The Noodle Long and Soft delivers all American value and with a smidge of feel
Fun loving and patriotic, the Noodle Long and Soft is a good ball for the beginner and up and comer.
Rating: ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
The Good: An all American legend with a mixed bag of distance and feel with good value.
The Bad: The name might make you crave carbs?
Bottom Line: For a beginner who has a good sense of humor and likes to have a bit of feel the Noodle is perfect.
Experience Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Construction: 2 piece ball
Compression: Low – 60
The Noodle Long and Soft golf ball has been on the scene for quite a while (since 2007) and has a special place in the heart of golfers for it’s performance and attitude. Originally manufactured by Maxfli, the company was purchased by Taylor Made then the name was sold to Dick’s Sporting Goods. You can say the Noodle has gotten around and find it almost anywhere.
When the Noodle first came out they marketed it as having significant spin and soft feel with maximum durability and distance. Which of the low end balls doesn’t claim this? I was, however, impressed with the spin that I got out of it. For some time it was my favorite ball. Who doesn’t like the name Noodle with the happy little script font logo? It is a lighthearted ball with a lot of soul.
This is a 2 piece ball with a Surlyn cover and low compression core. It is meant for swing speeds of 75mph or more. It delivers good distance regardless of your swing speed, it’s an all around good performer.
How can you go wrong with a ball that is endorsed by the one and only Gary McCord?