When it comes to the new TaylorMade Lethal golf ball, you really can't get better than this endorsement from PGA TOUR professional Justin Rose: "How good is Lethal? I put it in play straight away, and within a month I'd won a tournament and helped my team win the Ryder Cup." For some, the Ryder Cup comment may still smart, but the point is that the Lethal is a Tour-level performance ball that delivers remarkable results.
The Lethal has a breakthrough 5-layer construction with each layer directed toward a different club. The core promotes distance from the driver; the inner mantle optimizes spin from the long iron; the middle mantle improves control for the middle iron; the outer mantle optimizes spin from the short iron. For the wedge and putter, the STA-White cast-urethane cover has a seamless LDP (Low-Drag Performance) dimple pattern that promotes a more penetrating ball flight. The Lethal also features Progressive Velocity Technology, which arranges the layers so that the fastest are on the outside. This ensures maximum distance at any clubhead speed.
With the Lethal, TaylorMade has produced a golf ball that suits the demands of Tour professionals everywhere. Its technology and engineering make it a powerful, and according to Justin Rose, winning formula.