DT TruSoft Players: Share Your Feedback Here!

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By Mike D., Titleist Staff

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  1. Have you been playing the DT TruSoft this season? Is it your Titleist golf ball of choice? If it is, then we want to hear from you!

    Add a reply to this thread and let us know what you think about the performance of this golf ball.

    We can't wait to see your feedback.

    - Mike

  2. Corey V

    Corey V
    Lowell, MA

    I did pick up a pack of DT TruSoft and thought it was much better than the previous seasons TruSoft. It had a nice soft feel with enough stopping power, definitely not as much stopping power as a Pro V1, but enough. I gained a little bit more distance with my irons as I think the spin was a little bit less, but the height in which I got made up for it. I especially liked the height I was getting on my driver as I generally have a low ball flight with my driver. All in all a great ball and is well worth the great price!
  3. richard e

    richard e
    tampa, FL

    I have tried both the DT TruSoft and the Tour Soft and have been impressed with both products. The Tour Soft feels softer for me (a quality I like in a ball) and plays well but the DT True Soft seems to perform better overall. I picked up a sleeve of the AVX and will try these tomorrow!
  4. I've been playing DT True Soft for several years now and yes, the New DT True Soft is a better ball. I noticed it right away with a sleeve of 2 that I was sent for trial. The Distance was about the same, but the feel was much better around the green. Short to mid irons have a higher ball flight. At least it appears that way. The price point is a big plus too.
  5. hal w

    hal w
    atlanta, GA

    I like the trusoft. As a hacker, the ball is very forgiving, goes a good distance, and is great with the short game. Keep up the good work.
  6. Andrew I

    Andrew I
    Larchmont, NY

    I like the Trusoft as it gives me more distance then a ProV or the other balls in the product line.

    I have not tried the new AVX but the price on that is not attractive.
  7. Wondering what the compression rating is of the True Soft
  8. Anyone know the compression rate of the 2018 DT True Soft?
    Thanks
  9. TFord

    TFord
    Runcorn

    I used the DT trusoft throughout a very wet and windy winter in the northwest of England! I usually play the Pro v1x in the normal season but found the DT was up to the challenge through the winter months and would highly recommend
  10. Pat R

    Pat R
    Elizabethtown, KY

    In preparation for a trip to Hilton Head Island ladt October, I bought a dozen DT Trusofts just to try. After a week playing them, I decided that the DT Trusoft is gojng to be my ball in the future, once I use up my supply of ProV1s and NXT Tour balls.
  11. BCH

    BCH

    Have played the TruSoft for several years and the DT Solo before that.

    Couple of thoughts:

    Originally choose this ball due to price point, ball feel and prefer Titleist brand and consistent manufacturing
    The DT Solo seemed to be a harder shell than the Trusoft. For me, a big plus for TruSoft.
    NXT seemed way too hard for my liking.
    I liked the fact I could use a colored ball (yellow)
    The TruSoft seems to be a softer more feel version with similar flight characteristics.
    The latest version of the TruSoft seems to have an even softer shell and I do not know if it is still the best ball for me
    Color changed slightly to a more muted yellow; did not really like the color change.
    While I liked the current TruSoft I have purchased the Tour Soft and ProV1 and am trying those out to verify which ball is the best choice for me.

    Suprisingly for me, I have found the ProV1 more to my liking. Better spin on greens, better feel on putts and chip shots (most important charechteristic for me) and overall, better performance. Maybe a little more distance on TruSoft. Especially like the feel on putting: Smooth as butter and seem to get a more consistent roll with ProV1

    Will also test out the AVX as well since I feel a change coming, why not.

    Hope this helps
  12. BCH

    BCH

    Have played the TruSoft for several years and the DT Solo before that.

    Couple of thoughts:

    Originally choose this ball due to price point, ball feel and prefer Titleist brand and consistent manufacturing
    The DT Solo seemed to be a harder shell than the Trusoft. For me, a big plus for TruSoft.
    NXT seemed way too hard for my liking.
    I liked the fact I could use a colored ball (yellow)
    The TruSoft seems to be a softer more feel version with similar flight characteristics.
    The latest version of the TruSoft seems to have an even softer shell and I do not know if it is still the best ball for me
    Color changed slightly to a more muted yellow; did not really like the color change.
    While I liked the current TruSoft I have purchased the Tour Soft and ProV1 and am trying those out to verify which ball is the best choice for me.

    Suprisingly for me, I have found the ProV1 more to my liking. Better spin on greens, better feel on putts and chip shots (most important charechteristic for me) and overall, better performance. Maybe a little more distance on TruSoft. Especially like the feel on putting: Smooth as butter and seem to get a more consistent roll with ProV1

    Will also test out the AVX as well since I feel a change coming, why not.

    Hope this helps
  13. Yeah I really like this years ball it still feels great off the Tee for me but the overall play around the greens is much improved. I get check off my wedges which really puts a massive smile one my face. There's also a better flight on my short irons. Higher flight is always a must from short irons for me as I want it to come in high and land softly it delivers perfectly.

    Thanks to Titleist for the dt trusolf
  14. I have been playing the TruSoft since they came out (and SoLo before that). As a mid-handicapper, these seem to be the best for me. I have tried the Pro V and X, and AVX, but keep coming back to these. Do they perform like a Pro V on the green? No. But, I am in the fairway a lot more (and losing a lot less). Around the green, it's just a matter of understanding the ball and playing accordingly. When I do have a bad round, it's not as painful on the wallet either. Titleist proves that a "value" ball can have exceptional quality, be affordable, and still made in the USA.

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