New Chrome Soft and Chrome Soft X

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  • AmazinBlueAmazinBlue Members Posts: 1,104 ✭✭
    How the the CS sound off the putter? Does it have click or a thud? Is it a dull sound or.more of a sharper sound? I like the idea of it being soft, hopefully softer than last Year’s. For those that have played it please let me know.
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  • 1Mordrid11Mordrid1 Members Posts: 577 ✭✭
    AmazinBlue wrote:


    How the the CS sound off the putter? Does it have click or a thud? Is it a dull sound or.more of a sharper sound? I like the idea of it being soft, hopefully softer than last Year's. For those that have played it please let me know.




    To me it is more of a thud than a click. The CSX feels similar to the Qstar Tour with a slightly more muted thud. The CS to me is closer in feel and sound to the Bridgestone Tour B RXS. I don't really feel that it is much softer than last years CS off the putter.
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  • SwingBluesSwingBlues We are the Old Dark Navy Blues Members Posts: 3,443 ✭✭
    Played with the CSX yesterday, perfect conditions here in Los Angeles. 75*, little to no breeze,fairways brown and fast. Off the driver, the 18 CSX is an improvement in feel, over the 18 CS, little harder and trajectory a little lower. But it did some crazy weird stuff off the wedge for me (about 95 yard, 52* gap wedge RTX 3.0), ball flew high, drop and then a weird, severe right turn on ground to roll out about 10 yards. WTF. I thought it was the sprinkler head or something but it was not. This happened twice, and once I can chalk it up to a sprinkler (probably) but the second one had none nearby.



    Driving distance was the same as other balls, I didn't have any "wow" moments even when I thought I smashed it. Compared to the 18 CS, my miss off the driver was a little more right. I'll play another round with the 18 CSX but right now, I don't see any benefits of the 18CSX over my regular balls, XV and XT. So far, for me, XT > XV > 18 CSX for driver. 2c
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  • MobMob Just Another Lefty Members Posts: 3,471 ✭✭
    We have a 4 dozen for the price of 3 dozen at our club, so I can get 4 dozen for an average price of $33/dozen. Seems like a pretty good deal and worth trying. I am going to get 2 dozen of each (regular and X) and see which I like better.
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  • nsxguynsxguy Just anudder user FloridaMembers Posts: 5,601 ✭✭
    Mob wrote:


    We have a 4 dozen for the price of 3 dozen at our club, so I can get 4 dozen for an average price of $33/dozen. Seems like a pretty good deal and worth trying. I am going to get 2 dozen of each (regular and X) and see which I like better.




    Those would be the older, '17 CS, and not the new ones, correct ?

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  • MobMob Just Another Lefty Members Posts: 3,471 ✭✭
    New ones
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    Callaway Forged 56 degree wedge and PM19 62 degree wedge
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  • MobMob Just Another Lefty Members Posts: 3,471 ✭✭
    nsxguy wrote:

    Mob wrote:


    We have a 4 dozen for the price of 3 dozen at our club, so I can get 4 dozen for an average price of $33/dozen. Seems like a pretty good deal and worth trying. I am going to get 2 dozen of each (regular and X) and see which I like better.




    Those would be the older, '17 CS, and not the new ones, correct ?




    2018
    Epic Flash Subzero with Synergy Black Proto 60TX shaft vs. Cobra F9 Tour length with Synergy Black Proto 65TX
    Callaway Epic Flash SZ 13.5 degree with GD Tour AD IZ 75 stiff
    Callaway Rogue 2 and 4 hybrid with GD Tour AD IZ 85 stiff hybrid shaft
    TM P790 5-A with Fujikura Pro 95i shaft stiff tour spec
    Callaway Forged 56 degree wedge and PM19 62 degree wedge
    TM Spider X Navy Blue 35 inch with white racing stripe
  • nsxguynsxguy Just anudder user FloridaMembers Posts: 5,601 ✭✭
    edited Feb 26, 2018 #310
    Mob wrote:

    nsxguy wrote:

    Mob wrote:


    We have a 4 dozen for the price of 3 dozen at our club, so I can get 4 dozen for an average price of $33/dozen. Seems like a pretty good deal and worth trying. I am going to get 2 dozen of each (regular and X) and see which I like better.




    Those would be the older, '17 CS, and not the new ones, correct ?




    2018




    Do you work there ?



    Any idea why they'd be selling the new ones 4 for 3 ?



    They're selling the OLD ones for roughly that.



