Chrome Soft

Callaway has invested $US50 million in its Massachusetts manufacturing capabilities, but what probably matters most to consumers is that all three of these balls stay true to the original Chrome Soft’s commitment to soft feel. That focus is, of course, more challenging when you’re trying to create higher resiliency. (A Nerf ball is soft, but it can never bounce like a Superball.) The change in this model’s rubber-formula core, however, strengthens the linking of the molecules for better energy at impact off any club. New aerodynamics on the cover yield a more penetrating flight compared to past models.

Is it for you?

CS: This softest version is especially forgiving for average golfers with a broader impact pattern (mis-hits).

CS X: The two mantle layers decrease spin on tee shots but help produce a little more iron spin.

CS X LS: Similar in construction to the X, this ball gives the lowest spin on full swings and offers a flatter trajectory.

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