, the #1 ball in golf, launches their new Pro V1
and Pro V1x
Golf balls today, and they are better than ever. Don't believe me? Ask Bubba Watson, who won the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines over the weekend, playing the new Pro V1x.
"What the Pro V1x has been doing for me is a little bit higher ball flight...the same distance and the same spin," said Watson.
Watson also commented on the Drop and StopTM
"You want it to be softer on the greens," said Watson. "These new grooves and the way it's been landing on these firm greens, it's been able to stop a little quicker."
So what makes the new Pro V1
and Pro V1x
even better than the prior generation? Here are the major changes the engineers at Titleist used to make the #1 ball in golf
| New Core Material
||ZG process core technology
| Fewer Dimples
||352 tetrahedral dimple design (Previous Generation had 392) spherically tiled, 3-axes of symmetry
|Increased Spin Control
||as compared to previous models
|More Consistent Flight
||New core, casing layer and cover, with the new dimple patter lead to a more penetrating trajectory
||Improved flight consistency with the penetrating trajectory provide exceptional distance of your tee shots
||328 tetrahedral dimple design is “exceptionally efficient aerodynamically”
|New Dimple Pattern
||7 different dimple sizes for high surface coverage produce higher trajectory and better control in the wind
|Lower Spin Rates
||Off driver and iron shots
|Even More Distance
||Higher trajectory and better control lead to more consistent ball fight, giving you more distance on every shot
Once you’re on the green, you can rely on Titleist’s Drop and Stop™ Greenside Control
and the A.I.M. (Alignment Integrated Marking)™ sidestamp
to help line your putts up with accuracy every time.
But which ball is right for you? How do the New Pro V1 and Pro V1x compare side by side? The following table compares the New Pro V1 to the New Pro V1x so you can find the ball that’s right for you.
|Short Game Control
|Driver and Iron Spin
So, is it the Pro V1
? Or the Pro V1x