Tour Distance Balls

I was given a dozen of Titleist Tour Distance balls which I like but have been unable to find them anywhere. Have they been discontinued or replaced by another mode. If so what is comparable.

Thanks

Frank Jones 

Frank -

The Titleist Tour Distance balls are only available from Costco. They are most closely related to the Velocity ball, in terms of performance. I would recommend the DT SoLo to anybody looking at these balls, due to the better greenside performance.

Frank,

Thank you for your question regarding the Titleist Tour Distance. While we produce this model exclusively for Costco, it is not considered part of our premium line, and would be located under other golf balls on the website.

The "New" Titleist Tour Distance features a new softer, high velocity core, a 332 Icosahedral dimple design, and the staggered wave parting line. The "New" Tour Distance is the softest, longest Tour Distance golf ball that Titleist has ever manufactured due to improved aerodynamics and a softer core. It features a low driver spin and long iron spin for a straight flight and a short game spin for shot-stopping performance on approach shots. It is designed to deliver an outstanding combination of distance, control, and soft feel for scoring performance on all shots. 

Hi Frank,  They were exclusively made for Costco and you can purchase them there.

I actually found a dozen at Target.

Cathi, Titleist Club Concierge

Hi Frank,  They were exclusively made for Costco and you can purchase them there.

Golf balls at my Costco (frozen tundra of Wisconsin) are a seasonally stocked item.  The TDs have been replaced with down filled jackets.  I liked the old NXT because I gave up too many shots OOB with higher spin balls.  My driver speed is under 85 and my age is also but not enough as I'd like it to be. Is the Velocity a 'harder' ball and I should try the DT Solo, or compare both?

Frank J

I was given a dozen of Titleist Tour Distance balls which I like but have been unable to find them anywhere. Have they been discontinued or replaced by another mode. If so what is comparable.

Thanks

Frank Jones 

The DT solo would be the closest match, but you might want to check out our new velocity.  It has good feel and very good distance off the driver.

I would have to disagree. I believe the tour distance is more like the velocity than the dt solo. The DT solo shows better Greenside spin than the tour distance. 

Isn't this the same ball as the HP3 Distance ball that was discontinued? If so, where can I get it. Great ball. No Costco here in OK.

You could go to Costco on line and order them. If you are not a Costco member there is a service fee it is minimal. 

Frank J

You could go to Costco on line and order them. If you are not a Costco member there is a service fee it is minimal. 


 
Costco has replaced it with another non-pro shop ball, this one from cally.  Non-pro shop sporting goods (not Dick's) may have inventory.  I have a McSports near me that has TD, NXT, and prior edition DT Solos.

These ball are great.  You can also get them at Kmart on line for about 22 dollars a dozen.  Kmart has free shipping if you order more than 60 dollars.  Nothing can beat the 2 dozen for 29.99 offered by Costco.  I can't believe they stopped in favor of another brand.  You can go to ebay for people selling their stock of the 2 dozen boxes, however they seem to think people will buy them at the ProV price.  Don't understand why Tltleist doesn't find another store to sell the 2 dozen pack.  Great deal great ball. 

 

Karl

I checked titleist.com and there still making and advertising the tour distance.  I call it the working man's titleist.  It's simply a great ball at an affordable price.  It appears K-Mart no longer carries them.  As long as they make them I going to keep buying them.  I'll keep you posted on where I find them and how much they cost.

Karl W

I appreciate the update Karl. The last place I found them was in a Target store.

I checked on-line at Target, K-Mart, Wal-mart, Sam's Club, Dick's, Sports Authority, Big 5 Sporting Goods and no luck.  Why is it so hard to purchase these balls?  Why can't Titleist just tell us who carries this product?

Karl