- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 7.5 x 1.8 inches ; 1.25 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B01N6TY9UA
- Item model number: TP5X Golf Ball
- Average Customer Review: 110 customer reviews
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TaylorMade TP5X Prior Generation Golf Balls (One Dozen)
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- 5 LAYERS. ZERO COMPROMISES. TP5x feature a Tri-Fast Core and Dual-Spin Cover that combine for a 5-layer golf ball construction that is specifically engineered to perform with every club in your bag.
- TRI-FAST CORE. The unique 3-layer core system in TP5 and TP5x features progressive compression, enabling maximum energy transfer and generating massive speed on full shots.
- DUAL-SPIN COVER. Contrast of an ultra-soft cast urethane & a semi-rigid inner-cover creates maximum interaction between the cover & club grooves, resulting in exceptional spin performance with full wedge shots & pinpoint control from around the green.
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5 layers. Zero compromises.
TP5 and TP5x feature a Tri-Fast Core and Dual-Spin Cover that combine for a 5-layer golf ball construction that is specifically engineered to perform with every club in your bag.
The unique 3-layer core system in TP5 and TP5x features progressive compression, enabling maximum energy transfer and generating massive speed on full shots.
The contrast of an ultra-soft cast urethane cover and a semi-rigid inner-cover creates maximum interaction between the cover and club grooves, resulting in exceptional spin performance with full wedge shots and pinpoint control from around the green.
TaylorMade TP5x White Golf BallsFive-Layer Construction For Premium PerformanceTaylorMade has enjoyed its share of success in the golf ball market for the last several years, but it believes that the new TP5 and TP5x golf balls will catapult the company to new heights in that space. Highlighting the performance of both new balls is a 5-layer construction that will give players maximum spin and control around the greens but reduced spin off the tee and on iron shots for more distance thanks to the Tri-Fast Core, which delivers low spin rates and maximum energy transfer for explosive distance. When it comes to the TP5x, players can expect significantly less spin on all full shots. The TP5x also delivers higher launch and less drag from an aerodynamic standpoint. That combination is equating to between a half and a full club of added distance on iron shots, but the higher flight conditions and steeper descent angles still give players the stopping power they need to hit greens in regulation. Golfers can also expect, at 90 compression, the TP5x to feel firmer than the 83-compression TP5, and its slightly thinner cover was designed to provide players with more feedback.Features: * Compression: 87 * Five-layer construction delivers tour-proven performance from tee to green * Tri-Fast Core creates low spin and high energy transfer for maximum distance * Dual Spin cover feature soft Cast Urethane for maximum spin and control around the green * Thinner cover create a firmer feel designed to provide enhanced feedback * High launch conditions allow players to stop the ball easily on the green * Color: White * Available in 12-Ball Pack
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One thing I have to remember is that with the stop and drop Tour Balls, you don't get that extra roll-out like on the range, so on a 130 yard approach shot with the pin in the back, you better have your distances dialed in because you will need to land the ball as close to the pin as possible unless you like 80 foot putts.
I like the Callaway Superhots for distance and supreme durability but I find that I can't work them as subtly as Tour Balls. Putting Tour Balls feel much better than anything else and TP5x fits that bill too.
I don't know if Callaway and TaylorMade designate the "x" balls the same as Titleist's "x" because I prefer TP5x and ChromeSoftX along with ProV1 (not V1x). It's my understanding that the ProV1x flies higher with the ProV1 having a more penetrating trajectory which appears to align with Callaway's and TM's "x" line. Regardless, I don't think you can go wrong with the TP5x if you are used to playing a Tour Ball and would be a great introduction to Tour Balls if you wanted to make the switch. Buy them at the end of the season to save some money before they add new and improved technology to the next model.
For reference, I usually hit my XR16 driver about 290 on the range and get about 305+ with Tour Balls on the course.
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