Titleist DT Carry Golf Balls

Mid to High Handicap | Surlyn Cover

Posted by Robert

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Titleist DT Carry Golf Balls It's stocking stuffing time! (That's if you are reading this in December. I'm aware my blogs may live on long after I'm dead, so disregard if you are reading this in July, and please enjoy the BBQ and fireworks.) Of course you are going to get Dad some golf balls and tees to put in his stocking, and you've stumbled across a good choice.

These Titleist DT Carry golf balls are a great buy for the price. Typically if you buy anything with the name Titleist on it, you are going to shell out at least 50 bucks! These balls were designed for the mid to high handicapper. (To translate for you gift buyers out there that aren't savvy with the handicapping system, let me put it to you this way: If Dad or Hubby has a job where he works 40 hours a week, he's a mid to high handicapper.)

Let's talk nuts and bolts real quick. This golf ball has a 252 dimple pattern which is designed to launch the ball into the stratosphere and keep it up there as long as possible. The cover is made of soft Surlyn, giving it a nice feel and a decent spin rate. If you have played these balls before, the new DT Carry is very similar, but this ball has more speed and spin than your old Titleist DT.

If you are not buying for a high handicapper, and your Pop spends more time at the links than he does at work, then you are going to want to check out some better balls. Please take a look at my review of the PRO V1X. It's my favorite ball out there, and you can't go wrong with it.

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