New Titleist DT TruSoft Golf Balls: Affordable and Older Golfer Friendly

Titleist DT_TruSoft

THE new Titleist DT TruSoft Golf Balls are the latest incarnation of the brand’s “red packet” range, offering an increasingly softer feeling ball that offers good distance, short game playability and at an affordable price.

Titleist say the DT TruSoft golf balls, available in Australia and New Zealand from February 2016, provides their softest compression feel yet while not compromising on performance.

The company says Titleist R&D engineered a new core and cover formulation that delivers very low spin in the long game for impressive distance along with good feel around the greens.

The balls replace the old DT Solo range but remain in the familiar red packaging.

“DT TruSoft is the latest generation of Titleist’s soft compression core and cover technology,”said Michael Mahoney, Director, Titleist Golf Ball Product Management.

“In each of our past three introductions of DT models, we have continued to provide golfers with softer and softer feel.”

“Through our extensive testing with golfers, we know there is a growing interest for extremely soft feel, yet these golfers still want performance into and around the green. DT TruSoft represents the best combination of very soft feel and the all-around performance of distance and playability you expect from a Titleist golf ball.”

The DT TruSoft golf balls will retail in Australia (SRP) for $34.95/dozen and New Zealand $39.95/dozen.

The next step up in price is the popular NXT range with the premium ProV balls on top.

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