Callaway Chrome Soft X LS Triple Track Golf Balls
The Chrome Soft X LS brings players the distance and speed expected from the Chrome Soft X, with a fine-tuned lower spin profile. The X LS is well suited for players who want straighter ball flight and increase distance off the tee. With its 4-piece, single core construction, the Chrome Soft X LS utilizes a proprietary SoftFast Core featuring an advanced inner core diameter, a Dual Mantle System, and a refined urethane cover. The X LS is a golf ball that promotes maximum control on the green through high spin, low launch, and excellent feel, for players who want to hit longer, straighter drives and attack the pin.
Triple Track Alignment Technology Triple Track Alignment technology makes it easier to align to your designated target on the green. 88% of players tested showed an improvement in putter alignment while using a Callaway Triple Track ball.
SoftFast Core Speed and Distance The SoftFast Core is designed to promote higher ball speed and more distance by working alongside the mantle system to deliver a more resilient experience.
Dual Mantle System The Dual Mantle System is specifically designed to increase distance through its soft inner mantle and resilient firm outer mantle working together to generate faster ball speeds and consistent spin.
Spin Control Using a thin proprietary urethane cover, the Chrome Soft X LS is built to increase ball speed and lessen spin on full shots, as well as maintaining a low launch, high spin, and maximum control around the green.
Optimized Aero Design The Chrome Soft X LS is equipped with an aerodynamic design that reduces drag while in flight. The penetrating ball flight allows for lower spin characteristics off the tee providing maximum distance out of each shot.
Callaway Golf is an American global sporting goods company that designs, manufactures, markets and sells golf equipment, golf accessories and golf lifestyle-related products in more than 70 countries worldwide. The American company, based in Carlsbad, California, is the world's largest manufacturer of golf clubs.