Pinnacle Soft Golf Balls Review

By , Golf Equipment Writer
  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 4 out of 5
  • Owner Rating Not yet rated
  • Pros

    - Respectable distance for moderate and slower swing speeds
    - Soft feel off every club
    - Decent spin and control 
    - Good value for money

  • Cons

    - Low compression not suitable for faster swing speeds

  • RRP £21.00

What we say...

Pinnacle is offering a ball which delivers incredibly soft feel thanks to its lowest-ever compression core.

Pinnacle is a well-known golfing brand that, in their history, has produced some of the best golf balls. Since Pinnacle golf balls began being manufactured in 1972 they have perhaps been better known for producing some of the best distance golf balls; their most recent distance model being the Pinnacle Rush.

However, that is not to say Pinnacle are incapable of designing one of the best soft golf balls. There is still the capability to achieve huge distances off the tee with the Pinnacle Soft just with a softer feel through impact.

Pinnacle Soft golf balls.

Key Tech

The Pinnacle Soft is a two-piece ionomer cover construction golf ball which may not be the most technical, but that does not mean it cannot perform as well as the other balls it rivals. While the technology in the Pinnacle Soft may not be ground-breaking, what have they packed into this golf ball?

High-energy Core

Pinnacle refer to the high-energy core as the ‘engine’ which is a very low compression core that delivers soft feel and low spin for long distance off the tee.

Icosahedral Dimple Design

This dimple design consisting of 332 dimples when paired with the ionomer cover delivers a durable and extremely soft golf ball which not only feels good by flies consistently at peak performance.

Pinnacle Soft availability

The Rush is available in white and pink. The balls are traditionally numbered from 1-5 (15-ball pack).

The balls are available to purchase from numerous retailers at an RRP of £21/$25, making them incredible value for money; especially with them being a 15-pack.

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James Hogg is a Golf Equipment Writer for Today's Golfer, with expert knowledge in putters, golf balls, and apparel.

James Hogg – Golf Equipment Writer

James Hogg is a golf equipment writer for

He has a degree in English Language from Newcastle University and an MA in Journalism from Kingston University.

James previously worked for American Golf alongside his studies as part of the sales and fitting team. Having worked in golf retail for seven years he has all the skills and knowledge necessary to review and recommend the perfect equipment for golfers of all abilities and has a strong knowledge of putters, golf balls, and golf apparel, including trousers.

Despite nobody else in James’ family playing golf he took a keen interest as a teenager which saw him become a junior member at Saltburn Golf Club, North Yorkshire. Since returning to Teesside in 2022 James has joined his home course, Cleveland Golf Club. His handicap index is 4.7 thanks to consistent distance off the tee.

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Product Information

Pinnacle Soft

RRP: £21 per 15-balls | VIEW UK OFFER | $25 per 15-balls | VIEW US OFFER

Construction: Two-piece golf ball

Cover: 332-dimple ionomer cover

Colors: White; Pink

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