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The inner core has been reformulated and its size has been increased to create extra speed off the face for added distance. The middle layer has been made thinner for…
A three-piece design that produces longer drives as a result of this ‘D’ model doesn’t have an inner cover, which brings the core into play more, helping the ball to…
Nike’s four-piece offering has a firmer cover tyhan previous models, which reduces spin from the tee for increased distance. A ‘Power Transfer Layer’ under the cover brings the inner mantles…
A slightly thicker mantle layer and firmer cover than the Tour i. This helps give added distance on the long shots and control on high-spinning pitch shots. The cover design…
A soft-outer core formulation and cover help to increase short-game spin and feel. Meanwhile, a hard-inner core and thin-mantle layer combine to reduce driver spin. The cover is a hexagonal…