Fresh off the release of its enhanced ELIXR three-piece golf ball in May, OnCore Golf has done it again. The Buffalo, N.Y.-based technology company will unveil the highly-anticipated VERO X2 in August, and early results and reviews indicate it’s a Tour-caliber ball to be reckoned with.
The VERO X2 is the second iteration of OnCore’s VERO X1, one of the most awarded direct-to-consumer golf balls in recent years. Engineered using a proprietary formulation and manufacturing process, it boasts a high modulus, metal-infused mantle connected to a thin, cast urethane cover by a nano-engineered transition layer. The VERO X2 has a higher compression rating than the VERO X1 – 95 vs. 85 – and firmer feel optimal for players with high swing speeds.
Leveraging the same unique core, mantle and cover integration as the VERO X1, the VERO X2 delivers low driver spin and a high, wind-penetrating trajectory for even greater distance and accuracy. This combination brings an optimized spin profile with irons and a trajectory engineered for stopping power on firm greens. VERO X2 features OnCore’s proprietary perimeter-weighting that significantly reduces sidespin and bores through headwinds and crosswinds.
OnCore has cultivated a loyal stable of professional golfers, including PGA TOUR / Korn Ferry Tour player Erik Compton, who originally switched to the VERO X1 after extensive testing and numerous practice rounds. Compton, who put the VERO X2 in play at several Korn Ferry Tour events, described the ball as “crazy hot, baby!” The VERO X2 also landed on Golf Digest’s 2022 Hot List before officially hitting the market.
Members of “Club OnCore” – the company’s VIP rewards membership – will get first crack at the VERO X2 in August, followed by a release to the general golfing public in September. Visit www.oncoregolf.com for more information or to purchase OnCore golf balls. The company offers free shipping on purchases of $100 or more.