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TaylorMade Project A Golf Ball Review

TaylorMade Project A Golf Balls

$28.99
TaylorMade Project A Golf Balls
8.1

Quality

8/10

    Features

    9/10

      Price

      9/10

        Shack's Rating

        7/10

          Pros

          • Three Layers
          • Price
          • Name Brand

          Cons

          • In The ProV1 Shadow

          taylormade project aTaylorMade Project A Golf Ball Review

          While TaylorMade is probably best known for its clubs, it’s about time people realize the quality of its golf balls.  There’s certainly no disadvantage to teeing up with a name brand set of golf balls, especially if the price isn’t too brutal.  If you’re looking for this type of ball, look no further than the TaylorMade Project A Golf Ball.   

           

          Summary
          taylormade project aThe TaylorMade Project A Golf Ball offers the features found in more amateur-styled golf balls while still carrying excellent brand recognition.  The ball features an inner core which is 30% softer than its predecessor for longer distance from slower swings.  The outer core allows for a more controlled spin both off the tee and around the green.  The new and improved urethane cover has made technological strides to improve play without sacrificing durability.  Needless to say, if you swing slower than the pros, (and let’s face it, all of us swing slower than the pros), this ball is a great choice.

           

           

          Our Thoughts

          The TaylorMade Project A Golf Ball is a perfect combination of amateur-styled technology, tour-level name brand recognition, and a very fair price.  Often these days, golf ball manufacturers expect us to pay half of a C-note for golf balls simply for being new with “improved technology”.  Luckily for us, TaylorMade has given us legitimate improvements in performance while still retaining a price that won’t break the bank.  If you’re a player of the TaylorMade Project A Golf Ball, rest assured that you’re getting great value in a tour-level golf ball.