Trispeed Golf Balls (Dozen)
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Try the Srixon Trispeed Golf ball if you currently play any of the
Titleist NXT Tour
Callaway HX Hot & Hot Bite
Nike Ignite 2
Taylor Made Burner TP
Top Flite Gamer
Srixon Trispeed balls give you greater distance promoted by high launch angle and lower spin rate.
The new Srixon Trispeed is a premium 3 piece ball designed for all types of golfers. The construction combines a soft mid layer with a large and highly resilient Energetic Gradient Growth core, to produce a high launch angle with low spin, that results in extreme distance and great feel with every club.
The larger core in the Srixon Trispeed ball coupled with the 324 dimple design promotes a penetrating ball trajectory that is unyielding to wind conditions.
The Srixon Trispeed ball's large, highly resilient Energetic Gradient Growth core, made possible through thin cover technology, provides not only greater ball speed with softer compression, but also a high launch angle and low spin for increased carry & roll. A bigger core means a bigger engine and more power.
A penetrating trajectory.
A 'Powershear' dimple pattern is tuned for amateur swing speeds to create maximum distance. The advanced aerodynamics of the 324 dimple pattern produce a true penetrating ball flight with a shallow landing angle that gives both greater carry and roll.
Soft Feel on every shot.
The Srixon Trispeed is one of the softest compression balls in this price range. A thin yet durable, ionomer cover with Rabalon HR+ blended highly resilient, yet soft mid layer and soft core, provide an extremely soft feel on all shots without sacrificing distance and responsiveness.
Srixon has emerged as the world's leading developer of golf ball technology - with over 700 patents taken out worldwide. In its search for maximum performance Srixon developed the world's first perimeter weighted balls and an Energetic Gradient Growth Core
The number of players on tour signing with Srixon is ever increasing, with new signings like Vijay Singh, Boo Weekley, David Howell, Soren Kjeldsen, Shane Lowry and Ryo Ishikawa.