Taylormade Tour Response Golf Ball, One of the Best
Taylormade Golf has introduced a new golf ball in the market and it replaces a model that was very popular throughout its journey.
The Project A Golf Ball was a popular ball among golfers that are fans of soft golf balls and a ball that enhances the feel around the greens. The Project A, and now the Tour Response are among the most delicate urethane-covered balls on the market.
100% Urethane Cover
There is no secret that Touring Professionals love a Golf Ball with a Urethane Cover, but what about some amateur players?
The problem with a golf ball with a Urethane cover is that it generates spin, and that also means sidespin.
Sidespin imparted on a golf ball makes it difficult to keep the ball in play. This makes it challenging for amateur golfers to get the full benefit from a Golf Ball with a Urethane Cover.
The Taylormade Tour Response Golf Ball comes in at a more affordable price for the average golfer and is also a little more forgiving than some of the tour-level golf balls available on the market.
Hi Spring Core
An Ultra-Low 40 Compression Core will give golfers a greater feel whilst enhancing compression at impact, which equals more distance. The core of the Taylormade Tour Response Golf Ball is designed for medium-paced swing speeds which is the majority of amateur golfers. Throw in the fact that it also features a top-quality Urethane Cover, and this is one of the Top Golf Balls on the market.
The Speedmantle is an essential piece of this golf ball, and it is the firm second layer that surrounds the soft core of the ball. This helps increase ball speeds and also help control the overall spin of the ball.
The Taylormade Tour Response Golf Ball has replaced the Taylormade Project A Golf Ball and will be a clear winner. The 100% Urethane Cover provides an incredible feel, and the low compression core helps golfers of all levels generate more consistent distance.
This is without a doubt one of the best Golf Balls on the market for the Amateur Golfers that want spin and feel around the greens and forgiveness off the tee.
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