Best Low Compression Golf Balls

By Awl Golf
Jan. 08, 2020

A low compression ball helps reduce the amount of lost ball speed on a miss-hit and helps golfers get the most out of each shot they encounter on the course.

It also allows golfers to hit the ball more, which is beneficial for most golfers.

There are some benefits to enjoy when using a low compression ball, and this type of ball also has some drawbacks, and we’ll hurt at those points as well.

Finally, we want to leave you with a clear picture of what kind of performance you can expect when choosing a low compression ball. So let’s see if these golf balls fit well for your needs.

Titleist DT TruSoft Golf Ball

The Titleist DT TruSoft Golf Balls are made with TruTouch Core and TruFlex covers. It is the softest feeling title and offers better distance through short shots at longer shots and less game playability to prevent green power. Available in white and high optic yellow.

DT TruSoft Golf Balls provide an exceptionally soft feel on every shot. Titleist R&D created a new core and cover formulation, which delivers short game playability as well as very short spins in long games for impressive distances.

The DT TruSoft technology results in the best blend of soft compression and consistent performance you expect. You will also be able to see features like the softest compression feel, reliable quality, and consistency.

What We Like

  • Low spin for Longer Distance.
  • Softer feel around the green.
  • Increased short game spin for improved performance.
  • Maximal Distance.

What We Didn’t Like

  • Players above average swing speed are not the right option.

Callaway Supersoft Golf Balls 

These Golf Balls with 38 compressions is one of the softest golf balls on the market. It certainly lives up to its name. When you hit the ball, it is like hitting a pillow. At high swing speeds, it feels a bit meaty, but with a slow swing, it feels great.

The new Supersoft balls are a long, straight distance ball that’s incredibly soft, with an ultra low-compression core for fast ball speeds, and super low spin and low drag. I liked these golf balls, but it has to fit your swing. It isn’t for everyone. If you have a slower swing speed or prefer a softer feeling ball, then this might be the perfect ball for you.

What We Like

  • Combined with multi-colour options.
  • Minimal spin with longer distance.
  • Accurate and straighter ball flights.
  • Ultra-low compression.
  • Super soft and durable.
  • Relatively affordable.

What We Didn’t Like

  • It loses little control around the greens.