Titleist ProV1x Golf Ball Review
By S. Dee Davis
This is of course the #1 ball in golf on the pro tour. More professional golfers prefer this ball or the original ProV1 to any other ball. The reason is simple – a great combination of length, feel, and pure distance. It’s also got improved scuff resistance for increased durability and good spin control capabilities. A quick check on Titleist’s web site confirms 165 pro tour wins. Many were with this golf ball. The ionomeric casing layer is certainly one of the best in golf. Though it would be difficult for the naked eye to perceive there are 7 different dimple design types within the balls 328 dimples. The design structure is called Spherically Tiled Tetrahedral. I would call this ball a 4 layer construction – counting the dual core as 2, rather than one layer.
The price is typically from $39 to $58 depending on where you buy the balls.
Distance, one of the longest balls in golf
Great feel and softness for a distance ball
Pure off the putter face, great roll
Spin control, medium loft for distance
Expensive ball for recreational golfing
Not as durable and long lasting
Does not stop as well as ProV1 on harder faster greens
|As an avid golfer and tennis player for most of his life, he enjoys researching the latest in golf and tennis technology as well as analyzing his own game. He has been a writer and reviewer for a dozen years and his work has appeared in numerous publications including CBS, the San Fransisco Chronicle… See more about S. Dee Davis|