TaylorMade TP Red Makes Garcia’s Game
How would you like to grab the golf ball that made Sergio Garcia drop the Titleist Pro V1x like a flat rock? Sounds like a golfer's insane dream, but TaylorMade has made the dream a reality by introducing the TaylorMade TP Red.
I know, you thought that TaylorMade went back to only doing golf clubs. It's enough to say that they consider the TP Red an advancement in golf balls significant enough to put their well-deserved reputation behind them. And the TaylorMade TP Red is not meant to be a wallflower - the company knows they can compete with top of the line golf balls like the Titleist Pro V1 and the Callaway HX Tour.
What has inspired this confidence? The TaylorMade TP Red has a core fashioned from a proprietary rubber compound called NdV4. NdV4 creates a low compression, highly elastic core by using neodymium as a catalyst in production of the rubber compound. Add a ionomer mantle layer designed to increase ball speed and a durable yet soft thermoset urethane cover and you've got a ball even the pros go for.
The TaylorMade TP Red is not the cheapest golf ball on the course, but it's not the most expensive either. If you are looking for low-spin, high-launch drives, the TaylorMade TP Red is well worth your cash. Especially if you save money at Discount Golf Balls.