Wilson Staff, the leader in low compression technology since 1997, has been awarded three gold medals in the influential 2015 Golf Digest Hot List for its increasingly popular low compression golf balls.
The highest standard performance awards were attributed by the top US golfing magazine to the established FG Tour ball and the latest DX2 Soft and DX3 Spin golf ball models.
“This marks a major endorsement for all three Wilson Staff golf balls by one of the most respected, independent adjudicators in the golf industry,” said Doug Wright, global business director. “All our trade customers should have even greater confidence in selling them.”
Wilson Staff has been at the forefront of developing low compression golf balls since 1997, when it introduced the famous Staff Titanium ball. Over the past two decades, the brand has continued to revolutionise golf ball technology by using tour player insights and performance data to refine and re-engineer its low compression range.
The new and improved Wilson Staff DX2 Soft leads the industry’s low compression technology count at 29 compression and is 25% softer than its predecessor. This year’s gold medal represents the second time the ball has been recognised by Golf Digest as a top performer. The super-soft 2-piece ball is designed for the distance player looking for less spin off the tee and a softer feel around the green.
The Wilson Staff DX3 Spin is the game’s softest multi-layer ball. The three-piece construction and 35 compression makes it longer and softer than any other ball in its category. Blessed with similar distance and low compression components as the DX2 Soft, the DX3 Spin is designed for the player who wants forgiveness off the tee and more control around the greens.
For the second year in succession, the Wilson Staff FG Tour ball has claimed a coveted gold medal. Designed for better players, the FG Tour ball is the world’s softest four-piece model, with each layer added for optimal performance and a 70 compression.
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