- Terry Koehler on Hogan irons of the past and futurePosted 1 day ago
- Golf Gadgets: The Good, The Fad and The FunkyPosted 2 days ago
Like soft balls? Callaway launches Chrome Soft
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 tour-level distance and short game control that’s not typical of its marshmallowy soft...
- Posted 4 days ago
Review: Srixon Z-Star and Z-Star XV Golf Balls
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 of the best yellow golf balls available today. Cons: Overlapping swing speed recommendations can...
- Posted 127 days ago
President Obama’s “POTUS 44″ golf ball found… in the woods
Over the weekend, President Barack Obama reportedly sniped his opening tee shot into the woods during a round at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md. Apparently the guys from PTI either let the President take a “breakfast ball,”...
- Posted 143 days ago
Review: Callaway X2 Hot, X2 Hot+ and Supersoft Golf Balls
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 on short irons. The Supersoft is well-rounded and the softest ball in Callaway’s...
- Posted 170 days ago
Review: Callaway Speed Regime SR3, SR2, SR1 Golf Balls
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, and Tour-Level. Each ball delivers distance, plenty of short game spin and the...
- Posted 178 days ago
Review: Titleist Velocity and DT SoLo Golf Balls
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. The Velocity generated the lowest spin of any ball off the tee and...
- Posted 225 days ago
Review: NXT Tour and NXT Tour S Golf Balls
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 even softer than previous models. Cons: High-optic yellow is only available in the NXT...
- Posted 232 days ago
Review: Titleist Pro V1 and Titleist Pro V1x Golf Balls
Pros: These are Titleist golf balls and that means consistent, reliable quality and performance. The new cover formulation have made the Pro V1 and Pro V1x more durable while still maintaining exceptional spin on iron shots and delivering...
- Posted 233 days ago
Review: Maxfli U6 Balls
Pros: The new “U6” series balls are available in three different compressions that will meet the needs of a wide range of players. They’re low spinning off the tee and have adequate spin and feel around the...
- Posted 304 days ago
Review: The Pill
Pros: The Pill is idiot-proof; you set it on its edge to practice your putting or on its side for chipping and bunker shots. If your stroke is off, The Pill won’t lie. It’s affordable, portable and easy...
- Posted 316 days ago
TaylorMade Project (a) golf balls
In most ways, amateurs need their golf balls to perform like the premium balls used by professional golfers. With the driver, for example, most amateurs prefer the low-spin performance that is typical of a multi-piece tour ball...
- Posted 320 days ago
TaylorMade Tour Preferred and Tour Preferred X golf balls
TaylorMade announced today the release of their most well-rounded golf balls to date, the Tour Preferred and Tour Preferred X. The Tour Preferred golf balls include a number of TaylorMade’s innovations: a React Core for greater ball...
- Posted 325 days ago
Show Stoppers: Day 2 of the PGA Merchandise Show
The GolfWRX team is live from this year’s PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Fla. The “Show Stoppers” segment will highlight our favorite clubs, gear, and training aids at the show. At the PGA Merchandise Show, golf companies...
- Posted 331 days ago
Titleist 2014 NXT Tour, NXT Tour S, Velocity and DT Solo Golf Balls
Ninety-five percent of the time, golfers who are fit for a Titleist golf ball will be told that the best ball for them is either the company’s Pro V1 or Pro V1X. That’s because the Pro V1...
- Posted 332 days ago
MaxFli adds two new U6 golf balls, the U6 LC and U6X, to its line
Last year, Maxfli turned heads in the golf industry with the introduction of the its U6 golf ball, the first-ever six-piece design to hit retail shelves. The idea behind the ball was a good one: to offer...
- Posted 339 days ago
Callaway releases its softest ball ever, the Supersoft
Callaway recently released a new golf ball, appropriately named Supersoft, which boasts a ball compression number of 38. The soft core and soft cover combine with HEX aerodynamics to produce a golf ball that reduces spin and...
- Posted 343 days ago
Callaway SR-1, SR-2 and SR-3 golf balls
If a golfer doesn’t have the swing speed of a tour pro, are they really going to get the most out of a tour-level golf ball? According to Dave Bartels, senior director of R&D for Callaway golf...
- Posted 367 days ago
Review: Golfdotz for Golf Balls
If you haven’t discovered Golfdotz for yourself yet or aren’t sure how they work, I’m here to help. This cool little product is a high-resolution ink transfer that marks your golf ball and adds some flair. The...
- Posted 374 days ago
Nicklaus’ new line of golf balls leaves something to be desired
Jack Nicklaus is entering the golf ball industry. Chalk that up as a headline I didn’t expect to see. Before we get into the apparent hypocrisy of Nicklaus getting into the business he has so long derided...
- Posted 443 days ago
Callaway HEX Black Tour and HEX Chrome + Golf Balls: Editor review
Pros: The HEX Black Tour is one of the longest, lowest-spinning tour balls on the market. The Chrome + feels a little softer and produces more spin on full shots. Both models are exceptional in the wind and...
- Posted 450 days ago
Titleist’s ProV1 goes pink
Titleist has released a limited-edition pink Pro V1, which has shipped to golf shops just in time for Mother’s Day. The limited edition balls are the same as Titleist’s 2013 Pro V1, with the exception of a...
- Posted 593 days ago
TaylorMade makes big investment in its golf balls
TaylorMade will invest $13 million in building a new 120,000-square-foot ball manufacturing plant in Liberty, S.C. With the investment, TaylorMade is making its push to become a major player in the golf ball industry; an industry that...
- Posted 618 days ago
“We are past the time of superior and inferior product lines”
What was true, still is true and is likely becoming even more true is this: equipment doesn’t make any difference. Or perhaps more correctly, when analyzed with a single criteria of performance, the consumer has more choices...
- Posted 638 days ago
New Pro V1, Pro V1X are longer and softer
Titleist’s new Pro V1 and Pro V1X for 2013 give golfers what they’ve been asking for from the most played ball in tournament golf — golf balls that are longer, softer and more durable than the previous...
- Posted 695 days ago
Bridgestone’s 2013 E5, E6 and E7 golf balls
At $26.99 per dozen, Bridgestone’s new E Series golf balls for 2013 won’t provide the same amount of spin and trajectory control as the company’s more expensive tour-caliber golf balls, but for some golfers that could be...
- Posted 696 days ago
Growing Up Golf Part 6: The Right Ball
Click here to read all the articles in Kadin’s series, “Growing Up Golf.” At the beginning stages of your child’s development, you really don’t need to fuss about what golf ball your child uses. For the most...
- Posted 703 days ago
It’s here! The 2013 GolfWRX Holiday Gift Guide
There are two things all golfers say. “I should have gone lower.” “Golf would be easier if I had insert blank.” For our 2013 GolfWRX Holiday Gift Guide, we’ve searched far and wide to find...
- Posted 759 days ago
New Nike 20XI, 20XI-X and ONE RZN Ball Spotted!!!
New balls. Larger RZN core. I can tell you the 20XI feels slightly firmer than the 20XI-S. Played 9 holes with it tonight. haven’t hit the X yet. Also, hit the One RZN, a 3-piece surlyn ball....
- Posted 835 days ago
TaylorMade Tour Prototype Golf Ball — Project 5
TaylorMade has started its prototype process for a new tour ball, calling it ‘Project 5′ for now. This is the tour prototype golf ball that TaylorMade Golf Tour Staff Professional Justin Rose put into play at the...
- Posted 836 days ago