The TaylorMade Project (a) golf ball is designed as a radically new concept for competitive mid-handicappers who need more approach-shot spin. Project (a) is long off every club and feels great while generating extra spin to stop the ball closer to the hole, leaving you shorter putts to promote lower scores. TaylorMade has a new cast urethane cover that’s specially formulated to be soft, durable, and very responsive.
The new Project (a) Yellow features a three-layer design that incorporates a new Dual-Distance core and a new 322LDP seamless dimple pattern, which combines to increase driver and long iron distance while maintaining excellent greenside control and feel.
The Project (a) Yellow now uses the same 322 dimple pattern as the hottest Tour ball in golf—the TP5 & TP5x golf balls—resulting in superior distance through a more aerodynamic dimple pattern. Less drag = more speed = more distance.
The new Project (a) Yellow’s dual core design is comprised of a larger, softer-inner core, which scrubs off unwanted spin while providing great feel. The stiffer outer core allows for increased rebound and velocity. In addition to reducing driver and long iron spin, the stiffer outer core also aids in pinching the soft cast urethane cover between the clubface, creating more greenside spin.