Summary: The 2009 Wilson True has been re-introduced in some chain sporting goods stores at a very friendly price. (I paid 68-cents per ball, had my partner try it, and he went out and bought himself a 2-dozen pack.) It is a two-piece distance ball with adequate spin, good distance, and robust toughness. The True name was generated when Wilson tuned the density of the core with the exact density of the cover, so there is no imbalance in the ball by the cover and interior not being perfectly fitted together. Theoretically it should fly and putt more true than other brands. This may be the case; at my level of play I just know the ball is a good product. I test a lot of balls, and this ball is a superior product to many of the higher-priced competitors, and I now use it in tournament play. It does not spin too much off the driver, spins enough to hold the greens with the irons, but does not back up too much (like some of the premium-priced balls.)
Similar Products Used: Bridgeston e5+, e7+, Noodle, Titleist DT roll and carry, SoLo, TopFlite (several varieties), Warbird, Srixon 2-piece offerings, Nike Mojo, Karma, Volvik, Wilson EcoCore (new 2-piece made from re-cycled automobile tires)
Review Date October 9, 2009
Overall Rating 5 of 5
Value Rating 5 of 5
Reviewed by: ken brownlow(Unregistered User)
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: wilson true velosity golf balls
Summary: I love these balls why can't you get hold of them,
Customer Service: why have they stopped producing them?
Summary: Just as all reviews before me describe, this is an excellent ball. I just can't think of what else a ball needs to do. Great distance, Soft feel, goes straight etc. I have shot two personal best scores since using this ball which has me sold. Very durable too, I generally only need one per round even after hitting tree's and paths etc, very minimal damage. Holds greens nicely too
Customer Service: love Wilson, use their Deep Red 11's which are also great
Similar Products Used: Precept Laddie, Titleist HVC soft feel, Nike Tour Accuracy, Strata Tour Ultimate
Summary: Try a sleeve and you will be convinced. Adds 20 to drive, 10-15 to irons, reduced slice/hook. Spin is low, so when the greens are hard, it's a hit and hop and roll. Was amazed at noticable distance. Is a tough 2 peice ball that handles cart paths, etc., not "growing hair" like the ProV1 cover.
Similar Products Used: Precept U-TRI Tour, Pro V1, NXT, Strata, Slazenger