New Callaway Supersoft and Supersoft Max golf balls


Callaway reveal new Supersoft and Supersoft Max golf balls, bringing soft feel and distance to amateur golfers.

Just days after revealing the new ERC Soft golf ball, Callaway have unveiled two more balls for 2021 – Supersoft and Supersoft Max – aimed at the average golfer who wants soft feel in their ball.


 Callaway Supersoft 2021 golf ball

 Callaway Supersoft Max 2021 golf ball

Supersoft has been one of the most popular balls with amateurs for years. The new ball sees a number of significant changes from the the 2019 model, including a new Hybrid Cover made with a Paraloid Impact Modifier from Dow, which Callaway say provides long distance, great spin, outstanding feel and short-game control.

The Callaway Supersoft and Supersoft Max golf balls are available in six colours.

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The Compression Core is engineered to create maximum ball speed along with an excellent combination of high launch and low spin in your longer clubs.

Finally, the Supersoft’s HEX Aerodynamics pattern reduces drag for enhanced launch and optimised trajectory.

Supersoft MAX replaces Supersoft Magna and is designed to provide maximum distance from maximum forgiveness.

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It has an oversized design (three per cent larger than a standard ball), which Callaway say promotes distance, straight ball flight, and super soft characteristics in an easy-to-hit construction that conforms to the rules of golf.

The Callaway Supersoft Max golf ball is 3% larger than the Callaway Supersoft golf ball.

To provide even more distance, the Tri-Blend Ionomer Cover is built for maximum ball speed with high launch and low spin.

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This ball is well suited for developing golfers and higher-handicappers who want to hit the ball further and play with more confidence.

The new Callaway Supersoft and Supersoft Max golf balls are available in white, yellow, green, pink, red and orange. They go on sale on February 4 with an RRP of £22.99 per dozen.

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