Callaway Supersoft Vs. Callaway Chrome Soft Golf Balls Comparison Overview
To soft or super soft, that is the question. Whether ‘tis nobler for your golf game to be able to whack the ball down the fairway or to take arms against fast greens with biting roll. Ok, Shakespeare aside we are going to be comparing the merits of a super soft ball with that of the Callaway Chrome Soft balls.
Callaway is a great golf ball manufacturer for all kinds of players and all you have to do is know what type of ball will benefit your game the most. So that is what we’re going to be helping you with in the following comparison overview.
Callaway Supersoft Golf Ball Overview
The Callaway Supersoft golf balls sport a compression rating of 38 which really made our jaws hit the floor.
Of course, it’s one thing to have “supersoft” in the title. It’s quite another to actually feel super soft but these balls really do. They almost disappear off the driver face and you get the same pillowy feel with your woods and long irons.
These balls would be a dream for high handicappers and players with slow swing speeds as the super-low compression will add ball speed to your drives and long shots from the deck. From intermediate lengths on the deck, the Supersoft balls also yielded impressive distance.
Around the green, these balls suffer quite a bit what with unchecked roll control and all; but that’s not really what they’re built for anyway.
Callaway Chrome Soft Golf Balls Overview
The Callaway Chrome Soft golf balls are more of an every man type of ball.
One of the things we noticed is that our faster swing speed testers weren’t losing much ball speed to this 65 compression rated ball. Spin is kept low off the tee, deck and amazingly, it picks up quite a bit around the green.
That’s due in part to the urethane cover and graphene mantle of these balls. This combo makes for excellent feel and gradient roll control. And did we mention this was a 3-piece ball? Intermediate and high handicappers will both find good value in the Callaway Chrome Soft ball.
The Callaway Supersoft ball would really only be a viable option if you have a swing speed in the 70-80 MPH range – or if you just want a fun, cheap set of balls at the range. The Callaway Chrome Soft balls provide more all-around performance.