    Haven't even seen the annual ProV1 promotion yet this year.

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  • MobMob Just Another Lefty Members Posts: 3,471 ✭✭
    nsxguy wrote:

    Mob wrote:

    nsxguy wrote:

    Mob wrote:


    We have a 4 dozen for the price of 3 dozen at our club, so I can get 4 dozen for an average price of $33/dozen. Seems like a pretty good deal and worth trying. I am going to get 2 dozen of each (regular and X) and see which I like better.




    Those would be the older, '17 CS, and not the new ones, correct ?








    2018




    Do you work there ?



    Any idea why they'd be selling the new ones 4 for 3 ?



    They're selling the OLD ones for roughly that.



    Haven't even seen the annual ProV1 promotion yet this year.




    Our club pro is a Callaway master staffer and they’ve extended this offer for the first time this year to their master staff for individuals and their clubs.
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    TM P790 5-A with Fujikura Pro 95i shaft stiff tour spec
    Callaway Forged 56 degree wedge and PM19 62 degree wedge
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  • StanksStanks Everything I post is confrontational Members Posts: 1,250 ✭✭
    NEW CS Truvis is good
  • winnddyywinnddyy Members Posts: 126 ✭✭
    I was at the PGA Tour SS store yesterday after my round to have a Golf Ball fitting done. I spent about 1 hour hitting many balls of different brands. I am a 55 yr young, 8.4 handicapper with a slow/smooth swing. I had been playing ProV for years but switched to Tour Soft few weeks ago. I hit many balls with my gamers (driver, 8 iron and SW) and the top 3 overall ball results:



    Q Star Tour and Titleist ProV provided the same result (spin, overall distance). Titleist Tour Soft gave me about 5 yds more on the driver but a little less spin with the SW, as expected. Middle irons are the same for all three balls. I got about 2200-2600 for all three ball on the driver spin.



    I wanted to try the 2018 CS but since it was just released, it was not part of the PGA SS so called "Test-Ball Box". I went ahead and purchased a box of 2018 CS and used one as test ball. At this time, I was somewhat tired after playing 18 holes earlier and hitting balls for about an hours; but the result was astounding (compared to the Q Star, ProV and Tour Soft):

    Driver: gained 9 yds average, on overall carry and total distance with spin about 2200-2400 and 2MPH ball-speed increase.

    Iron: Average of 3 yds distance increase

    SW: similar spins to the other 3 balls above



    Cant wait to test it out on the course this Friday. Kudos to Mr. Ty at PGA Tour SS (in Plano, TX) for spending an hour patiently fitting me with the best ball.
  • Gary GutfulGary Gutful Members Posts: 1,170 ✭✭
    When it sounds too good to be true...
  • StanksStanks Everything I post is confrontational Members Posts: 1,250 ✭✭
    It's good. It's not like ground breaking absurdly amazing like the TP5 or Nike Platinum / Black Tours. it is good though. Better than previous model.
  • short gameshort game Members Posts: 292
    played a few holes with the new CS Truvis. Is it me or is this ball "not soft"? Doesn't feel like the old CS at all. Much firmer off of the club.



    i kind of liked the old feel better.
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  • RedWolfWayRedWolfWay Members Posts: 44 ✭✭
    The Chrome Soft line is a super ball, and every bit as good as the Pro V1 line (longer too, IMO). Chrome Soft line is such a step up for Callaway from previous lines, IMO the Speed Regime line was so poor I was hesitant to even try the Chrome Soft ball this past year... but here we are.



    With the raving they had from the year before, they didn't need to raise prices on the '18 line, as I believe their following from the year before would have continued to ding Titleist and the other premium balls. Price hike will hurt for sure.



    Overall, still a great ball and happy they are back in the game in terms of balls. Titleist isn't the dominating force they once were with the CS rave.
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  • SwingBluesSwingBlues We are the Old Dark Navy Blues Members Posts: 3,443 ✭✭
    My second round with the CSX was again, nothing spectacular with the ball. It confirmed what I thought from my 1st round, the CSX is soft but distance wise it was no better than my XV or XT balls. Based on my driving and the landing spots, I think both XV & XT balls are longer off the driver. Spin wise and softness, the CSX is king though. For me, this is not what I was after.



