Get ultimate softness and feel with the new Srixon UltiSoft

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Picking the right performance ball for your game is one of the most overlooked areas with most mid to high handicap players. This becomes more evident with players who swing the club at a swing speed of less than 90mph with driver. A firm Tour ball will feel like a rock as you will struggle to compress the ball and unlock all of its design characteristics.

Softer balls normally have a lower compression rating which means it will take less club speed to properly compress the ball. This will result in straighter shots and a better feeling golf ball.

Designing a soft performance ball for this category of golfer is something Srixon have done very well for a long time with its UltiSoft model and now they have released the fourth generation of the lowest compression ball in its line up.

The UltiSoft lives up to its namesake as the ultimate golf ball for softness and feel. The foundation of the all-new UltiSoft is the FastLayer Core technology, a unique design that adds distance while maintaining that signature feel. Its powerful distance with maximum softness on every strike.

UltiSoft features a 338 Speed Dimple pattern to help reduce drag and increase lift. These Speed Dimples improve overall aerodynamics for better performance with drivers, woods, and irons.

Key Technologies:
FastLayer Core: With a soft centre that gradually transitions to a firm outer edge, the FastLayer Core gives UltiSoft incredible softness and great distance off the tee.

Soft, Thin Cover: Provides more greenside spin and softer feel on all pitches, chips and putts.

338 Speed Dimple Pattern: To get more distance overall and better performance in the wind, Speed Dimples reduce drag at launch and increase lift during descent.

The new Srixon UltiSoft will be available from August 17th in Pure White only and at a cost of €28 per dozen.

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