Is the latest version of the Srixon Q-STAR the high water mark for two-piece golf balls? Find out here.
Golf Ball Reviews
The new Maxfli Tour and Tour X golf balls make bold claims about the benefits of their center of gravity alignment. We put them to the test here.
Pearl Golf is another company claiming to offer premium golf balls at a reduced price. We tested them to find out if it’s true.
With a thinner cover and new core, the 2019 Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls aim to deliver more speed without compromising on short game spin or feel.
Want to know what your fellow readers think of the 2019 Srixon Z-STAR golf balls? Find out here.
What’s new in the sixth generation Srixon Z-Star and Z-Star XV golf balls? Find out in Matt’s review.
Love the feel of Wilson’s DUO golf ball but want more spin? Try the new DUO Professional.
The new Titleist AVX golf ball carries a premium price tag, but what makes it different from the Pro V1? We tested it to find out.
Titleist has thrown down the gauntlet, calling out its competitors in their ad for the new Tour Soft golf ball. We tested it to see if it can back up the talk.
You don’t need to pay $40+ for a dozen urethane covered golf balls thanks to TaylorMade’s Project a. Learn more about the tour ball for the rest of us here.