Distance, distance and more distance. The crisper shell of this ball allows the golfer to smack the ball pretty far, but that's about it. The primary job of a Mojo is being the ball farthest down the fairway. The ball trajectory can be shaped--not very well--but for the price, that's pretty good.
With this ball, there's not much control on long or short irons. The harder cover causes large bounces on the fairway, as well as the green, and fades and draws will look non-existent.
Only buy this ball if you're strapped for cash. The Mojo is for beginner golfers--the ones who know their balls are headed for the woods or water and don't want to make a dent in their wallet.