TITLEIST TOUR SOFT
The Titleist® Tour Soft golf ball features the largest core Titleist has ever produced and is fast and long off of the tee. The large core dimensions require the high performance 4CE grafted cover to be very thin, increasing short game spin around the green.
- Commanding Distance
- Responsive Feel
- Advanced Short Game Control
- Penetrating Trajectory and Consistent Flight
- Largest Titleist Core Design
- Very Thin 4CE Grafted Cover
- Spherically-Tiled 342 Cuboctahedron Dimple Design
FREE SHIPPING ON ORDERS OVER 150€
Shipping fees (orders less than 150€)
Finland - 8,5€ per order
Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania - 9€ per order
Sweden, Denmark and Germany - 9€ per order
Austria, Czech, Poland, Netherlands and Belgium - 12€ per order
Hungary, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Luxembourg, Bulgaria, Slovakia and Slovenia - 14€ per order
United Kingdom - 25€ per order
United States and Russia - 32€ per order
Delivery time is from 3 to 11 working days expect to Spain, Russia, The Usa, Slovakia, Slovenia, United Kingdom and to Portugal delivery time is from 5 to 13 working days.
If you are located somewhere else and would like to make an order please contact us!
Golf balls grading guide
We sort each ball 3-5 times. 3A and 5A/4A balls have checked carefully. We provide the best price-quality ratio. You can always ask more about our sorting process and grades.
If you play with our 3A or 5A/4A grade balls, we are pretty sure that you would play with them as well as with new golf balls...
Practice balls may not be good for playing. We recommend use them mostly for practicing.
5A/4A grade - Like new/almost like new balls. Can be a logo, a little pen mark or very small wear.
3A grade - Ok/Playable balls, which ones have little more wear, scratch(es), small discoloration or a bigger pen mark.
2A/1A grade- Not so good balls. Suitable for practicing.
Pracitce grade - Very bad balls. These balls have seen the best days.
How did Boordigolf get started?
In February 2017 when I was 13, I scrolled through a Finnish matketplace and saw someone selling dirty golf balls. At that point I had already played golf for a couple of years so I knew the value of the balls. So I decided to buy them and I washed them with handsoap and towels in our sauna. When the balls were clean and ready for selling I put them up for sale on Facebook and they sold out fast. I got some profit so I was able to buy more balls and get more capital to my little hobby. More balls were sold and a year later the company Boordigolf got its start and now the journey continues…