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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 129
Available Now; RRP: $45 per dozen; callawaygolf.com.au NO COMPROMISES CALLAWAY CHROME SOFT BALL T HE long-accepted trade-off between feel and distance is out the door with the latest golf ball offering from Callaway. The company calls its latest sphere the origin of a new category of balls. For starters, the Callaway Chrome Soft combines the softest core with low compression and a Tour urethane cover. In general terms, the softer the inner materials of a golf ball, the slower they become. The Chrome Soft deviates from this notion. The three-piece ball is a natural progression from the two-piece SuperSoft, launched a year ago, with the urethane cover the primary construction difference. Chrome Soft also differs from Callaway’s three-version Speed Regime balls, which are aimed at certain swing speeds. Instead, Chrome Soft is designed for golfers of all swing speeds. Next up on the technological plate is the ball’s SoftFast Core, which is designed to reduce spin and retain energy off the driver to maximise ball speed and distance. And with a low, 65 compression, golfers can compress the ball on iron shots for soft feel and responsiveness around the green. The Soft Duraspin cover – Callaway’s softest and most durable – also helps deliver excellent control into the green by gripping the clubface. The popular HEX aerodynamics return, helping the ball fly longer by reducing drag and increasing lift. OTG “OF ALL THE HAZARDS, FEAR IS THE WORST.” Sam Snead CHAMPIONS OF YOUR GAME.
OTG Express 128
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