Callaway Chrome Soft X LS golf ball

The Chrome Soft X, a four-piece ball with a urethane cover, is the most-played Callaway ball on the PGA Tour, offering for max distance, with Tour-level short game control, and it was the inspiration for the Chrome Soft X LS.

Carlsbad. CA – Get ready to tee up the new Chrome Soft X LS Golf Ball from Callaway. It promotes low spin for max distance, with Tour-level short game control, and expands the popular Chrome Soft Golf Ball lineup.

This new golf ball is especially suited for better players who want to “bomb it” off the tee, with a tremendous combination of long-distance and a straight ball flight from their longer clubs. It’s a 4-piece, single-core construction that’s engineered to increase speed through a SoftFast Core, a Dual Mantle System, and a refined urethane cover. The high-speed core design is significantly larger to create more distance through the bag, and it works with the mantle system to deliver high resilience and speed.

Chrome Soft X LS also promotes maximum greenside control from the thin proprietary urethane cover for high spin, low launch, and excellent feel in your scoring clubs. Marc Leishman and Wesley Bryan are already using this ball on the PGA Tour, while players on the LPGA, European, and Korn Ferry Tours are using it in competition as well. The Chrome Soft X LS will be available on March 18 at a retail price of $47.99 per dozen.

Chrome Soft Family
Callaway believes that their Chrome Soft family isn’t just better, it’s better for everyone. It includes Chrome Soft, the Company’s #1 selling Tour ball with incredible distance, soft feel, and short game control. Chrome Soft X is their #1 Ball on Tour for players like Jon Rahm, Xander Schauffele, and Phil Mickelson. And Chrome Soft X LS is a tremendous offering for low-handicap players who want to hit their longest, straightest drives and attack the pin.

You can visit to learn more about the Chrome Soft family, and find out which of these models is best suited for your game.

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Howard Flanagan

Howard's love for the game started when he was 9, growing up in the Mid-Hudson Valley of New York State. Unfortunately for him he was left-handed and the only clubs in his parent's household were right-handed, so he had to learn the game from a different perspective. Throughout his golfing life Howard has been a member at several private clubs around the U.S. and in the Caribbean, but really enjoys the game when it is played on an unheralded muni course, just about anywhere.

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