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Callaway has always been among the top brands in the golf world, and for good reason. They make some of the best equipment available, and their golf balls are certainly among the best that you could put in play. Callaway’s new Chrome Soft golf ball was awarded the Gold Rating on Golf Digest’s 2018 Hot List for its tremendous feel and all-around performance.
This golf ball is designed for Tour-performance and feel along with great distance and forgiveness on mis-hit shots. If you’re a low handicap golfer looking for premium performance from your golf ball, you should try out our Callaway Chrome Soft used golf balls.
The new Callaway Chrome Soft golf ball has been improved with a new Graphene Dual Soft Fast core. The larger inner core promotes higher ball speeds and especially increases distance from the tee with a high launch and low spin flight.
The Callaway Chrome Soft has a fast SubMantle, soft Tour Urethane Cover, and a low compression core which combine for exceptional soft feel on all shots.
Because of the lower compression on this golf ball, it compresses more on mis-hit shots, so it is more forgiving on any off-center shots.
The Callaway Chrome Soft X has very similar technology to the standard Chrome Soft, such as the Graphene Dual Soft Fast core, the Tour Urethane Cover, and the low compression core. The Chrome Soft X offers a slightly firmer feel, a more piercing ball flight, and is more workable for shaping shots. Overall, these golf balls will both deliver Tour-caliber performance but with some differences in feel and ball flight.
The Callaway Chrome Soft golf ball is a fantastic Tour ball for lower handicap golfers. This ball features the revolutionary Graphene Dual Soft Fast core that provides both low spin and high launch from the tee for maximized distance, and better slice control. This core also has a low compression that provides an excellent soft feel on all shots. In addition, the low compression helps to increase forgiveness since off-center hits will still have good distance. Callaway also offers a Chrome Soft X model, which has firmer feel, lower ball flight, and more workability. If you’re a golfer looking for an excellent Tour ball, you should put the Callaway Chrome Soft in play for your next round.
The Titleist Pro V1 Golf Ball has been a household name in golf for almost 20 years, and they have continuously improved the design and performance since they first became available. In 2018, they once again received the Gold rating on Golf Digest’s Hot List, proving why they have been the number one ball in golf for a long time. From PGA Tour players to weekend warriors, the Titleist Pro V1 delivers performance golfers of all skill levels can depend on. If you are looking for a great golf ball that produces the consistency your game has been missing, stay tuned to see if the Titleist Pro V1 is right for you.
The Titleist Pro V1x Golf Ball has been one of the best golf balls in golf for years, and is continously receives a Gold on of Golf Digest’s Hot List. The Titleist Pro V1x is by far one of the favorite golf balls amongst golfers with faster swing speeds. Although players with slower swing speeds can benefit from the Pro V1x, it won’t be as effective for you as the Pro V1. If you routinely hit 290+ yards with your best golf driver and looking for more control around the greens, the Titleist Pro V1x is perfect for you.
The Callaway Chrome Soft golf ball is by far one of the best golf balls made for lower handicap players. I love it so much, I have two sets in my bag. One with American Flags, and the other with European Flags.
This was a guest post written by Tony and Paul who are a father and son team who are not only best friends but love the game of golf. They created the Golfers Authority, to provide unbiased reviews, guides, tips, and advice in order to help other players improve their game. Tony is also the founder and inventor of the Accuhit, one of the most recognized golf training aids in the world. The Accuhit has been recognized by Golfweek, Golf Tips Magazine, Asian Golf Monthly, and many other publications as one of the most cost-effective golf training aids in the market.