I found a good reason for you why to visit the PGA Show in Orlando this week. Wilson Golf is launching its most technically advanced golf ball the Wilson Triad (RRP of $39.99 / dozen) on February 15th.
Reading the technical description I think Wilson Triad golf balls will be really exciting for those who are very close to breaking the 80. Are you one of them?
Meanwhile, Mygolfspy.com for an unclear reason recommends the Wilson Triad golf ball for golfers under 40. But why???
I see that Wilson Triad will be the successor to the Wilson DUO Professional golf balls, at least there are some signs of that. The advanced design on the latest Wilson golf ball also includes the brand’s thinnest-ever cast Urethane cover.
The Wilson Triad’s cast-urethane cover is cca. 0.6 millimeters thin. FYI Srixon Z-STAR XV ($44.99/dozen) has got the thinnest cover in the golf ball business: 0.5mm.
This high friction cover offers golfers tenacious grip for maximum clubface interaction on short shots and extra spin with mid-to-low irons to attack pins with more spin and feel than ever before.
The USGA says the spin rate of the new Wilson Triad golf ball is medium-high.
The patent-pending tri-balanced ball construction creates uniform density from layer to layer – rubber core, thermoplastic layer, and super-thin Urethane cover – and eliminates any manufacturing inconsistencies inside the ball ensuring perfect balance and pure roll.
Wilson Triad’s high MOI design moves weight from the core to the outer layers of the golf ball resulting in faster ball speed and lower driver spin for a more stable ball flight and more fairways hit.
In fact, the density for each layer is the same: 1.13 grams per cubic centimeter.
Frank Simonutti, Global Director of Golf Ball Innovation at Wilson Golf said
“’The results we’ve seen during our product testing have been incredible, with ‘best in class’ results for speed and distance off the tee and scoring and spin rates with irons when measured against the performance of eight rival golf balls* currently on the market.”
*These include the Titleist AVX and Tour Speed, Callaway Chrome Soft, Bridgestone RX and RXS, and the Srixon Q-STAR Tour.
The 85-compression Wilson Staff Triad ball also comes in the uncoated RAW version – first seen on the Staff Model ball launched last year. The unconventional non-coated finish of the RAW ball features the same tri-balanced construction, delivering the purest clubface interaction for unmatched feel and control.