Titleist Tour Soft Golf Balls (One Dozen)

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Titleist Tour Soft Golf Balls (One Dozen)

Titleist Tour Soft Golf Balls (One Dozen)

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There is also further help in the form of a prominent side stamp in the shape of an alignment lineon the side of the ball, with the 338-dimple pattern working extremely well to deliver a reduction in drag and to get the ball airborne as easily as possible. One-piece: This basic ball tends to be durable and inexpensive. Best suited to beginners, driving ranges, and crazy-golf courses, it does not give the most distance. So you will rarely see it used in actual play. It will be harder to shape yourshotswith specific draws and fades, but most beginner golfers aren’t worried about this anyway.

As is typical with most of the balls we test, we found no notable cover defects across our Titleist Tour Soft sample. Titleist Tour Soft – Consistency If the option for Financing or one or more of the monthly terms are not shown, then unfortunately you are not eligible to apply for that finance type at this time. Pay in 3 instalments Scratch playersgenerally havefaster swing speedsand getgood distanceoff of the tee already. A harder ball will ensure that you don’t actually lose energy when you hit the ball. Swing Speed While we don’t love finding bad balls, identifying three in the sample falls within the “average” range. While that’s a bit below our expectations for Titleist, it is still solidly average relative to the market as a whole. The Good

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So, yeah, the reformulated Tour Speed isn’t “better.” It’s almost entirely different but should perform the same. Innovation and improvement are temporary casualties of the supply chain but that’s what it took to keep Tour Speed on the shelves. Pricing and Availability Welcome to The Golf Shop Online, where our passion for golf drives us to provide you with an exceptional shopping experience! Another advantage of a larger core is more space for the club to interact with when the golfer hits it. So, in essence, it helps maximize the carry of the ball. When you consider the large-size golf courses of today, this factor becomes quite beneficial. Ultra-Thin 4CE Grafted Cover Since those humble beginnings, our endeavour has blossomed into a robust and trusted online retailer, representing the leading brands in the golf industry. We take immense pride in being your go-to destination for all things golf!

Since surlyn is a harder material, it can contribute to some extra distance and durability out of the golf ball. Urethane is a bit softer and promotes more spin and control out of yourshots. During our on-course testing, we were able to appreciate the soft feel on and around the greens, whilst we also enjoyed the durability and spin control on offer.However, with the driving, it won't suit a fast swing speed, with the spin being rather high.Golf balls can be manufactured with between 2 to 5 layers. A 2-piece golf ball has the inner core and the outer and that’s it. A lot of softer golf balls (low compression) are 2-piece construction because it is designed with a full core that is easy to compress. Golf ball compression optimizes the ball’s distance and control for a given swing speed. For this reason, this is the #1 research you should perform before you buy a golf ball. TruFeel Golf Balls from Titleist are designed to provide exceptional distance and feel for golfers of all skill levels. The TruFeel features a TruTouch core for enhanced distance, while the TruFit aerodynamics provide consistent ball flight. With a proprietary TruFlex cover, the TruFeel delivers a soft feel and increased greenside control. If you're looking for a ball that combines long-distance performance with an exceptional feel, the TruFeel is a perfect choice. In terms of around the green, the Soft Feel Lady was very spongey off of the face and landed very soft. Out of a bunker filled with wet sand, there was plenty of spin generated which was nice. When it came to putting I found it hard to get to the ball to the hole. According to Madson, the 346 quadrilateral dipyramid dimple design was not on the original radar for the new Tour Soft golf ball.

Cover material -Urethane-covered balls offer the best spin control and feel but do cost more. Experiment to see if you notice enough of a difference to justify the extra cost, or whetherthe best mid-price golf ballsmight be an option. Undeniably, the Titleist Tour Soft golf ball takes inspiration from other balls and is quite similar to Titleist Pro V1. However, that is not to say that this ball does not have its stand-out features. Unlike other low compression balls, the Tour Soft does not compromise control. Not to mention, it raises the standard for short game spins among non-urethane balls. Cuboctahedron Dimple Design However, in the case of the Tour Soft, the sound is relatively less pronounced. So, this is a factor to consider for golfers who like a specific type of softness when putting. Three-piece: These golf balls are usually softer, offering more spin. So it becomes more effortless for golfers to control the ball’s flight. The multiple layers also allow for the creation of more spin-separation. That means a customized performance.Turns out it was. This was the second-longest ball I tested with driver. It generated 1 mph more ball speed than the Pro V1 and an extra 7 yards of carry thanks to lower long game spin. On average, I carried this ball 242 yards with driver, which is a pretty impressive showing. If you’re looking for more carry distance off the tee, this seems like a perfect option. The new Tour Soft is the third generation of Titleist’s entry in the premium ionomer market. If you want the absolute softest ball in the Titleist lineup, you want True Feel but Tour Soft is designed to appeal to the feel-driven golfer looking to retain a little bit more speed and some greenside spin.

From a performance perspective, Tour Speed trends toward lower-spinning. That’s common for balls playing in the same space. While not among the lowest-compression balls in its space, at around 78 compression, it’s soft by Titleist urethane standards.

The Tour Soft is manufactured at Titleist’s Ball Plant 2 (urethane balls are produced in Ball Plant 3). Compression Without getting too technical, the Srixon Soft Feel is a low-compression golf ball, having a compression of 60, meaning that it, should help those players with lower swing speeds get the ball speed that they need.



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