This wee, Gear Guy dives into the trend of golf ball brands using innovative patterns on their new models, explains the basics behind wedge sole grinds and more.
The addition of the Triple Track design (previously only found on the ERC Soft model) simply makes the Callaway Chrome Soft X that much better.
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.