In the three new solid core, multilayer, urethane-covered Srixon balls announced for retail in Australia from next month, it’s the little changes that do the most to optimise distance and improve greenside spin.
Golf ball manufacturers are aware of a few things. Among them is the fact that consumers often base their decision based on economics as well as performance characteristics. Perhaps that’s why Callaway has unveiled multiple new ball offerings covering a wide range of price and performance levels.
The new Ping i200 iron features a face that’s 30 percent thinner than its most recent predecessor, but here’s the thing: that thinner face isn’t just about flexibility and distance, it’s about forgiveness and feel.
A preference for less offset or a squarer toe. Or for a straighter leading edge or the desire for a soft, forged feel. Cleveland took all those suggestions into account when producing Callaway's Mack Daddy Forged wedges.