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Posted February 15, 2016 in Products and Brands by Tom Brassell
This year’s PGA Merchandise Show was a time for Callaway to roll out a new version of its Chrome Soft golf ball. The big difference with this edition, company officials say, is the Dual SoftFast Core, which is designed to provide what they describe as “better spin separation from tee to green.”
The proprietary component is engineered to produce faster ball speeds off tee shots as well as low spin, for drives that are as long as they are accurate.
The Chrome Soft is also made so players may better compress their golf balls on long irons for similar results, as it also provides more spin and feel with their short irons as well as shots around the green.
In addition, the four-piece Chrome Soft, which is currently being played on the PGA Tour by Phil Mickelson, Danny Lee, Matt Every and Marc Leishman among other Callaway endorsers, comes with a urethane cover that features “optimized HEX aerodynamics” for improved flight in all conditions and is engineered to be more resistant to scuff marks and stains than the original iteration.
By John Steinbreder – Global Golf Post