Question: Which TP5 Ball Should I Use?

Should I use TP5 or TP5x?

The biggest difference between the TP5 and TP5X is the softness of the exterior.

The TP5 golf ball has a soft cast urethane cover, and the TP5X has a slightly stiffer cast urethane cover.

You’ll get a much more powerful trajectory and more distance with the TP5X than you would with the TP5..

What Ball does Rory McIlroy use?

TaylorMade TP5X ballRory plays the new 2021 TaylorMade TP5X ball, a firmer compression ball that complements his high swing speed but still provides plenty of feel around the greens.

Which TaylorMade ball spins the most?

TP5x is the fastest and longest ball in the current TaylorMade line-up, with a firmer feel and higher launch on iron shots. In addition, it has more greenside spin than the prior generation with a new and softer cast urethane cover.

Are Pro V1 practice balls the same?

Pro V1 Practice golf balls are conforming products that differ only due to a cosmetic blemish such as paint, ink or registration of stamping. Pro V1 Practice golf balls do not have any construction or performance deficiencies.

What swing speed is needed for TP5?

80-90 mphWho should play with the Taylormade TP5? The TP5 with its mid compression of 85 is ideal for players with an average swing speed (80-90 mph) that are looking for and can benefit from the performance of a premium golf ball.

Should I get ProV1 or ProV1x?

The Pro V1 is designed to produce a more penetrating ball flight and descends at a shallower angle ultimately leading to more roll. The Pro V1x on the other hand launches higher and falls out of the air at much steeper angles of attack.

Which ball is longer TP5 or TP5x?

Both models feature a new Tour Flight Dimple design. The TP5 is faster and longer while the TP5x produces more greenside spin (relative to previous models – now $39.99).

What is the difference between TP5 and TP5 practice balls?

While both deliver significant distance off the tee, the TP5 has a softer feel (85 compression), launches lower on iron shots and has more spin around the greens. While the TP5x has a firmer feel (97 compression) and will generate higher launching iron shots.

Is TP5 a good ball?

TaylorMade TP5 – Compression That’s basically the same as the Titleist Pro V1. Compared to the ball market as a whole, it’s solidly in the firm category. By Tour standards, it’s in the top handful of softest balls likely to be in play each week.

What pros use TP5x?

To celebrate the incredible success of the world’s most complete tour ball, TaylorMade’s new ‘Athlete Edition’ pack gives golfers the chance to play the exact balls used on tour by their favourite players, including the choice of Rickie Fowler, Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy and Jon Rahm.