Callaway Chrome Soft CHASE THE ACE CHALLENGE! Can we make a HOLE IN ONE?

Alex from GolfMagic took 50 Callaway Chrome Soft golf balls to Mannings Heath Golf and Wine Estate to see if he could make a hole-in-one.

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Tue, 21 Sep 2021

Callaway Chrome Soft CHASE THE ACE CHALLENGE! Can we make a HOLE IN ONE?

The hole-in-one is one of the most treasured achievements in golf. Some players have made multiples hole-in-ones in their life, but for some people, it always alludes them.

In GolfMagic's latest video, Alex takes 50 Callaway Chrome Soft balls to the 10th hole of the Kingfisher Course at Mannings Heath Golf and Wine Estate to take on the Chase the Ace Challenge.

The hole is a 126-yard par-3 that has bunkers left and right of the putting surface and this scenic hole is known to be the signature feature of the Kingfisher course.

A big advantage of using the Callaway Chrome Soft balls is their feel and consistency. With each ball that Alex hit, the connection and feel off the clubface was very satisfying.

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As well as the ball's performance, the Chrome Softs are very popular because of their price too. They are 20% cheaper than most premium golf ball collections, which is an attractive statistic to the everyday golfer.

With this in mind, Callaway offer fantastic value for money with their Chrome Soft collection and the same can be said for their Triple Track balls too.

Although Alex came very close on a number of occasions to making a hole-in-one, he was unable to find the bottom of the cup.

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However, what you can also see is the level of spin that the Callaway Chrome Soft balls can produce, as the drone footage shows each ball landing on the green.

The par-3 may have been downhill, but the evidence in the video shows that the Chrome Soft balls excel in feel, spin and overall performance, which is why they offer great value for money.

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