The Titleist Pro V1, TaylorMade TP5, Callaway Chrome Soft, and Bridgestone Tour B RX are all premium golf balls designed to offer a combination of distance, control, and feel for better golfers. Here are some of the key differences among them.

Titleist Pro V1: The Titleist Pro V1 is one of the most popular golf balls among better players and pros. It is known for its consistent flight, high performance, and exceptional feel. The Pro V1 features a three-piece, multi-component technology with a very soft compression ZG process core, ionomeric casing layer, softer thermoset urethane elastomer cover, and spherically-tiled 352 tetrahedral dimple design.

TaylorMade TP5: The TaylorMade TP5 is a five-layer golf ball that aims to provide a balance of distance, spin, and control for all types of shots. The five-layer construction allows each layer to affect different aspects of the ball's performance. The TP5 features a Tri-Fast Core for maximum carry and low drag, and a Dual-Spin Cover that features an ultra-soft, highly durable cast urethane cover.

Callaway Chrome Soft: The Callaway Chrome Soft is designed to offer a high launch, low spin off the driver, and a soft feel thanks to its Graphene-infused Dual SoftFast Core. It's a four-piece ball with a larger inner core to maximize compression energy while minimizing driver-spin and promoting high launch for long distance.

Bridgestone Tour B RX: The Bridgestone Tour B RX is designed for golfers looking for the optimal balance of distance and control. It's a three-piece ball designed to provide reduced side spin for increased accuracy, and a softer urethane cover for improved feel and control around the green. The Gradational Compression Core is designed to provide optimal energy transfer for increased ball speed and distance.

The best choice among these balls will depend on your personal preferences and game style. It's always a good idea to try out a few different golf balls to see which one works best for your swing and the conditions you typically play in.