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A new core and cover tech­nol­ogy mean the two-piece DT TruSoft has a lower com­pres­sion than the DT Solo it re­places. Titleist’s soft­est ever ionomer cover helps gen­er­ate a soft feel, while a 376-tetra­he­dral-dim­ple de­sign pro­duces a con­sis­tent flight.


Per­for­mance As the low­est-com­pres­sion ball of Titleist’s 2016 line, softer feel is the prin­ci­pal ben­e­fit. There’s a de­cent level of spin on wedge shots from the fair­way, with a lower flight for con­trol. It has a much more muted sound on chip and pitch shots, which con­trib­utes to the soft feel you ex­pe­ri­ence. DT TruSoft launches lower than Ve­loc­ity and NXT Tour and is more com­pa­ra­ble with NXT Tour S, with per­haps slightly less spin around the green.

Con­sider this The soft feel doesn’t al­ways trans­late into high lev­els of spin on short shots around the green.

WILL SUIT Play­ers who want a soft feel on all shots with­out los­ing out on dis­tance The DT TruSoft ball has the soft­est ionomer cover blend Titleist has ever used

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