Golf balls are typically a single color -- white, yellow, orange or whatever floats your boat. Sometimes there are patterns on balls. But it's rare to see a golf ball with two solid colors.
With their new Q-Star Tour Divide, Srixon is breaking that trend. The ball features yellow and orange, evenly split down the ball on a matte urethane cover. The cover actually uses pigments in thermoplastic to create the color effect instead of using paint.
The idea, Srixon says, is that a golfer will have an easier time aligning the ball off the tee and on the greens. The company also says that a golfer will get more visual feedback on short-game shots and putts. After initially releasing the balls in yellow/red, the company has added new yellow/blue and yellow/orange colorways to the line.
The ball is otherwise the same construction as the Q-Star Tour, which sits squarely between the Q-Star and the Z-Star models. It's for a player who swings just under triple digits mph with the driver and still want the performance of a tour-caliber ball.
The Srixon Q-Star Tour Divide is available for $33 per dozen.