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TaylorMade Penta TP Golf Balls (1 Dozen)


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  • FEEL - Urethane Cover delivers a soft Tour feel plus a combination of higher spin-rate and lower launch angle on wedge shots.
  • SPIN - Outer Mantle promotes optimum spin off short-irons, as well as higher ball speed and increased distance.
  • ONTROL - Middle Mantle gives you more control with mid-irons, and prevents up-shooting, ballooning and falling short of the green.
  • LAUNCH - Inner Mantle delivers soft feel, high launch and low spin off the long-irons for exceptional distance plus a high, soft-landing flight.
  • DISTANCE - Core promotes high launch/low spin off the driver for maximum carry and distance, as well as more ball speed for long-hitters.
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Product Description

Penta TP is the first and only five-layer Tour ball and the most complete ball in golf. Each layer is engineered to optimize performance in five key shot categories that skilled players need - driver, long-irons, middle-irons, short-irons and partial wedges.

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The Penta is the first five-layer Tour ball, which each layer offering unique playing attributes.
TaylorMade Golf's slogan for the Penta TP is "five layers, zero compromises," and the ball lives up to its billing. The first five-layer Tour ball, the Penta TP is engineered with five levels of performance to enhance all five shot categories--driver, long-irons, mid-irons, short-irons, and wedges. Penta TP was additionally the only premium golf ball to win two of the four Golf Digest Hot List 2010 categories, topping the field in Performance and Feel.

Ball Attributes

  • Feel: Urethane cover provides softer feel and a higher spin-rate on critical wedge shots within the 100-yard "scoring zone"
  • Spin: Outer mantle delivers optimum spin off short-irons to stop the ball quickly on the green without sacrificing distance
  • Control: Middle mantle increases control with mid-irons and prevents up-shooting, ballooning and falling short of the target
  • Launch: Inner mantle promotes soft feel, high-launch, and low spin off the long-irons for incredible distance
  • Distance: Core provides faster ball speed, high-launch and low spin off the driver for maximum carry and extreme distance

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0039X9UZG
  • Item model number: N2460601
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #94,460 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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You get great feel around the green.
D. Melancon
Ball performance was better than I expected.
Daryl H
This ball is the best I've ever played.
Dopey 88

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Sandman on July 28, 2010
I used to play the TP Red and they replaced it with this ball. I got them as a prize in a scramble and was very pleasantly surprised when I started playing them. The hit very well from any club. Plenty of distance (I hit my driver over 310 and I didn't lose a yard), very forgiving on mishits, and they stop dead on the green even on low trajectory shots with my hybrid Adams A3 3-5 Irons. I plan to start playing these full time now that I have fallen completely in love with these. I only wish they were a tad bit less expensive.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dopey 88 on March 27, 2011
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This ball is the best I've ever played. It is really soft around the greens and is responsive to each different club. On off center shots it goes around the same distance, if not a little less. The ball is long off the tee and has little spin, but has a lot of spin with the wedges. I will never switch to another ball and am hooked on these. I do hope the price goes down a little, but overall the price is fair.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. Nasca on December 29, 2011
Price: $10 - $15 dollars cheaper per dozen.
Distance: Compares to Pro V1x / Longer than Pro V1
Spin: Compares to Pro V1x / Less spin than Pro V1
Durability: Much better than both ProV1 and ProV1x

The only real difference between the Pro V1 and the Penta is the same difference between the Pro V1 and Pro V1 around the greens. I don't play bump and run shots. (I just struggle when I try.) So I have to use a sharp sand wedge around the greens and fly the ball to the hole and make it stop. To do that I have to have a ball that spins a lot. The Penta works fine. Is it the same as a Pro V1 during the middle of July. Nope. However, I don't feel that it puts me at a disadvantage.

I'm an 8 handicapper. Is the Pro V1 or Pro V1x a better golf ball? Maybe. Can's say for sure one way or another. Is it worth it to pay $10 - $15 dollars more for a golf ball that might be better and is not as durable. I don't think so.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Enrique Garza on September 28, 2010
I am really starting to like this ball. The overall performance is simply terrific. My normal drives from the tee box play a strong hook and now with the Penta my tee shots are on the fairway. I was determined to stop playing other golf balls besides my Z-star, but I knew the Z star was not giving me enough spin around the green. I tend to find myself chipping alot off the fringe and my first chip shot with the Penta landed 2 inches from the hole, something I never did with my other golf balls. Somehow it seems this ball is intuitive because it does what you ask it to do. It almost seems to be very forgiving too....I can't explain it any futher until you try it out for yourself....trust me.
I do notice however that it seems a little clunky or thick, but I think with time that will go away. What I am after is lower scores and more confidence on the tee and around the greens. Regarding putting, the Penta truly shines in giving me a true, muted, and straight putt with my Cameron.
All my approach shots have landed safely with very little back or front spin, and I am happy for that in my game. My swing speed is 100mph with my driver and distance compared to the Z-star is the same. With only playing two rounds with the Penta, I would advise this ball as living it up to the hype that Talor Made proclaims. I know the price is on the high end as compared to the PRO-V1, but I want to say that Penta has a slight better edge in performance than the Pro-V1 off the tee, simply because it spins less. I do recommend the Penta over any other ball in the market, except the Pro-V1.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. Douglas on October 15, 2010
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Not sure if this went through the first time - computer brain freeze. Sigh. Hopefully it doesn't duplicate. Anyway....

I was skeptical of the hype, but this ball really does seem to do it all well. I used to play TP Reds, which came off the driver nicely but really didn't spin much on approach shots to the green. The Penta seems to fly just as well off the longer clubs and definitely has more stopping power than the TP Red. I've seen it favorably compared to the Pro V1 - and I don't think that's a stretch. It really is a great ball, and you don't have to be a scratch player to get the most out of it. Pricing has come down just a tad recently, so give them a try.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By cney on April 17, 2012
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I have tried a ton of different balls, from 5 piece "tour" balls to el cheapo balls. And these Penta TP's are by far my favorite. I am by no means a great golfer... but i do know that these balls perform great around the green on approach shots. I honestly cannot tell any difference on tee shots compared to other balls. But on approach shots and on the green, these balls are the cat's pajamas. The performance of the Penta TP may just be all in my head... but, alot of the golf game is mental, and i feel more confident using these balls because I know they will perform when I need them to. Maybe it's the balls, maybe it's all in my head. But they are the only balls I will use. I hope this helps.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By BronsonC on June 1, 2011
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I actually bought these cause the price dropped to $39.99 for a dozen and I figured I normally pay $40-$60 for ProV1X's so why not try these out for a change. Well I was very pleased with this ball and love how soft these are. I can honestly say that I will probably use these from here on out. I still have 11 of these and bought a dozen about 2 months ago. These are by far one of the best golf balls I have used in a while.
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