How many dimples on a golf ball is one of the most most-asked questions in golf. Here’s everything you need to know about golf ball dimples.
TaylorMade partnered with Indiana University to create a new cover design for the TP5 Pix ball that utilizes advanced visual technology.
If you’re a yellow golf ball player who’s been patiently waiting for the yellow Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls to finally hit retail shops you’re in luck.
Callaway created a special Chrome Soft Truvis golf ball that’s centered around Arnold Palmer’s iconic umbrella logo.
Ranging from multilayer, urethane-covered Tour balls to two-piece Surlyn distance balls, Vice’s models are designed and engineered in Germany.
Snell Golf’s four-piece MTB (My Tour Ball) Red is being replaced by a new three-piece MTB-X model that offers lower driver spin, improved aerodynamics, and improved cover durability compared to its…
Bridgestone’s new three-piece e12 Speed and e12 Soft golf balls fall under the e-Series umbrella, but don’t assume that means they are a true replacement for the e6. With a…
Typically only available in red/white or yellow/black colors, the latest Chrome Soft Truvis features a white and pink pattern.
Read about all the newest golf balls to hit the market in 2018 from Titleist, TaylorMade, Callaway, Bridgestone, Srixon and more.
The new and improved Q-Star Tour balls are aimed at players that desire Tour-like performance with a soft feel and lower price.