TAYLORMADE Golf have launched the second generation of golf balls that come with “pix” graphics and are now available in both the TP5 and TP5x models.
Crafted with revolutionary visual technology, the golf balls have been developed in conjunction with Rickie Fowler, a player who has long been recognised as one of the best putters on the US PGA Tour.
TaylorMade teamed with Fowler to develop a golf ball that reflects his swagger and meets the performance demands of competing at the
“The pix graphics give you a precise focal point to work with. When we started developing the design, one of my first comments was if we didn’t have the full TaylorMade logo in two places, we would have space to create a path that works for alignment and feedback, ” said Fowler.
Like many golfers, he prefers to draw a line on his golf ball to help him align putts on the green.
Inspired by Fowler’s insights, a uniquely positioned single TaylorMade logo and aligned with the TP5/TP5x stamp to form a natural pathway through the centre of the ball was achieved. Strategically placed multi-colour graphics frame the logo and stamp to form the company’s new ClearPath Alignment – the feature of the new pix golf ball.
ClearPath not only helps with alignment, but also provides feedback on the quality of the roll.
The TP5 and TP5x models feature TaylorMade’s proprietary 5-layer construction that achieves enhanced speed while still offering complete
The Tri-Fast Core in the ball consists of an extra-large, low-compression inner core (16 compression in TP5 and 25 compression in TP5x) and a progressively stiffer outer core and mantle.
The Dual-Spin Cover boasts an ultra-soft cast urethane cover and a 30% more rigid inner cover. This creates a condition that is ideal for greenside control, as the rigid inner cover forces the soft urethane cover into wedge grooves for maximum spin.
The TP5 and TP5x pix carry a suggested retail price of RM255 per dozen.