Callaway's Chrome Soft golf balls offer premium performance at a mid-range price point.
The Chrome Soft's SoftFast Core boasts a compression rating of 65.
But that won't cost you any distance. Callaway experimented with 39 different designs to find the right combination of core and mantle layer.
Conversely, on full wedge shots, the Chrome Soft achieved excellent spin rpm's for good green control.
The Chrome Soft is a good choice for a wide range of golfers offering very soft feel, great distance, and exceptional durability.
Callaway engineers designed the X2 Hot golf ball to be long and accurate with softer feel and more spin around the greens.
X2's are three-piece golf balls with an ionomer cover designed to generate maximum distance and lower spin to help curb hooks and slices.
The X2's aerodynamics are designed to optimize lift and drag for golfers with swing speeds less than 90 mph.
The X2 Hot+ is designed for golfers with driver speeds more than 90 mph.
Tester's report SuperSoft balls have less spin than the Hex Blacks on both irons and the driver.
Callaway has combined an extremely low compression golf ball with its HEX Aerodynamics to create a long, straight, distance ball with an unbelievably soft feel.
With a compression rating of 38, this is the softest golf ball on the market. And its low compression reduces spin for increased distance.