2021 Callaway Supersoft Golf Balls , Green Sports & Outdoors

(10 customer reviews)

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Supersoft has been one of the most popular golf balls for years, and we’ve combined incredible cover, core and flight technologies to make it even better. The new Hybrid Cover features an innovative PARALOID Impact Modifier made by DOW Chemical. This multi-material construction allows for an incredible combination of fast ball speeds from high launch and low spin, soft feel, and excellent greenside control. The High Speed Soft Compression Core maximizes energy transfer to increase ball speeds, while also promoting high launch and low spin in your longer clubs for more distance. HEX Aerodynamics is optimized to reduce drag and enhance lift for increased carry and higher flight.

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2021 Callaway Supersoft Golf Balls , Green Sports & Outdoors

2021 Callaway Supersoft Golf Balls , Green Sports & Outdoors
2021 Callaway Supersoft Golf Balls, Green Sports & Outdoors

 

2021 Callaway Supersoft Golf Balls, Green Sports & Outdoors

 

 

 

Additional information

Item Package Dimensions L x W x H

‎7.48 x 5.47 x 1.85 inches

Package Weight

‎0.64 Kilograms

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎6 x 7 x 2 inches

Item Weight

‎1.4 Pounds

Brand Name

‎Callaway

Warranty Description

‎2 year manufacturer

Model Name

‎SUPERSOFT MATTE

Color

‎Green

Material

‎Rubber

Suggested Users

‎Mens

Manufacturer

‎Callaway

Part Number

‎642845812

Model Year

‎2021

Included Components

‎Golf Ball Dozen

Size

‎One Size

Sport Type

‎Golf

ASIN

B08TF3PT4N

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4.8 out of 5 stars

15,966 ratings
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4.8 out of 5 stars

Best Sellers Rank

#11 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #1 in Standard Golf Balls

Date First Available

February 2, 2021

10 reviews for 2021 Callaway Supersoft Golf Balls , Green Sports & Outdoors

  1. Jerry Adams

    What can I say? Their golf balls. Don’t always go where I want them to, but it’s not the balls fault. LOL

  2. Honest Reviewer

    NEW GOLFER – PURCHASED THE MATTE GREENWanted to start of by stating that I’m a new golfer so I do not know much about these Golf balls other than that they served their purpose. The moment I took one out and placed it on the grass, you could spot the ball yards away. There were some instances where I thought I had lost the ball, but thanks to the green color I was able to find it in the brush. They fly and roll pretty well, but the main reason I would continue to use these is so that I do not lose them.If you are looking for a Golf Ball that will not disappear when you play this is the ball to use.

  3. E. A. Jacques

    I been on the hunt for a ball I can call my own and something in the under $30 bracket. I have played Callaway balls in the past and this one had me intrigued. After watching a few reviews on You Tube and reading a few Amazon reviews I decided to give these a try.I have tried most of the brand names around that price point and a few others like Seed and Cut. The one I have sort of settled on is the Titleist Tru Feel. It has the soft feel and sound I like and the price is right – but I don’t love it. The Cut Matte (in the same orange) has a good feel and a similar outer covering to the Supersoft, but the price point is a bit high, especially if you include the shipping fees, so replacing all my current balls would be costly – plus I don’t love it.As I understand it a lot of higher end premium balls are made to be higher compression with a harder outer cover, that do not over spin when hit with woods and irons, but still have good spin characteristics around the green with higher spin rates. But that hard outer cover also accounts for the clipping sound they tend to make which I am not a fan of. Plus that sound resonates through the club too so the feel is not as soft – at least to me anyway. You can just drop them on a concrete surface and clearly hear the difference – which is my first test when looking at golf balls. The aforementioned Tru Feel has a nice soft feel and sound that I like, so for all practical purposes it is my main ball, and I have a lot of them, but like I said I do not love it and I want to love my golf balls. Well the Callaway Supersoft might just warrant me making one last a change.Before I go into my test results of the Supersoft a short disclaimer; right now I am not able to take full swings (doctor’s orders) due to a pinched nerve in my neck, so my comments in this review are based on what I have experienced whilst putting and chipping (out to ~60 yards) in my yard and at the range. That said, how a ball performs when chipping and pitching is my main area of focus when I evaluate golf balls. I have never gotten significantly more distance from one ball or another so it is not a factor for me. Now if I do end up seeing some distance gains with a full iron swing, as some other reviewer around my age (66) have noted, I will update this review.The Supersoft has a very soft rubbery outer shell – which might put some golfers off immediately. It is a very soft feel in the hands and translates to a similar feel off the club face…which I really like. On the downside, it is more prone to holding onto dirt and smudges than the smooth surface most other golf balls have. It does not appear to be more prone to nicks or slices, but to be honest, I have never damaged a golf ball when hitting it, so I don’t really factor that in. Along with the soft feel, the sound the ball makes when chipping is a very gratifying thunk. Edging out the Tru Feel and all others I have tried. I use a chipper around the greens and the ball comes off that club real nice with a consistent roll. So far in my testing it outperforms the Tru Feel in this regard – which is a huge plus.On the greens the ball rolls true, which one would expect, but it does appear to need a little more putter speed to have the ball travel the same distance as a smooth covered ball…and it slows down a bit quicker as well. Someone else had mentioned this in a review and I found it hard to believe, but it appears to be correct. Nothing extreme, but it takes a little more of a wack for sure. For me this is a good thing though. I tend to leave balls short so it makes me give it a little more, which works out well since it seems to slow more too – strikes a good balance for me. Again beating out the Tru Feel.The other plus is the orange color. I have used yellow for some time, but chose the orange when testing the Cut Matte and really started to like it. It’s easier for me to see in flight and when looking for a ball on or off the fairway. You guessed it….the Tru Feel does not come in orange.I am not at the point yet where I will go out and buy three dozen more golf balls to replace all the Tru Feel balls I have, but I have not been as impressed with a golf ball until the Supersoft. I am a big believer in having only one brand of ball in my golf bag. My short game is good enough that having a consistent feel when the ball is struck or rolls when it hits the green, is important to me – one less intangible IMO. It will definitely come down to one of the two and I suspect the Callaway Supersoft will be the ball I fall in love with.The price is right so give them a try and decide for yourself. It will likely be the most unique golf ball experience you have even had.

