Callaway Superhot 55 Golf Ball Review
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    Callaway Superhot 55 Golf Ball Review




    Spin: Low

    Dimples: 332

    Compression: Low

    Category Comparison: Premium

    Spec: (Three) 3 Piece / Layers

    The Callaway Superhot 55 Golf Ball is the latest and the greatest in Callaway's portfolio and the logical successor of the highly successful Chrome Soft model.

    Ergo, the Superhot 55 is a premium variety of an already proven/redesigned golf ball which follows the tradition of the “original”, aimed at a wide variety of golf players, ranging from Tour pros to high handicappers, and taking performance to another level. Retailing for $27,99 a dozen, the Superhot 55 Golf Ball features a three piece design for increasing shot-making control. What's new about this baby is its state of the art dual-core construction which comes with a very soft 55 overall compensation, aimed at delivering long distance and an impressively soft feel, regardless what club in your golf-bag you're using.

    Also, the Superhot 55 Golf Ball is designed with an incredibly soft mantle layer and a high tech Surlin coating. These two work in tandem for reducing spin rates, translating into reduced slices and hooks. Also, the very soft cover works miracles when it comes to improving short game performance around the greens. Basically, the Superhot 55 Golf Ball is a next generation golf ball with a clear focus on soft feel, thus promoting a long and straight ball flight trajectory, with all the advantages inherent to a low compression golf ball. However, despite the soft core and coating, the Superhot 55 doesn's compromise in terms distance or ball speed, being a relatively long golf ball from tee to green, thanks to Callaway's proprietary hex aerodynamics technology, which promotes optimal lift and low drag, for keeping the ball up in the air for a long time.