Titleist DT TruSoft Balls are here
Titleist introduces new DT TruSoft Balls, an updated version.
Golf clubs, equipment, and ball manufacturer Titleist announced today its new version of DT TruSoft balls. Said to be the softest Titleist balls in the market is now even longer. Re-engineered with features like a new core and cover to continue the theme of soft feel and distance simultaneously.
Titleist claims it to give the softest feel and superior distance through the low spin on long shots and increased short game spin for stopping on the green. These are available in two colors i.e. White and High Optic Yellow.
These balls consist state of the art technology giving the best of experiences to golfers. The three major ones used in these balls are called TruTouch Core, TruFlex Cover, and TruSoft Flight. Just going by the names gives you the basic idea behind it.
The new, larger low compression TruTouch Core is designed to deliver:
- Low spin for longer distance
- Truly soft feel on all shots
The new TruFlex Cover utilizes proprietary Titleist Technology to provide:
- Very soft feel around the green
- Increased short game spin for improved performance
New DT TruSoft golf balls are constructed with advanced aerodynamics meeting strict quality standards to ensure:
- Maximum Distance
- Consistent, piercing ball flight
Michael Mahoney, Titleist’s vice president of golf ball marketing, suggests the new DT TruSoft “continues to prove that golfers who prioritize feel don’t have to give up everything else.”
The last version of the ball was introduced as the company’s lowest compression ball and the softest ionomer cover in Titleist history, the new DT TruSoft maintains that standing as the company’s softest ball, but now utilizes a larger, low-compression core.
The new DT TruSoft also benefits from a new, more flexible cover material developed by Titleist and designed to improve short-shot spin.
These are available in stores in both white and optic yellow for $22 a dozen.
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