You desire very low spin on long shots high flight on all shots and big distance in a Titleist package. Softer high-speed core for faster speeds off the clubface and solid short-game feel. New NaZ+ cover that further enhances distance and lowers spin on longer shots. Spherically-tiled dimple design for higher trajectory and increased carry.
You appreciate value in a ball especially when it delivers a very soft feel and the all-around benefits of multilayer construction. Extremely low 40 compression for very soft feel at impact. Three-piece multilayer construction for low driver spin and high short-iron and wedge spin (approximately 15 to 20 rpm more spin than the standard Duo Soft).
Is this a sensible rule? We posed the question to our panel of experts in this week’s Tour Confidential. Here’s how they responded: The reasoning behind it is. The idea is to bolster the strength of fields across the season. That’s good for the Tour as a whole. If Spieth gets dinged it’s not because he didn’t have plenty of opportunities to meet the minimum requirements this season.