Can you really get tour ball performance without paying an arm and a leg? With Snell Golf’s My Tour Ball, the answer is yes.
Everyone wants to be able to make their ball dance on the green. TaylorMade’s new Project a golf ball claims to give that ability to amateurs everywhere. Is it true?
The trademark of recent Nike golf balls has been a steep spin slope. See if that holds true of their latest, the RZN Black, in this review.
Uber soft feel AND low spin? Many thought it couldn’t be done, but the Callaway Chrome Soft delivers just that.
Bridgestone is well known as the industry leader in golf ball fitting, and their nearly 300,000 fittings have given them huge amounts of data on everyday golfers. They put that information to great use with their new e Series golf balls.
Sick of paying $40 or more for a dozen golf balls? VICE Golf has the solution: quality balls sold direct to consumers at a lower price.
The original Wilson Staff Duo was so much fun to hit that, for many golfers, it went from their winter ball to their full time ball. For 2015, Wilson Staff has made the Duo even softer and developed a counterpart, the Duo Spin.
3 Up Golf’s 3F12 has proven that it can go toe to toe with the best tour balls in the game. Can the 2S14 do the same in the two-piece category?
The 3F12 from 3Up Golf is further proof that you don’t need to spend big money to get big performance from your golf ball.
Can a $35/dozen ball really compete with a ProV1? The answer may surprise you.