Callaway has a Ryder Cup-themed golf ball for whichever side of the biennial matches you stand, with American and European branded versions of its Chrome Soft X balls being released for the first time.
On the heels of success around its USA Stars and Stripes Chrome Soft X Truvis golf ball last year, the European Truvis joins the line—featuring the European-themed blue, yellow and white design. The Callaway Chrome Soft and Chrome Soft X are multilayer urethane cover balls that feature a dual core with characteristics focused on low spin with the driver and high spin on short game shots.
The balls use a material called graphene, a one-atom thick nanoparticle used by Callaway. The graphene is used in the outer core layer to increase the difference in compression between the outer core and the inner core.
The company's Truvis pattern seen with these Ryder Cup balls features pentagon-shaped color swatches distributed all over the cover in soccer-ball fashion, designed to improve a player's view of the ball. And the USA vs. European color schemes are bound to get people pumped over the upcoming matches at Le Golf National outside Paris, France.
For more info on the USA and European versions of the Callaway Chrome Soft X, click here.