Wilson Staff goes into the new 2017 season with a low compression golf ball designed for every category of golfer featuring the DX2 Soft, the DX3 Spin and the DX3 Urethane.

The DX2 Soft golf ball – credited as the world’s softest ball with its ground-breaking 29 compression - is designed for the Distance player seeking less spin off the tee and soft feel around the greens. The 2-piece construction, first delivered in 2008, delivers the lowest driver spin rate on the market to aid accuracy off the tee while the 302 dimple pattern produces a consistent ball flight and its firm cover generates a higher trajectory to benefit long approaches to the green.

The 35 compression DX3 Spin golf ball, regarded as the softest multilayer ball, incorporates similar distance and soft feel characteristics as the DX2 Soft, but with the added benefit of more greenside control and spin.

Designed for the Crossover player who prefers a soft feel and low driver spin, the 3-piece construction adds an inner-cover made from a soft DuPont HPF material that increases spin on mid-to-short irons and offers greater protection on the outside to enhance distance.


Completing the Wilson Staff ball family is the DX3 Urethane. Seen as the softest Urethane ball on the market and created for the Feel player, the 55 compression ball, delivers a softer feel, while still providing exceptional distance, plus Tour performance spin and ultimate feel around the greens.

The new Wilson Staff DX family of balls are available now at the following RRP’s:

DX2 Soft (White, Yellow and Women’s) - £19.99 DX3 Spin (White) - £24.99 DX3 Urethane (White) - £29.99 per dozen

For more information the Wilson Staff low compression golf ball range, as well as clubs, bags and accessories, go to www.wilsonstaff.com 

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