Not typically considered one of the longest hitters on Tour, Kuchar picked up 10 yards with a new Bridgestone golf ball.
Titleist’s EXP•01 golf ball is unlike anything the equipment manufacturer has ever brought to market. Here’s what you need to know.
With a new core and aerodynamic design, Titleist’s TrueFeel offers distance and control in a low-compression package.
Costco issued a mass refund on their four-piece Kirkland Signature golf balls after the overall durability was called into question.
The public will soon have the opportunity to purchase Titleist’s Pro V1x “Left Dash” ball. Here’s how it differs from the standard version.
The new Q-Star is improved via a new FastLayer core that’s softer in the center and firmer near the outside to produce more distance.
Ever wonder what it would be like to one-putt every green on the course? Nissan’s ProPilot golf ball can make it happen.
It’s important to pay particular attention to a few key factors during a ball fitting. One of them is compression.
Should you use Tour golf balls if your handicap is hovering in the teens? Our resident Gear Guy has the answer you’re looking for.
Cleveland/Srixon made an exception for Shane Lowry right before he went on to win the Open Championship.