Looking for the best Callaway golf balls for your game or the best value out there?
From Callaway Chrome balls and ERC Soft balls to the cheaper Callaway Warbird golf balls, there is plenty to choose from in the Callaway range, with products to suit any game.
Callaway Chrome Soft Golf Balls
The Callaway Chrome ball has been long been the number one product from the brand, and one more and more amateurs are playing. The pick of the Callaway balls comes in two varieties, the Soft and Soft X, and is a tour-level ball providing distance yet impressive feel too. Phil Mickelson, Patrick Reed, Jim Furyk and Danny Willett are among the pros playing the Callaway Chrome Soft on tour.
Callaway ERC Golf Balls
Callaway ERC Soft balls are the longest ball the manufacturer has produced with a soft feel, and significantly feature the new Triple Track Technology for the first time. Named after Ely Reeves Callaway, the founder of the company, the ERC Soft has a new cover and core which has helped extract more distance compared to the Chrome Soft. It is sold as a distance-enhancing ball and aimed at players looking for a soft ball, but to also find more length off the tee and from fairways.
Callaway Supersoft Golf Balls
Callaway’s softest golf ball, the Supersoft performs with an impressive mixture of distance and feel. The Supersoft provides longer carry, longer distance and improved control around the greens making it an ideal all-round golf ball.
Callaway Supersoft Magna Golf Balls
The Callaway Supersoft Magna golf ball, to give its full brand name, is oversized and bigger than anything else on the market. The idea behind the Magna ball, which conforms to USGA Rules of Golf despite being oversized, is to aim it at junior golfers, beginners and players seeking to develop more consistent ball striking. The Magna has largely been designed based on the Supersoft, but the higher centre of gravity makes it is easier to launch and the increase in size means it easier to strike from centre of the face.
Callaway Warbird Golf Balls
Callaway Warbird balls are the firmest in the range and help add distance to your game. If you’re looking to add yards to your game, this value for money ball could well provide the answer. It isn’t the most responsive around the greens, but it still performs well when it comes to the short game.
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