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Titleist Introduces New DT TruSoft Golf Ball

3.16pm 21st September 2017 - New Products - This story was updated on Friday, September 22nd, 2017

The softest Titleist golf ball is now even longer with the introduction of the new Titleist DT TruSoft, available in golf shops throughout the UK & Ireland from 2nd October 2017.

Re-engineered with a larger, low compression core and proprietary soft cover technology, new DT TruSoft delivers longer distance with incredibly soft feel on all shots, plus increased short game spin for stopping power on the green.

For golfers who prefer a very soft compression feel, DT TruSoft is the best performing golf ball in its class – a result of Titleist’s rigorous research and development and industry-leading manufacturing technologies. Made at Titleist Ball Plant 2 in North Dartmouth, Mass., DT TruSoft provides a superior combination of soft feel, long distance and playability into and around the green, with the consistent performance and quality that golfers expect from a Titleist.

Michael Mahoney, Vice President, Titleist Golf Ball Marketing, said: “We’re meeting more and more golfers who believe you have to sacrifice distance in order to play a softer-feeling ball. That’s certainly true for many of the lower compression products in the market right now – but not DT TruSoft. When we launched DT TruSoft two years ago, it instantly became the longest ball in the category. Our R&D team has since discovered how to provide even more distance without impacting the remarkably soft feel that golfers tell us they love about this product. New DT TruSoft continues to prove that golfers who prioritise feel don’t have to give up everything else.”

Titleist www.titleist.co.uk

 

       

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