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Srixon Introduces the 13th Generation of SOFT FEEL


Contributor’s Note: In the latest news from Srixon (Dunlop Sports Americas) the announcement of its 13th generation SOFT FEEL golf ball.

When it came to the 12th generation of this golf ball I took the time to purchase, test, and review it. While the full review can be seen here, I can break it down into a brief summary. At the root of what it truly is (a low-compression distance golf ball) it was a decent golf ball. Srixon touted good greenside spin however, I found that this came with a huge asterisk.

If the greens were soft and receptive then, sure, the spin was alright. If the greens were quick and firm I found that the spin lacked severely. On too many occasions a great execution of a greenside chip or pitch resulted in a disastrous result often releasing well past the hole.

The distance was good and the feel was fantastic for those that prefer a softer feeling golf ball at a consumer-conscious price point.

See below for information on the latest generation of the Srixon Soft Feel.

Srixon Announces New Generation of SOFT FEEL

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif., Jan. 16, 2023 – SRIXON®, a global leader in golf ball technology and innovation, is set to launch the latest edition of SOFT FEEL golf balls Feb. 16 in North America.

 Srixon’s SOFT FEEL provides golfers comfortable feel at impact and confidence at address. Equipped with a premium FastLayer Core, Speed Dimple Pattern and a soft, thin cover for enhanced greenside spin, SOFT FEEL delivers impressive ball speeds while balancing distance and feel.

“The consistent love for the SOFT FEEL has been tremendous and with each generation, this being our 13th, we’ve tried to incorporate new ways of providing golfers a softer feel that’s unmatched in a low-compression option,” said Amelia DeLazzer, Product Manager at Srixon. “This is one of our softest FastLayer Cores to date. It’s a core that is soft in the center and firms up on the outside giving golfers equal parts distance and feel.”

Added core resiliency also plays a key factor in the SOFT FEEL. The FastLayer Core snaps back into shape more quickly after impact, delivering more ball speed, and reducing unintended long game sidespin.

For more information on the latest SOFT FEEL offering, please click here.



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Alexander Toth came to love golf in a very surprising way. After a car accident left him immobile, he fought and recovered to resume work as a security officer. Then, one morning after a midnight shift he saw Arnold Palmer walking outside of a hotel. They would talk for several minutes. Instead of going home it was at this point that he bought his first set of clubs. Golf was formally introduced to him. Since that chance meeting, Alexander has been immersed in golf. For him, it's more than a game, sport, or a career. It's a passion! Alexander has worked in the golf industry first as a Marshall, an Associate Professional, an Assistant Manager, and finally a Director of Golf. He's also competed on "Developmental Tours” and U.S. Open qualifying and takes great enjoyment teaching golfers. Both instructional and educational. For the past decade, Alexander has written about anything that has to do with golf. From editorials to golf equipment reviews. Reviews that are genuine because, as he says "Honest and unbiased should go without saying". When Alexander isn’t writing about or playing golf, he can be found with his Black Labrador (Muskoka) at his side, on a stream fly fishing, or playing his 12-string guitar. Alexander is looking forward to sharing his thoughts and insights with the Golfing Magazine community.

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