Srixon’s Q-Star Tour Divide, an eye-catching half yellow and half red matte urethane 338-dimple cover, is a more visible version of the original Q-Star Tour model.
Srixon Q-Star Tour Divide: Fast Facts
- 3-piece construction
- Thermoplastic urethane cover
- 50/50 Matte two color finish
- Infused with bright (non-scratching) pigments
- Urethane adds spin for control around the greens
- Resilient mid-layer increases speed off the tee
- 338 dimples
- Gradational tour-style core
- Release date: 4/15/2021
- MSRP: $32.99 per dozen
The All-New Srixon Q-Star Tour Divide Golf Balls
The new Q-STAR TOUR DIVIDE is a performer, through and through. Unlike painted golf balls, DIVIDE’s entire thermoplastic urethane cover is infused with bright pigments, so the color won’t scratch or tear. Plus, that premium urethane adds spin for plenty of control around the greens.
A resilient midlayer increases speed off the tee. And the FastLayer core—which is soft at its center but gradually becomes firm around its edge—provides the distance and softer feel you’d expect from a fully-featured tour ball.
Two tone golf balls have not been around for three or four decades, but Srixon’s Q-Star Tour Divide is certainly worth a look since, other than the coloring, it is the Q-Star Tour that so many players are using.
“The new Q-STAR TOUR DIVIDE looks great, but it’s so much more than that,” said Brian Schielke, General Manager at Srixon.
“Easier putting alignment and increased visual feedback on your chip and pitch shots really adds to the greenside performance. It’s a ball every golfer must try.”
The FastLayer Core is soft towards the center but firmer nearer the outer edge complemented by the mantle layer which is very resilient. The thermoplastic urethane cover provides greenside control and has color all the way through, not just painted on.
Besides the increased visibility however, the red-yellow dividing line is a convenient way to align the ball when putting.
Srixon Q-Star Tour Divide: Promotional Video