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.
Golf Ball Reviews
The TaylorMade TP5 and TP5x are two of the few balls that gear nerds get excited about. We tested both to find out why.
The Callaway Chrome Soft and Chrome Soft X have been redesigned for 2018. Find out what’s new and if you should try a sleeve in this review.
Snell Golf’s latest golf balls, the MTB Red and MTB Black, continue the company’s tradition of delivering top-tier performance without a big price tag.
Everyone would like to be treated like a Tour pro. GolfJet gives you that service for a reasonable monthly fee.
Wilson Staff has built a cult following due to the feel of the DUO Soft balls. With this newest generation, they’re adding even better performance and head turning colors.
Is there room for another tour caliber ball in the golf marketplace? OnCore believes so with their ELIXR ball and we’ll give you our take in this review.
The new Tour B Golf balls from Bridgestone allow every golfer to maximize their distance off the tee. Learn more in this review.
If you don’t swing at Tour speed, but still want Tour-like performance, the Srixon Q STAR Tour is the ball for you.
Are golf balls maxed out? Srixon doesn’t think so, and they proved their point with new versions of the Z STAR and Z STAR XV.