Callaway Releases Limited Edition Ryder Cup Golf Balls... Time To Pick A Side!

These limited edition Ryder Cup balls are a really cool way to get behind your team

Callaway Releases Limited Edition Ryder Cup Golf Balls
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With the first tee shots at Marco Simone GC just around the corner now, fans of both Ryder Cup teams are looking for more and more creative ways to display their support and allegiance. Well, Callaway may have one of the most creative ways yet! Feast your eyes upon the limited edition Chrome Soft Truvis Team golf balls…

Callaway Limited Edition Chrome Soft Truvis Team Europe Golf Balls

Callaway Limited Edition Chrome Soft Truvis Team Europe Golf Balls
$49/£55 per dozen

If you want to show your support for Team Europe, these limited edition Callaway Chrome Soft balls are a great way to do it! These balls are available in both the US and UK with slightly different prices as you can see above.

Callaway Limited Edition Chrome Soft Truvis Team USA Golf Balls

Callaway Limited Edition Chrome Soft Truvis Team USA Golf Balls
$49/£55 per dozen

Or if you're a fan of Team USA, you can also get the Truvis with the stars and stripes on it. (By the way you can also get the official Ralph Lauren outfits too). 

Available for a limited time only, each ball comes emblazoned with either the stars and stripes or Europe's familiar yellow and blue in the Truvis style. The detailing on each logo is very intricate and looks really cool close up as well as garnering attention from afar.

Whilst these balls may be viewed as more of a souvenir or collectors item, those who do want to use them on the course won’t be disappointed. We tested the the Callaway Chrome Soft in July of last year and they are among the best golf balls on the market. The Chrome Soft is a 3 piece ball with a soft urethane cover, popular on professional tours all around the world. The logo isn’t purely for showing support to your team either, Callaways Truvis technology is designed to give players better focus and visibility of spin. So as you are watching your preferred logo spinning in the air, not only can you be filled with pride, you can also get some valuable feedback for your game!

Callaway Chrome Soft 2022 Golf Ball Review

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For the neutral spectator of the Ryder Cup, Callaway also provides several other logo options in their Truvis technology. These include beer mugs, doughnuts and dog paws amongst others! 

Joe Ferguson
Staff Writer


Joe has worked in the golf industry for over 12 years in a variety of roles. After a successful amateur career being involved in England squads at every age group, Joe completed his PGA degree qualification in 2014 as one of the top ten graduates in his training year and subsequently went on to become Head PGA Professional at Ryder Cup venue The Celtic Manor Resort. Equipment has always been a huge passion of Joe’s, and during his time at Celtic Manor, he headed up the National Fitting Centres for both Titleist and Taylormade.  He’s excited to bring his knowledge of hardware to Golf Monthly in the form of equipment reviews and buying advice. 

Joe lives in North Devon and still plays sporadically on the PGA West region circuit. His best round in recent years came earlier in 2023 where he managed a 9 under par 63 at Trevose GC in a Devon & Cornwall PGA Tournament.

Joe's current What's In The Bag? 

Driver: Taylormade M2 2017, 8.5° 

Fairway wood: Taylormade M2 Tour 2017, 13.5°  

Irons: Srixon ZX7 3-PW

Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM9 Raw, 50F, 54M and 60T

Putter: Odyssey Toe Up #9

Ball: 2023 Titleist Pro V1x