Titleist Tour Soft Vs. Callaway Supersoft Golf Balls Comparison Overview
A lot of golfers fail to realize just how much of a difference their golf balls make. You could be knocking on the door of the mid or low handicap range but being held back by your golf balls.
In the following article, we are going to be talking about our experience with the Titleist Tour Soft and the Callaway Supersoft balls.
The reason we wanted to test these balls side-by-side is because we felt that these are both balls that could potentially elevate the game of mid to high handicappers looking to take that next big leap.
Titleist Tour Soft Golf Balls Overview
The Titleist Tour Soft balls have a 2-piece construction and a low compression rating. However, the real star here is the ball speed they produce.
We were taken aback at how fast these balls play considering their low compression rating. Off the tee, you can expect average distance of 190-200 yards even if you have only a moderate swing speed.
The minimal layers and the large, 1.6” diameter core help with carry distance and the 342 dimples help cut through the air surprisingly well.
The Titleist Tour Soft balls also feature a composite ionomer cover material.
While not as thin or soft as pure urethane, the cover material of these balls are still fairly responsive.
Back and side spin is increased by a small margin on short approaches and with your short irons. These balls should also be plenty soft for most kinds of players.
Callaway Supersoft Golf Balls Overview
The incredibly low compression rating of these 2-piece balls will be congenial for a very narrow niche of players.
Namely, players who just picked up the game. The Callaway Supersoft balls have a compression rating of 50 so you can barely feel them when you pure them off the tee.
They do however produce impressive launch angles which can be a boon to players who typically find themselves in tight lies on the deck.
These balls are a lot of fun on the range but if you are really looking to step up your game, they probably won’t help as much as the Titleist Tour Soft balls.
Overall, we liked the more well-rounded performance you get with the Titleist Tour Soft balls. They are soft enough to feel nice but offer a tighter shot dispersion than the Callaway Supersoft balls.