DT TruSoft Players: Share Your Feedback Here!

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By Mike D., Team Titleist Manager

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    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
    Lowell, MA

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    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
    tampa, FL

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    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!
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    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
    atlanta, GA

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    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
    Larchmont, NY

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    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.
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    Wondering what the compression rating is of the True Soft
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    Anyone know the compression rate of the 2018 DT True Soft?
    Thanks
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    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
    Elizabethtown, KY

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    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.
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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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