After reading mostly positive things about this golf ball, I finally decided to try it out. In the 2022 TaylorMade Tour Response golf ball review, I will let you know how it did on the course. It is the brand’s affordable version of a three-piece urethane cover golf ball. That means you can have a similar experience to a top premium ball for less money.
With a compression rating of around 70, this ball is built for a soft feel. Besides the cast urethane cover, what adds more to the soft feel is the low compression core. The new things compared to the previous model are the upgraded firmer second layer and the new tour flight dimple pattern. Along with a soft feel, TaylorMade promises fast ball speed, high launch, and high wedge spin.
Reading all the innovations and specifications, this ball does sound very promising. Golf balls do and don’t live up to expectations. At the end of the day, it really depends on what your expectations are, and more importantly if you are playing the right ball. Without further introduction, here is what I found.
This year TaylorMade has released a new version of their affordable three-piece ionomer golf ball. In this 2022 TaylorMade Soft Response golf ball review, we’ll find out how it feels to play it. According to their official website, this ball was “Designed to give amateur golfers enhanced feel while maintaining ball speeds and distance.”
The engineers have lowered the compression to make this the softest ball TaylorMade has to offer. It has a softer core and a re-engineered ionomer cover compared to the previous model. Another change is the “Steeper and shallower dimples to reduce drag and optimize lift for optimized aerodynamics to protect distance in softer golf ball design.”
All these improvements the ball went through are promising something good. Without further details, I’ll move on and let you know what I got out of a round of golf with this ball.
The first time I saw these golf balls in the store I asked myself; where is the catch? It seemed too low of a price for one of the industry’s major brands. My curiosity was strong enough and I went on to buy them. I will share my experience in this TaylorMade Distance + golf ball review and help you decide if you should give these balls a try.
According to TaylorMade, the ball is designed for speed and distance while providing a soft feel. It is a 2 layers ball with a 77 compression, which means it is primarily made for golfers with slow and moderate swing speeds.