golf certainly has experience of producing quality golf equipment. The first Bridgestone golf balls were produced in 1935 and the company continues to lead the global markets in the rubber industry and the science of polymer technologies, expertise that is reflected in the quality of Bridgestone golf balls. It is also this unrivalled experience that has allowed Bridgestone to remain one of the world’s leading and most recognisable tyre companies, regularly kitting out the top cars in motorsport.

The number one golf ball producer in Japan, Bridgestone Golf have also chanelled their incredible research and development resources into golf club production since 1972 and now provide a complete range of Bridgestone drivers, fairway woods, hybrids, irons, wedges and accessories.

The legendary Lee Trevino has joined fellow major winners Nick Price and Fred Couples in using Bridgestone products while the presence of Bridgestone golf clubs in the bags of today's PGA Tour players is further testament of Bridgestone Golf’s commitment to success.

With popular innovations like an Online Ball Fitting system that matches golfers to the Bridgestone golf ball that will best suit their game, it seems that Bridgestone are likely to remain a driving force in the golf equipment market for a long time to come.

Bridgestone Golf also owns the popular Precept golf brand which makes its own line of Precept golf balls and accessories along with some ladies golf clubs. Precept continue to have a presence on professional tour and are the force behind Paula Creamer’s distinctive pink golf balls.

Bridgestone Ball Selector


Bridgestone offer a range of balls for various types of players and swings, but which ball is right for you? Click the image above and take just 2 minutes to find out which Bridgestone ball is suited to your game.