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Titleist Ball most like Callaway SuperSoft

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I generally play Titleist  Pro-V-1 or Pro-V-1X most of the year, but recently started playing SuperSofts when the temps drop below 55*. Does Titleist make a comparable ball? I found a Titleist Velocity, tried it, but didn't like it. Is the Tour Soft like the SuperSoft? 

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I mean... TruSoft

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The TruFeel would be Titleist's closest competitor (lowest compression, 2-piece ionomer cover) to the Callaway Supersoft. 

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On 2/12/2020 at 8:05 PM, storm319 said:

The TruFeel would be Titleist's closest competitor (lowest compression, 2-piece ionomer cover) to the Callaway Supersoft. 

Thanks. I may give it a try the next time I buy balls.

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I play both Avx probably is the closest Callaway super soft but is a low flight which works the best in my windy conditions


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1 hour ago, Filtr said:

I play both Avx probably is the closest Callaway super soft but is a low flight which works the best in my windy conditions


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AVX is multilayer urethane vs Supersoft 2-piece ionomer so not really similar.

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12 hours ago, jkittlesen said:

I believe he was meaning feel not construction.

Even then, the TruFeel will be the closest.

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I played the Supersoft. I switched to the Bridgestone e12 Soft, the Supersoft was too soft for my liking.

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Truefeel.  I played the Trusoft a bit last year and its a good ball.  Very soft.

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