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Golf ball performance means different things to different golfers, which is why Titleist currently offers six different kinds of golf balls at four different price...

At GolfWRX and in the golf industry as a collective, we talk a lot about club fitting, encouraging golfers to put the right tools...

Few golf balls in recent memory have created the buzz of Callaway's Chrome Soft, a category buster that the company dubbed "the ball that changed the...

Since the birth of the modern golf ball, there have been hundreds of thousands of different arrangements, styles, numbers, patterns and geometries of dimples....

Chicago-based Wilson Staff has expanded its Duo line of golf balls with the new Duo Urethane. The 3-piece Duo Urethane (55 compression) joins the...

Pinnacle's new Rush and Soft golf balls ($15.99 per dozen) aren't designed for golfers who like to talk about core constructions and cover formulations. Although if they...

An array of images from Nike have popped on the web recently, coming from Instagram and our own GolfWRX forums. Below are the photos, with links to...

Pros: The Chrome Soft has an incredibly soft feel, but doesn't skimp on performance. It will create maximum distance off the tee for 99 percent of golfers,...

Pros: Golf's golden standard for distance, consistency and short-game spin. Both the Pro V1 and Pro V1x are softer than previous generations, offering more...

Titleist’s DT golf balls have had a following with golfers for decades, going back to the 1940s when DT stood for “Dynamite Thread.” There’s...

Apparently, this is a real thing. What looks at first blush like a tiny soccer ball is actually Callaway's latest addition to the popular Chrome...

Pros: Everything you expect from a tour-level ball, except the price. Low spin off the driver and ample spin around the greens. Cons: Lack of presence...

According to Mizuno Golf's European website, the company will launch three new golf balls in March 2015. The new golf balls will include Mizuno's MP-S...

Srixon's fourth-generation Z-Star and Z-Star XV golf balls have a new outer layer, dimple pattern and inner core, providing more spin, feel and distance...

If premium golf balls were more affordable, golfers would be more likely to buy them. That’s the thought behind new golf ball company Snell Golf,...

Nicklaus Companies launched its first golf balls in fall of 2013. The company’s offerings have been well received, even making Golf Digest’s Hot List. Recently,...

Titleist’s 2015 Pro V1 and Pro V1x are designed to give golfers all the performance they’re used to from the company’s flagship golf ball...

You want to know what a Titleist golf ball plant smells like? Rubber. Want to know what a Titleist golf ball customization plant smells like? Paint. If...

The “have your cake and eat it too” of golf balls? It just might be Callaway’s new Chrome Soft, a golf ball that’s promising...

Pros: Two different premium golf balls designed for higher swing speeds, deliver distance, exceptional short game control and durability. The Tour Yellow option is one...

Over the weekend, President Barack Obama reportedly sniped his opening tee shot into the woods during a round at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda,...

Pros: The X2 Hot and X2 Hot+ provide the distance you'd expect from a distance ball, but offer a softer feel and more spin...

Pros: Callaway's Speed Regime line includes three tour-level golf balls (the SR-1, SR-2, and SR-3) matched to three segments of swing speeds: Moderate, Athletic,...

Pros: The DT Solo provides a soft feel, good greenside control and is a higher launching ball that will fit a lot of different players....

Pros: Both the NXT Tour and NXT Tour S provide tour-level short game performance with low driver spin. New softer compression cores makes these balls...