Does Titleist still make the DT SoLo?
The DT SoLo continues the brand’s enduring DT lineup and ranks as Titleist’s most affordable option. Titleist touts the newest DT SoLo as its softest yet thanks to a large, surlyn-blend core with a compression of around 70.
What ball replaced the Titleist DT SoLo?
Titleist introduced the DT TruSoft to replace its popular DT SoLo golf ball back in 2016….Titleist DT TruSoft 2018 Golf Ball – Product Details.
|UK Launch||02 October 2017|
|Colour Options||White, Yellow|
What does DT SoLo mean?
Titleist’s DT golf balls have had a following with golfers for decades, going back to the 1940s when DT stood for “Dynamite Thread.” There’s no thread in modern golf balls, of course, but in recent years Titleist’s DT Solo has resonated with golfers wanting a soft-feeling golf ball with well-rounded performance at an …
What is the compression of a Titleist DT Distance golf ball?
The new DT TruSoft has a compression of 60.
What is the compression of a Pro V1?
The three-piece Pro V1 still has a compression around 90 and its 352-dimple cover pattern helps to produce lower-spinning, lower-flying shots off the tee and with long irons. It will feel softer than the dual-core Pro V1x, which has a compression of about 100 and a 328-dimple cover pattern.
What does DT stand for Titleist?
right here on the Titleist website it states that DT stood for “Durable Titleist” …
What does DT stand for on Titleist golf balls?
In case you didn’t know, DT stood for Durable Titleist.
What compression golf ball is best for 90 mph swing speed?
Meanwhile, with swing speeds of 90-95 mph, you should select a golf ball with a compression rating of around 85-100, as that will suit your swing speed much more.