NEW PLATINUM FEEL:
Designed for golfers seeking soft feel and high performance control within the “better player” value category, the new Platinum Feel utilizes a soft, thin cover formulation and a large 1.595” core construction that contributes to softer feel with a high initial velocity. A new, high coverage 332 Icosahedral dimple design helps provide consistent ball flight. A new, alignment sidestamp promotes better putting accuracy.
NEW PLATINUM DISTANCE:
Offering a longer distance companion product to the Platinum Feel golf ball, Pinnacle advances the two-model flagship family to new lengths with the Platinum Distance. A new high velocity 1.565” core formulation, resilient lower spin cover and new, high coverage 332 Icosahedral dimple design combine to provide golfers long, straight distance on all shots without sacrificing feel. A new, alignment sidestamp promotes putting accuracy.
Consistent with the new personality of the Pinnacle Platinum products, the Platinum Feel and Platinum Distance feature a new icon, jet trail logo Platinum nameplate and alignment sidestamp. The new Pinnacle Platinum packaging also employs a rainbow foil and liquid metal presentation to pronounce its platinum personality as well as improve its presence and positioning among other value products.
Pinnacle's niche as the most affordable
long-distance ball took shape from the
very start in the 1970s. The earliest
versions earned players' thumbs-up for
distance, but today, the
company's pitch for its newest line of
Golf Balls reflects the evolution
since 1972: "Distance doesn't have to be
Pinnacle offered one of the earliest two-part balls that featured a solid rubber core and a long-lasting thermoplastic resin cover. Although the Pinnacle proved popular from the start, the company went back to the drawing board to create a "softer-feel" ball without sacrificing distance.
As Pinnacle, and other golf-ball manufacturers developed their two-piece golf balls, the competition pushed further advancements in the technology. When Spalding found that that a combination of zinc and petroleum polymer polybutadiene struck a better balance between the ball's bounce and form, Pinnacle as well began the new journey.
Today, Pinnacle continues to convince players that the ball still offers the best bargain in both distance and feel, along with value as they keep their prices lower than competitors. Compared to the Pinnacles of the 1970s, Pinnacle balls these days have a thinner, and far more pliable cover that is larger than earlier incarnations. This combines both distance and a softer touch on approaches as well as on the greens.
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