    Given the price point, I think I will pass on the CSX balls in favor of the other X balls in my bag.
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    Nike Engage Toe Sweep 56* wedge
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  • BottleCapBottleCap Members Posts: 1,329 ✭✭
    This is a nice ball, don't know if I like the Chrome Soft or the Titleist Tour Soft better. Both are excellent
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  • c50soonerc50sooner Members Posts: 82 ✭✭
    Chipped and putted with a sleeve of '18 CS and CSX today. Was not a fan of the CSX off the putter last year, so was anxious to compare these on the practice green. '18 CSX definitely feels better off the putter face than last year's model in my opinion. In fact it wasn't obvious to me which ball type I was putting today which says a lot for the X, whereas with the previous models the difference was obvious. Still prefer to putt the CS, but could play either. Chipping, both balls spun plenty to put brakes on, CS definitely noticeably softer feeling off the wedge. Anxious to see how they spin on full shots, which is the only reason I'm considering the X (want more spin).
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  • MorryMorry Members Posts: 829 ✭✭
    c50sooner wrote:


    Chipped and putted with a sleeve of '18 CS and CSX today. Was not a fan of the CSX off the putter last year, so was anxious to compare these on the practice green. '18 CSX definitely feels better off the putter face than last year's model in my opinion. In fact it wasn't obvious to me which ball type I was putting today which says a lot for the X, whereas with the previous models the difference was obvious. Still prefer to putt the CS, but could play either. Chipping, both balls spun plenty to put brakes on, CS definitely noticeably softer feeling off the wedge. Anxious to see how they spin on full shots, which is the only reason I'm considering the X (want more spin).


    interested in how you find the full shots
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  • addageaddage Members Posts: 206 ✭✭
    Played 3-4 rounds with the 2018 CSX. A very good ball, but nothing to me stood out over the regular Pro V1, which I’ve been playing since it was released last year. One big negative I noticed in my testing is the very poor durability. Significant cover damage after one well struck wedge shot. Lots of sand grains get stuck in the cover. CSX definitely is much less durable than the Pro V. Since there was no signifcant performance gain, I’m sticking with Pro V.
  • nsxguynsxguy Just anudder user FloridaMembers Posts: 5,601 ✭✭
    addage wrote:


    Played 3-4 rounds with the 2018 CSX. A very good ball, but nothing to me stood out over the regular Pro V1, which I’ve been playing since it was released last year. One big negative I noticed in my testing is the very poor durability. Significant cover damage after one well struck wedge shot. Lots of sand grains get stuck in the cover. CSX definitely is much less durable than the Pro V. Since there was no signifcant performance gain, I’m sticking with Pro V.




    Haven't had a chance to try the '18 yet but the '17 (regular, not X) is extremely durable. How hard do you hit your wedge ? I haven't shredded, or caused any damage to the cover on a golf ball with a wedge since those 10(?) year old Callaway "Jaws"(?) wedges.



    Not only are the '17s very durable but I use the Yellow Truvis and when they get just a minor scuff on them, which with a white ball would cause it to go in the shag bag after the round, the Yellow Truvis doesn't hardly even show a scuff mark and IT goes right back into the ball pocket of my bag after the round. Get an easy 36 holes of of one before I retire it.



    When I played regular white balls, 1 round and done.



    Will be interested to try the new ones in a few weeks.

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    erock9174 wrote:



    does graphene help that much? can i put some in my wifes coffee




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    thanks man, u should try it. Has done wonders, every morning i wake up to breakfast in bed, then she insists I play golf every day and then rubs my aching back when i get home.
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  • addageaddage Members Posts: 206 ✭✭
    nsxguy wrote:

    addage wrote:


    Played 3-4 rounds with the 2018 CSX. A very good ball, but nothing to me stood out over the regular Pro V1, which I’ve been playing since it was released last year. One big negative I noticed in my testing is the very poor durability. Significant cover damage after one well struck wedge shot. Lots of sand grains get stuck in the cover. CSX definitely is much less durable than the Pro V. Since there was no signifcant performance gain, I’m sticking with Pro V.




    Haven't had a chance to try the '18 yet but the '17 (regular, not X) is extremely durable. How hard do you hit your wedge ? I haven't shredded, or caused any damage to the cover on a golf ball with a wedge since those 10(?) year old Callaway "Jaws"(?) wedges.



    Not only are the '17s very durable but I use the Yellow Truvis and when they get just a minor scuff on them, which with a white ball would cause it to go in the shag bag after the round, the Yellow Truvis doesn't hardly even show a scuff mark and IT goes right back into the ball pocket of my bag after the round. Get an easy 36 holes of of one before I retire it.



