Callaway's Supersoft has been one of the mainstays in their product line for a number of years, as a reliable soft golf ball which was ideal for golfers who don't generate enough speed to require the likes of the Chrome Soft.
For the 2021 update to the Supersoft range, Callaway has focused on improvements to the cover, core and flight technologies to improve performance whilst also introducing a brand new golf ball in place of the Supersoft Magna, to provide even more forgiveness.
Callaway Supersoft Golf Ball
The Supersoft features a new Hybrid Cover made with a Paraloid Impact Modifier by Dow. This design helps to create a versatile, multi-material construction which promotes long distance, excellent spin rates and plenty of greenside control and feel.
Inside the ball there is a soft Compression Core which is designed to maximise energy transfer to give you better ball speeds, whilst also promoting that desirable 'high launch, low spin' characteristics in the long game.
On the cover, a HEX Aerodynamics pattern is said to reduce drag as the ball travels through the air to enhance the launch and provide a stronger trajectory.
Callaway say 'this truly is a long, straight distance ball that's super soft, and that's why golfers love it'.
Callaway Supersoft Max Golf Ball
Replacing the Supersoft Magna, the Supersoft Max is engineered with the aim of providing 'max' distance from 'max' forgiveness.
Like the Magna, the Max is designed with an oversized diameter that is larger than a typical golf ball. This conforms to the rules of golf whilst promoting increased consistency and a high launch, with the added forgiveness intended to provide a little more distance. Essentially, making it easier to hit from the middle means that you should naturally hit it a little further.
The Tri-Blend Ionomer cover is built to increase ball spin along with high launch and low spin so that you enjoy more distance off the tee and in your longer clubs.
Finally a high speed, low compression core is said to enhance energy transfer and provide a super soft feel.
Callaway say that 'this ball is well suited for developing golfers who want to hit the ball further and play with more confidence'.
Both the Supersoft and Supersoft Max will be available from February 4th at an RRP of £22.99 per dozen, and will be offered in a range of colourways: White, Yellow, Green, Pink, Red and Orange.
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