Project (a)

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Andy Roberts
Fri, 29 May 2015
Project (a)
The best ball you are probably not considering

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Low driver spin; soft and buttery around the greens; great feel off the putter, rolls well; superb value for money
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PRICE: £35.00 YEAR: from 2015

If you are looking for a ball that packs a punch off the tee, spins well on the dancefloor and does not break the bank, look no further than the TaylorMade Project (a). 

TaylorMade has designed an incredible golf ball for competitive mid-handicap players who crave low driver spin and more approach-shot spin - and all for just £35 per dozen. 

We not only found the three-piece Project (a) to be long off the tee - aided by the ball's "React" core technology - but it felt one of the softest around the greens. 

Project (a) features TaylorMade’s new SoftTech cover which we found generated remarkably high spin and a soft, buttery feel on those full-blooded 110-yard shots.

The ball felt just right on the greens, not too soft or too firm,  and was easy to judge pace on long-distance putts. 


The surprise package in our ball test. While we all know TaylorMade's prominence in the industry, its golf balls have never really caught the eye. Project (a) not only proved one of the longest off the tee, but felt superb from everywhere inside of 110 yards and rolled well on the greens. At £35 per dozen, this is the best ball you are probably not considering.

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