A couple of weeks ago I heard about the new Callaway Chrome Soft golf ball that it will be a tough competitor for Titleist’s Pro V1x golf ball. It will be launched in two weeks (2/5/2016; Pricing: $39.99 per dozen –>+$2 vs. the 2015 model). Let’s find the differences between the previous Callaway Chrome Soft golf ball and the new one.
It’s engineered for fast ball speeds with low spin for players needing spin reduction to optimize their launch conditions off the tee. This is also a change in comparison with the 2015 model.
In the previous version was introduced the SoftFast Core. In the new Callaway Chromo Soft, we find the new version of the SoftFast Core, the Dual SoftFast Core for faster ball speed. The Dual SoftFast Core lets you compress the ball on iron shots for long, straight flight. Here we can still enjoy the benefits of the HEX Aerodynamics (this isn’t a new feature).
The new golf ball is a 4-piece golf ball. The mantle layer and Tour Urethane Cover all combine for even more control throughout the bag.
What is the difference between Chrome Soft and Superhot 55 Golf Ball?
The new Supershot 55 golf ball has really compression than the Callaway Chrome Soft had in 2015: 55. The aerodynamic design keeps the ball in the air longer with a strong flight. Thus, you get long distance off the driver and all the way through your short irons.
The new Callaway Supershot 55 golf balls will be available from the same date as the new Chrome Soft golf balls.
Price: $27.99 per dozen.