Calling all low handicappers! Callaway Chrome Soft ball day, North Hants GC, June 30th

gopher99

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I will give it a shot, I have a natural high ball flight and spin the ball a lot. Not as in spin it off the green all the time, the ball tends to float up on me.
 
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The LS is a very good ball. The only thing for me is that it doesn't spin enough when the greens are summer firm compared to a ProV1x


First full round with one today - very good off the tee and irons into greens . Just need to get used to them being a bit clicky when chipping and putting
 

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I've the CSX and LS
The CSX doesn't seem as clicky as the LS but obviously spins a bit more..seems very similar to the ProV1x..
Not keen on the triple track but I'm fine with the Truvis
Standard CS is still a good all-round ball for most..
It's a shame the price seems to be a bit closer to Titleist than it maybe ought to be....
 

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I put my name forward for the day, but not selected. :(

Perhaps 4.7 wasn't low enough. Reduced that to 3.9 on Wednesday, however. :)

If I had gone I would probably have felt too knackered to play today at 7:46am social game.
Played with a Callaway Supersoft that I found the other day. Made 4 birdies, won the betterball matchplay 6&5, and shot one-under gross. :)

Won a box of 12 Chromesofts at a Captain's exchange day at Belton Park in May. Not touched them yet.
I'll just have to make my own unprofessional assessment when I eventually give 'em a bash. :D
 
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They're brilliant in the wind

Yeah that’s been very evident today with the ball penetrating the wind very well - it was also something mentioned by the Callaway rep
I've the CSX and LS
The CSX doesn't seem as clicky as the LS but obviously spins a bit more..seems very similar to the ProV1x..
Not keen on the triple track but I'm fine with the Truvis
Standard CS is still a good all-round ball for most..
It's a shame the price seems to be a bit closer to Titleist than it maybe ought to be....


Do you swap between the LS and CSX much ? Do you think it works ok
 

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Yeah that’s been very evident today with the ball penetrating the wind very well - it was also something mentioned by the Callaway rep



Do you swap between the LS and CSX much ? Do you think it works ok
I've been using CSX with the wind and LS against it...
I can live with the difference in feel, its not that much, and the LS does go better into a breeze than the CSX...and the extra spin of the CSX helps a bit more downwind..
 
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I've been using CSX with the wind and LS against it...
I can live with the difference in feel, its not that much, and the LS does go better into a breeze than the CSX...and the extra spin of the CSX helps a bit more downwind..


Cheers - will try the CSX on a calmer day and see how I go.
 
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