Titleist Pro V1 And V1X Golf Balls

Apr 12, 2019

Category: Gear

American professional golfers Bubba Watson and Kirk Triplett put Titleist’s new yellow golf balls under the spotlight with their early-season success in their respective tours. Now, the bright Titleist Pro V1 and V1x Golf Balls are available to the public so you can enjoy the improved design with a colorway that will highlight your massive drive off the tee.

The 2019 versions of the Pro V1 and Pro V1x are engineered for increased ball speed and lower spin to maximize your distance while maintaining consistent flight. In comparison, the Pro V1 flies lower than the Pro V1x, which flies higher and bites the green better with iron shots. The PGA’s preferred golf ball is made with a bigger casing layer, revised core, and a cover that’s 17% thinner than previous iterations for improved distance on the fairways and feel on the greens. Titleist even gives you the option to personalize the golf balls. You can get both golf essentials in classic white or high optic yellow right now for $52 per dozen.

Purchase: $52

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