Titleist Tour Soft Golf Balls (One Dozen)
|Age Range (Description)||Adult|
|Item Weight||1.39 Pounds|
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- Category leading soft feel
- Commanding distance
- Advanced short game control
- Penetrating trajectory and consistent flight
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At our regular course the ball is ending up a handful of yards further down the fairways and the feel is soft off the face. Where I really enjoy this ball is around the green, as it sounds and feels good off my wedges and holds pretty well for a ball at this pricepoint.
Overall, if $30-$35 a dozen isn't too steep for your budget, these are a really great ball and a good addition to the Titleist lineup. Color me impressed.
With that said... the Srixon Soft Feel will still be the ball I game 75% of the time. Why? Because at $18 to $20 a dozen for the Srixon, I won't feel as bad about losing them when my swing is off or I play a tighter course where I lose a few balls. Would I buy these again? Sure. Will I use them every round...No.
Terrific distance--leaps off the face, very good stopping power on greens, straight off the tee. I love it!
What's not to like? Well, they're a little on the expensive side for me. As much as I like this ball, I can't justify the price for everyday games. This will be my special occasion ball for playing really nice courses. For everything else, it's the Kirkland 3-piece at half the price. Not much difference in performance between the two.
There are plenty of comparable golf balls for far le$$ that perform just as well or better for ME.
HOWEVER...IF playing a Titleist, is good for your mental game, by all means, rock on.
Personally, when I get to my golf club...I leave my ego on the 'rich Corinthian leather seats' of my truck. = ))
I'd buy more Snell or MG
But then again...I'm old.