I have both the Callway Chrome Soft X and the Titleist ProV1x. I am going for 2 rounds in the Bandon Dunes courses next week and wonder if the community has suggestions about the best wind balls to hit in gusty coastal links type golf?
@Caseyj15 One of my bucket list courses to visit. Enjoy your rounds there.
As they say, when its breezy, swing easy. Just play the ball back in your stance, swing easy and keep the ball flight low, and take an extra club or two. That will make more of a difference playing in the wind than changing balls.
@tanker8754 you nailed it I play a links course here in Canada and that is how we play when the winds pick up. Learn the long bump and run keep it out of the wind they have a great practise facility there .The ball will roll forever on that course get ready for some massive drives and real long iron shots into short par 3's if the wind gets nasty.
I live by the coast and we have days with very high winds. The chrome soft isn’t bad in cool windy weather, the Taylor seems to work better in warm windy weather, but this tends to be a personal thing. I use the pro v1 x most of the time and it’s pretty good in the wind and I only switch on very gusty days.