Looking for new golf balls for 2023? The best golf balls 2023 have been picked out in the GolfReviewsGuide.com shortlist.
We’ve taken a look at some options that could be added to your bag this year, whether you are looking for more distance, more spin around the greens or the best option for your swing speed.
Play the right ball to get the most from your game, or find a good quality ball that is best priced for your budget.
Read on as this article discusses some of the best golf balls 2023 has to offer, plus read the best drivers for 2023, best woods for 2023, best rescue clubs for 2023, best irons for 2023 and best wedges for 2023.
Also get the shortlist for the best golf putters for 2023.
1. Titleist Pro V1 & ProV1x Golf Balls
The three-piece ProV1 is the softer of the two options in the range compared to the four-piece ProV1x, and provides a penetrating ball flight and optimal spin for most golfers.
The ProV1x provides a higher ball flight and spins less with many tour stars and professionals turning the this model in recent years.
Titleist ProV1 balls are the number one on tour, the winning-most and widely considered to best golf ball on the market. It is no surprise it tops our shortlist of the best balls.
2. Callaway Chrome Soft, Soft X and X LS Golf Balls
The Chrome Soft ball has long been the number one product from Callaway and there is a new 22 version of both this model and the Chrome Soft X.
The updated version of the three-piece ball features a new Hyper Elastic SoftFast Core for improved ball speeds, less spin and more control from driver to wedges.
The dimple pattern has also been refined and is now an Aero Tour quality Hex Design on the soft urethane cover with a Triple Track cover available for alignment.
The Chrome Soft X is model is the firmer of the two standard versions of the Callaway ball, has a higher launch, the highest speed off the club face and also the most spin around the greens.
The Chrome Soft X LS is a low spin model designed to produce a straighter ball flight to help gain extra yards off the tee for maximum distance.
3. TaylorMade TP5, TP5x & Pix Golf Balls
The TP5 is the softer of the two models compared to the firmer TP5x, with both five-piece balls having the amount of firmness increased in each layer from a soft outer to a hard core.
Just like the ProV1 balls from Titleist, the TP5x model is the higher launching of the two and offers more spin and control around the greens.
The Pix balls range are a unique design featuring Clear Path Alignment technology designed by Rickie Fowler. This ball is available in both TP5 and TP5x models and is played on tour by Tommy Fleetwood.
4. Mizuno RB Tour & RB Tour X Golf Balls
Both new models features a reduced 272 dimples pattern and have a very soft three-layer design with a urethane cover. The RB Tour X is the slightly firmer of the two options.
Designed using both genuine player feedback and robot machine learning, the RB Tours are high-launching, lower-spinning and more efficient from the driver thanks to the AXIALFLOW dimple design.
When it comes it irons and short game play, you will notice flatter flight with the new ball an all-round game changer.
5. Srixon Z-Star & Z-Star ZV Golf Balls
The Z-Star is a three-piece ball and the slightly softer of the two options, providing an optimal launch, solid distance and greenside spin.
The Z-Star ZV is the firmer of the two and has a four-piece construction. Like many of the other balls in this shortlist, this firmer ball boasts a higher balance flight and a little less feel around the greens.
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