Callaway Hex Soft Golf Balls, White
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Featuring a compression of 60, it certainly suits those with mid to slow driver swing speeds of around 90mph or less, as the softer core enables those players to get better spin and distance numbers than they would get with a firmer golf ball. With great core technology that leads to longer, straighter shots especially off the driver, and a soft cover for feel and consistent performance on your irons and wedges, this is a ball that? HEX Tour Soft is engineered with core technology that improves spin separation, so you can hit longer, straighter shots.
Also, have a read of our other golf ball guides as well to truly inform your next purchase, such as the best value golf balls or the best distance golf balls. The lack of spin coupled with the firmer core technology means the ball flies longer and rolls out more. The USGAs submission form for the conformance list requires counts of the number of total pieces and covers but different OEMs define the intermediary mantles and some times outer cores as additional covers. If you look for the same specs on the conforming list without the company, only the Top Flite Gamer matches.None of them seemed like something that would affect the play of the ball but definitely noticeable if you are looking for it.
The first thing to note about the Hex soft is that they are billed as a distance ball, but didn't feel as firm as we might come to expect from an option that will help add yards to you game. works for you, it's probably a better option and definitely a cheaper option (unless you're using some kind of DSG/GG rewards or there is some kind of DSG/GG flash sale) than either the Hex Tour or Diablo Tour. With that said, however, the ball is very durable and won’t see many scratches or marks during a round of golf. I would guess the Hex Tour Soft ball is probably a 15 to 25 compression ball and the Hex Tour is more like a 50 compression (I can't find the true stats anywhere). You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.The core of the Diablo Tour has speckles while the Hex Tour is a solid color (probably meaningless). Along with the added technology, it has a Soft Compression Core that enhances energy transfer for more ball speed and a high-launch, low-spin combo in the longer clubs, something which we noticed during our testing. Or, if you put a real premium on feel, which is probably the case given you have read this guide, then a soft feel model is a ball to go for. We also really enjoyed the T-shaped alignment tool, which is a very useful addition that could help improve both your putting and tee shot accuracy. The improved cover creates green-grabbing control so that your shots around the green stop quickly, with great performance to help you get up-and-down on chips and pitch shots.
The Hex Soft Tour Golf Ball is designed for more distance, and more spin and control around the green. In our testing, we felt the ball performed well enough to back up those claims and we also thoroughly enjoyed the durability on offer. There’s certainly cheaper other balls available and better budget balls, but these balls will give you max distance and won’t cost you the earth. Quite frankly if you’re not used to playing a premium ball or if you don’t strike the ball consistently with your wedges to generate a lot of spin, then you won’t miss what you don’t know!Let’s have a look at the five important factors which I look for when choosing a golf ball to play with. Please note that photos printed on a brightly-coloured ball can sometimes look a bit disappointing (depending on the colours in the image). Both balls seem to deliver about the same distance but I can definitely feel the compression of the Soft ball on the club face and not so much on the Tour/Black ball.