Srixon Sports, a world leader in golf ball and golf club technology, have announced the addition of the Trispeed Golf ball to their range of award winning and tour proven products.
The Trispeed is a uniquely constructed 3 piece multilayer product that has been designed to give all sorts of golfers with a wide range of swing speeds, fantastic ball speed and distance plus incredible feel.
The Trispeed features a large diameter and super soft, proprietary ‘Energetic Gradient Growth’ core. This provides highly efficient energy transfer from ball to club for a wide range of swing speeds, thus appealing to all levels of golfers.
In addition, the Energetic Gradient Growth design, where the core is firmer on the outside and gets progressively softer towards the centre, delivers optimum high launch together with low spin.
The mid layer is a Srixon proprietary Rabalon HR blend for enhanced ball speed, whilst the soft Rabalon HR blended cover delivers exceptional feel together with amazing velocity.
Finally, the 333 dimple pattern provides high trajectory with a penetrating ball flight for greater carry and roll.
A Srixon spokesman said, “As its name implies, the Trispeed has 3 incredible layers of technology, each of which is designed for speed and distance. The Trispeed’s core is larger than that of its competition giving it a higher rubber content and therefore greater speed.
“The proprietary Rabalon HR blended mid- layer and cover are extremely fast materials which give greater speed, directly transferring to greater distance. What is so unique about this product is that the resilience and velocity of the Rabalon HR blended cover and mid layer allows us to soften the core compression without the corresponding loss in velocity.
“Bottom line, what our technology experts at Srixon have developed is a multilayer ball that goes a long way and feels great, but you don’t need a tour like swing speed to play it and it won’t break the bank.”
The Trispeed will be sold exclusively in on and off course golf shops and the RRP is £29.99 per dozen.
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