TaylorMade-adidas Golf likely will always be best known for its drivers, metal woods and irons. But the company continues to gain notoriety in the golf ball market. So if you’re looking for a good urethane cover golf ball ($31.99 per dozen) at a price below other urethane golf balls, try the TaylorMade Project (a). The “a’ stands for “amateur’’ and the company is hoping amateurs will take to it like they have its clubs.
Because amateur golfers generate less spin than Tour professionals. TMaG says Project (a) is designed to deliver more spin on mid irons, short irons and shots around the green. Makes sense give the fact most of the game is played from 150 yards of the green.
The Project (a) ball is indeed perform well around the greens – it comes off a wedge with good feel – and also feels good off the driver. For amateur players with slower speed, Project (a) is a good choice at a good price.