Think back to the distance you hit the ball in the winter... is it as far as you hit it during the summer? The answer is probably no and there are various reasons for that, but using a ball that’ll give you that distance back over the winter could be beneficial.
Not hitting it as far?
Cold winter air is more dense than warmer summer air, increasing both lift and drag forces on your ball, which results in a higher and shorter trajectory. When you combine this with softer fairways, typically colder muscles and more layers of clothing, the distance will keep dropping off.
Unlock more distance
A distance-style ball can be a great counter to these effects, helping you to unlock a few extra yards. The 2017 Srixon AD333 has a lower-compression Energetic Gradient Growth Core that reduces driver spin and an aerodynamic Speed Dimple pattern that reduces drag for longer carries.