Titleist DT TruSoft review

Dt

Titleist have just released their new and improved DT TruSoft, their softest ever golf ball. I got my hands on these low compression balls and put them to the test out on the course.

Let’s get the stared with the tech chat. The R&D team at Titleist have reengineered the new DT TruSoft with a larger, low compression core and proprietary soft cover technology to deliver longer distance with incredibly soft feel on all shots, plus increased short game spin for stopping power on the green.

If you want all the tech details then follow this link ->
Titleist introduce new DT TruSoft

Dsc 0971

My average swing speed with the driver is around the 110mph mark, which means the DT TruSoft is not tailored towards my game. If you swing at around 95mph or below then you are in the category of golfers that will see the true benefits of this incredibly soft, low compression ball. Nevertheless here are my thoughts.

Dt Tru Soft Nameplate

When redesigning the DT TruSoft, Titleist wanted to ensure that not only would this latest version retain the same great level of feel as its predecessor, but also improve upon it. Off the tee and with my irons it felt incredibly soft off the clubface. This is thanks to the new, larger, low compression TruTouch Core.

Read more -> Titleist 718 AP1 review

The new core has also been designed to generate less spin for remarkable distance.  It is great to see that the added bonus of increased distance hasn’t come at the expense of the soft feel.

Dt Core

I was also really impressed by the feel around the greens and impressive level of check and grab this surlyn cover ball offered. Titleist says the new TruFlex cover is the reason behind this very soft feel around the greens and the improved short game performance.

It won’t give you the same kind of feedback and grab that the premium Pro V1 or Pro V1x will, but compared to other balls in the DT TruSoft’s category, it is without a doubt one of the best around the greens.

Dt Tru Soft Side Stamp Yellow

The ball also performed really well in the windy conditions I tested it in. Its advanced aerodynamic dimple design meant that into the breeze it gave a penetrating flight and also held its line well in the strong crosswinds.

The new DT TruSoft is a fantastic option for those with mid to low swing speeds that are looking for added distance, but with impressive short game control and a fantastic of soft feel. At only £23 per dozen they certainly don’t break the bank and you won’t feel quite so disappointed if you happen to fire one OB.

Available: October 2
Price:
£23 per dozen
More info:titleist.co.uk
Twitter:
@TitleistEurope

Share this Article

share-logo
twitter-logo facebook-logo

Latest Videos See all videos right arrow

play button
THE SIMPLE WAY TO FLUSH YOUR IRONS | with Ewen Ferguson
Ewen Ferguson
play button
DO THE TAYLORMADE P790 IRONS LIVE UP TO THE HYPE?
TaylorMade
play button
I TAKE ON THE BEST AMATEUR GOLFER IN SCOTLAND
angus carrick
play button
WHO WOULD USE THIS GOLF CLUB? | TaylorMade 300 Mini Driver review
TaylorMade
See all videos right arrow

Golf News

PXG boss offers staff cash bonus to get COVID vaccine
Women's golf is "neglected" says Gary Player
Dustin Johnson: I want to be US Ryder Cup captain
“I can’t keep playing the way I am” - Jason Day opens up on struggles
US teen cards 57 in high school golf championship

Other Top Stories

Tiger Woods: Inside his $41million Florida mansion
The very best pubs in St Andrews
The Scottish Golf Course Emoji Quiz!
24 lies every bad golfer tells
Doug Sanders: The extraordinary life of golf's original playboy

Quick Fault 'n' Fixes See all videos right arrow

play button
Denis Pugh’s stepping-stone to better golf
Watch
play button
Denis Pugh says, ‘Turn, don’t slide’
Watch
play button
How to hit a fade
Watch
play button
How to improve your takeaway
Callaway
See all videos right arrow