Chrome Soft vs. Chrome Soft X - What's the Difference?
20 Jan 2017
by AmateurGolf.com Staff

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With the launch of Callaway's new Chrome Soft X golf ball, we’re sure Callaway golf ball loyalists are going to have plenty of questions in regards to which ball they should play.

Chrome Soft X will have a firmer feel, more spin through the middle part of the bag for workability and a more piercing trajectory.

Hopefully the bullet points in the chart below will get you started in learning the key differences. But our recommendation? Try them out and feel/see/learn for yourself. Play a round against yourself, one ball vs. the other. Or just putt 9 holes on the practice green, again one ball vs. the other. There is also a really informative Callaway video at the bottom of the page.

Now, granted, many of you would like to be playing golf with any old golf ball right now; hopefully you have a winter or spring trip on the horizon.

One more note.

If you play Chrome Soft Truvis but want to switch over to the X, there will be a Chrome Soft X Truvis ball available in the spring.

-- Callaway Golf contributed to this story

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