    When I played regular white balls, 1 round and done.



    Will be interested to try the new ones in a few weeks.




    I tend to pinch my wedges pretty hard. I just got new MD4s, which might have something to do with it. But the 18 CSX also fails the bark and cart path tests compared to the Pro V1.
  • nsxguynsxguy Just anudder user FloridaMembers Posts: 5,601 ✭✭
    addage wrote:

    nsxguy wrote:

    addage wrote:


    Played 3-4 rounds with the 2018 CSX. A very good ball, but nothing to me stood out over the regular Pro V1, which I’ve been playing since it was released last year. One big negative I noticed in my testing is the very poor durability. Significant cover damage after one well struck wedge shot. Lots of sand grains get stuck in the cover. CSX definitely is much less durable than the Pro V. Since there was no signifcant performance gain, I’m sticking with Pro V.




    Haven't had a chance to try the '18 yet but the '17 (regular, not X) is extremely durable. How hard do you hit your wedge ? I haven't shredded, or caused any damage to the cover on a golf ball with a wedge since those 10(?) year old Callaway "Jaws"(?) wedges.



    Not only are the '17s very durable but I use the Yellow Truvis and when they get just a minor scuff on them, which with a white ball would cause it to go in the shag bag after the round, the Yellow Truvis doesn't hardly even show a scuff mark and IT goes right back into the ball pocket of my bag after the round. Get an easy 36 holes of of one before I retire it.



    When I played regular white balls, 1 round and done.



    Will be interested to try the new ones in a few weeks.




    I tend to pinch my wedges pretty hard. I just got new MD4s, which might have something to do with it. But the 18 CSX also fails the bark and cart path tests compared to the Pro V1.




    The "bark test". image/cheesy.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':cheesy:' />



    Funny you mention that - just today I hit a drive in the tree line and tried to punch a low 5 iron. Caught it very solidly and hit a tree smack in the middle and the ball ended up behind me. Checked it out after the hole and the wasn't a mark on it. ('17 CS). image/dntknw.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':dntknw:' />

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  • MorryMorry Members Posts: 829 ✭✭
    Tested csX vs. my XV regular ball and the tp5



    off the tee, csx seemed as long as the xv and straighter with nice flight - tp5 seemed to drop out of sky and was shorter

    irons - csx and tp5 much better spin and feel than xv in my mind

    around and on green - csx better spin off wedge and feel off putter in between tp5 and xv - goldilocks in my mind



    really impressed with this 2018 csX

    Leaning towards replacing xv in my bag this year

    tp5 is out (didn't like the tp5x either - inconsistent flight and control for me)



    more testing, but it hits all the right notes for me so far
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  • LondonerLondoner Members Posts: 1,167 ✭✭
    edited Mar 14, 2018 #328
    Has anybody said what the Graphene is supposed to do? Hard to cost as its dependent on its state etc. But theres not going to be too much in each ball.
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  • bcflyguy1bcflyguy1 Enjoying my coffee... Members Posts: 3,014 ✭✭
    Londoner wrote:


    Has anybody said what the Graphene is supposed to do? Hard to cost as its dependent on its state etc. But theres not going to be too much in each ball.




    Graphene is in the outer core layer which lightens it without it losing resiliency. That allows for a larger inner core with more mass closer to the center of the ball, which in theory leads to greater spin seperation from long clubs to short ones.



    That's my understanding of it, anyway. Think there are some videos on Callaway's web page that go into greater detail.
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  • LondonerLondoner Members Posts: 1,167 ✭✭
    bcflyguy1 wrote:

    Londoner wrote:


    Has anybody said what the Graphene is supposed to do? Hard to cost as its dependent on its state etc. But theres not going to be too much in each ball.




    Graphene is in the outer core layer which lightens it without it losing resiliency. That allows for a larger inner core with more mass closer to the center of the ball, which in theory leads to greater spin seperation from long clubs to short ones.



    That's my understanding of it, anyway. Think there are some videos on Callaway's web page that go into greater detail.


    Thanks, i will have a look.
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  • RonnieoRonnieo Members Posts: 87 ✭✭
    edited Mar 15, 2018 #331
    I was playing last years CS and liked the performance, haven't tried the new CS I am even more of a fan. It's comes of the driver great but I am happier with the feel around the greens. I would recommend giving it a try and if you are worried about the price Callaway are doing a 4 for 3 deal at the moment.
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