  4. Ronald S.

    As you get older your swing speed naturally decreases. These balls are very soft and have a great feel around the green which is great for us older golfers.

  5. Kinja

    Soft coating that actually feels sticky which helps with accurate drives.

  6. DC

    Love the Yellows because they’re the most visible in flight and on the fairways and oh yes in the rough. And the Supersofts end up 15 to 20 yards farther than any other brand using my woods and irons. But the yellows are sticky and white balls in the same golf bag pocket will turn yellow. Not exactly a negative but just something to be aware of.

  7. dan cohen

    You can’t really pay any attention to manufacturer’s claims when it comes to golf balls. They all say they’re faster, longer, and have great greenside control. I’m 47 and a 4 Handicap at the moment, playing from the regular men’s tees. My driver swing speed is around 92-95 mph, creeping down to the high 80s when the back is acting up. In other words, exactly at the average male swing speed with driver. This usually means roughly 205-215 carry with a decent strike, and totals that range widely from 210 to 245. At this speed and below, golf balls go pretty much the same distance with the driver. The only distance gains I’ve had in golf (or seen anyone else have) have been through improving technique. Unless you’re playing a 15-year old driver. In which case you should really get one of these new drivers, because they are amazing.Low-compression surlyn golf balls like the Supersoft spin less and they go a little straighter and carry further with IRONS. Again: at 93 mph and down, all golf balls go pretty much the same distance with driver. Given the standard deviation in most tests – it’s a wash. You will not see a benefit from a firm, fast ball until you’re pushing 100 mph and up. The ball speed might be slightly higher for us with firmer balls, but at 90 mph, that TP5x is not carrying further off the tee. What it WILL do is come up 5-7 yards short with your irons. But with driver – all the same. All the time in reviews I see people writing, “I picked up 10-20 yards when I switched to such-and-such ball!” No. They did not. These people are either lying, or delusional, or have highly selective memories.Basically, the fast swinger has a conundrum: he (or she – looking at you, Jessica Korda) wants a ball that spins super low with driver, then spins a reasonable amount with mid-irons without flying too high, and is SUPER spinny around the greens. This means a three, four, or five-piece ball that’s expensive and difficult to engineer and manufacture, and one with an expensive cast urethane cover. Fortunately for them, many of these people are pros and don’t have to pay for golf balls.All the SLOW swinger needs, on the other hand, is a ball that is low-spinning and high flying on pretty much every shot. We want low spin with driver for carry and roll. We want low spin with irons to get more carry. Also, the average slicer (we’ll call it a fade) is already ADDING too much spin to their iron shots, making them go offline and end up short. And around the greens? Nope, we really don’t need spin there either. We need to be bumping and running and getting the ball close by controlling trajectory. And stop hitting flop shots from three feet off the green and trying to carry everything right to the flag. For the love of God, I beg you, sell that 60º wedge and learn to use a pitching wedge and a putter around the greens.And the good news is that such a ball is not only cheap to design and produce, it’s also more consistent from ball to ball. I’ve played the Supersoft for about a year, and I know what it’s going to do. No surprises. This new ball feels the same and the performance is the same through the bag. And it feels really good. I’ll play a Prov1 or a TP5 from time to time, and they feel just fine. But the “X” tour balls feel like rocks to me. Unless I hit it in the middle. Every ball is soft when you hit the middle.I’d like to dispel another common myth that gets passed around. Ionomer/Surlyn balls are NOT more durable than urethane balls. The ionomer used for golf ball covers is hard. When it gets scuffed, it gets scuffed badly. And it stays scuffed. Because urethane is softer and more resilient, it absorbs a lot of the impact from trees, wedges with new grooves, and even cart paths. I’ve had urethane balls that hit a cart path HARD and I could barely tell where it had hit. But then they really ought to be durable for $48 a dozen.So in a nutshell, the new Supersoft feels great, does what it’s supposed to do, and it’s cheap. And I think the new logo/alignment graphic looks pretty cool.

  8. floyd stark

    Great ball, only drawback is they are not super long.. they go where I hit them, very little draw or fade, hit any height you want, high or stingers.. they do hold the greens but do not spin back.. I have moved from 86-88 and now shooting 78-80… great for chipping and they do check up.

  9. Caro Crow

    For the price it’s a good ball, feel and sound are what I’m lookin for, just as far as anything else I’ve hit if not longer. Think I found a go to ball

  10. Kindle Customer

    This is a great ball for older slower swinging golfers. It is economical and is hard to damage, too.

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