The New Chrome Soft with Graphene

This ball is different.

First look at the new Chrome Soft, featuring a Graphene-infused outer layer for unprecedented feel & spin separation >>

The New Chrome Soft with Graphene

We infused the outer layer of the new Chrome Soft with Graphene, which allows us to engineer a thinner outer core and significantly larger inner core. The result? Soft feel, low spin off the tee and more spin around the green.


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25 commentaires

  1. It cracks me up how many lousy golfers jump at the new gimmicks when they arrive.
    The typical weekend golfer could play just as well with some K-mart clubs and some 30 year old Acushnets.

  2. Graphene: This is a hybrid. This is a cross bluegrass, Kentucky bluegrass, featherbed bent, and northern California sensimilla. The amazing stuff about this is that you can play 36 holes on it in the afternoon take it home and just get stoned to the bejeezus-belt at night on this stuff. I’ve got pounds of this stuff. Definition courtesy of Carl Spackler…

  3. Spalding made a urethane covered ball that spun more than balata 30 years ago. Greg Norman won the British Open with it. It never caught on and was discontinued in the 90s. Now all of a sudden urethane balls with high spin rates are the craze. Go figure.

  4. Golf balls have differences. I usually hit Bridgestone e6. I didn’t start there and won’t end there. Let’s try not to be too critical of folks trying « new stuff » we’ve all been guilty!

  5. I look forward to playing with these new balls…as soon as I find the ones you lost.

    I can not remember the last time I bought new golf balls. I play Titleist, Callaway, Wilson, Nike, etc. And they are in brand new condition when I find them.

    There is no measurable difference among them. If you hit the ball in the middle of the club face, with the club face perpendicular to the target line, the ball goes where you want it to.

    All the rest is marketing BS.

  6. Great now I can throw graphene in the woods too!!!! Tired of throwing balata into the heather and the gorse!!!
    I’ll buy them if Costco sells them for $30 for two dozen

  7. Graphene? Seriously? This marketing crap is getting out of hand. What exactly does graphene do to improve the ball? I mean sure it’s incredibly strong and flexible, but at 1 atom thick there’s no actual advantage. Well…aside from a sales increase for those gullible people that have never read any science journals.

  8. I use Callaway XR clubs. Have been using ProVX for years. I changed to Chrome SoftX last week. It does exactly what Callaway described straight, with very good distance and workability on the green. For the first time I did not loose one single ball by the end of 18 holes.

  9. I know graphene is used in racquetball racquets to improve flexibility and strength and it definitely gives you a lot more power. I’ve never thought anyone would put it in a ball.

  10. I find it funny that Aldila is using Graphene in its synergy shaft that is found in the Rogue driver/fairway/hybrid as well as the chrome soft. Must be special stuff. Looking forward to trying it soon.

  11. Just purchased Wilson Staff 50 elite golf balls. Haven’t used them yet.
    12.95 a dozen.
    I’ve used all kinds of balls.
    MG Golf has a senior ball that I used last year. Longer than anything I’ve used so far including pro vs.
    Wilsons designed for slow swing speeds.
    Will find out..?

  12. I’ve studied Graphene for years now
    I thought Graphene was to expensive and to slow to mass be produced….
    Until now
    It’s revolutionary
    It will be the next oil
    It will be in EVERYTHING
    Within 3 yrs.
    I’d study Graphene companies to invest in so you won’t have to work til u r 92 🙂
    That’s all ….

  13. I hit em all, and each brand has a slight right hand slice built in to them. Balls do not make any difference to my game, score. Depending on who shows up to play that particular day.

  14. Leaving the “lousy golfers” out of this. There are many, many
    golfers that play with let’s say an 8-15 handicap who prefer a quality ball. The serious golfer who wants to get better, knows that a very good ball is going to make a difference from 100 yards and in.

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