Win a year’s supply of Callaway’s all-new Chrome Soft balls

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Ends May 9, 2018.

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Sergio Garcia and Phil Mickelson flew out of the traps early in 2018, both winning tour events just weeks after putting Callaway’s new Chrome Soft ball in play.

Now we’ve teamed up with Callaway to offer two lucky TG readers the chance to win a year’s supply of them each.

Callaway only unveiled the new Chrome Soft in January, and say every component has been improved thanks to the use of graphene. This wonder material gives massive a strength advantage over the competition, without compromising feel.

Graphene is the strongest yet thinnest material known to man. It weights in at about a seventh of the weight of air, but it’s 200 times stronger than steel.
Callaway’s engineers have used it to create a thinner, lighter “crash helmet” outer core inside the new Chrome Soft. It means they could increase the size of the inner core, adding ball speed, but lowering unwanted spin to improve launch and tighten dispersion.

It means you can expect extra yards, more short game feel and spin as well as improving accuracy as Callaway say softer balls are more forgiving. None of this would have been possible without graphene.

Our two winners can choose either 12 dozen (worth £456) soft feeling and straight flying Chrome Softs or the slightly firmer feeling and more workable Chrome Soft X.

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