The Mizuno RB Tour X golf balls have been re-released for 2023 with a new design for the model. How do they rate compared to the RB Tour?
The RB Tour X has a new design after being given a makeover along with the RB Tour for 2023. Both models are set for a big impression with the X the firmer of the duo.
The new model features a reduced 272 dimples pattern, has a soft three-layer design with a urethane cover and has improved spin levels for high impact on your short game and a low rate from the driver.
In this article we take a look at what is different with the 2023 RB Tour X, how it differs from the RB Tour and which type of golfers it suits.
What Mizuno say about the RB Tour ball:
“After 99 prototypes and the most exhaustive testing we’ve put a Mizuno ball through, we created the perfect duo for our next generation of tour players.
“Lower spinning and efficient from the driver with an AXIALFLOW dimple that creates a high launch from the driver and a flatter flight from the short irons.
“The ultimate difference with the new RB Tour X has been the time spent working on the prototypes – 3 years of player, robot and greenside feedback across every possible performance attribute.
“On full shots, the new dimple generates a higher driver flight and flatter wedge flight, when compared to other tour-level balls.
“A larger, more defined dimple creates a more precise outline and visual effect preferred by the majority of our testers.
“A soft feel is always expected from Mizuno – but the new cover was tested for over three years to ensure its durability is equally satisfying for the ideal balance of construction, compression, dimple configuration and cover.”
Mizuno RB Tour X Golf Balls Design & Features
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