The really big development in ball design in recent years is the ability for manufacturers to make soft low-compression cores that are just as fast as firmer ones. So unless you’re swinging at 110 mph or faster focus more on how a ball performs around the greens.
You need Tour-caliber performance with a firmer feel and lower spin on short shots. Three-layer core system with progressive compression for max energy transfer at impact. Dual-spin cover for enhanced spin on scoring shots and five-layer overall construction for premium performance throughout the bag. Cast urethane cover for feel and durability.
You place a premium on value a very soft feel and low spin for long distance. Lowest-compression core in any Pinnacle ball ever manufactured for low spin a very soft feel and big distance. 332 dimples for consistent flight and stability in varying conditions.Soft ionomer cover for added durability and extra soft feel.
No — this is Finau’s spot. I think Xander is awesome and he’s going to continue his rise to world-beater status but he hasn’t been super in form of late with just one top-20 since the U.S. Open. Finau will be rock-solid. Now if you told me I could trade Schauffele for Mickelson you’d have my attention…
So given all of that this year is the most remarkable because it was the most unexpected. But even more than that this year is the most remarkable because Woods has shown a humanity and a measure of gratitude for where he is in his life that just to speak for myself had never seen before. He’s never seemed more human.