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Titleist Pro V1


$60.00 Released April, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Great feel with the putter- will help you with repeatable distance control. Exceptional Spin- Ball really sticks to the green on approach shots. More durable- when compared to previous generation Pro V1's.

The Cons:Really only makes sense to use these balls if your a 10 handicap or lower. The price point on these balls will deter many golfers from using them. Since they are soft, The balls are going to scuff easily.

The 2011 Titleist Pro V1 is a new iteration of the golf ball which for years has been a heavy favorite in the international touring world. Building off the successes of the previous model, the new Pro V1 features a rethought spherically tiled 352 tetrahedral dimple design arranged with a staggered wave parting line, as compared to the previous 392, offering the same drop-and-stop greenside control, but improved flight dynamics over distances, resisting wind and preventing off line veering.

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The new ZG process core technology employs a 1.530" diameter polybutadiene core, improving elasticity and shot softness from the prior's more solid construction. The Pro V1 has also retained the Alignment Integrated Marking sidestamp, which simplifies putting line reads for consistent on green performance.

Features

  • 3 axes of symmetry
  • 030" High-performance Urethane Elastomer cover
  • 045" Responsive Ionomeric casing layer
  • 5 dimple varietals
  • Tour-proven
  • Exceptional distance
  • Soft feel on all shots
  • Excellent durability
  • Consistent flight

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Pros
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    Great feel with the putter- will help you with repeatable distance control

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    Exceptional Spin- Ball really sticks to the green on approach shots

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    More durable- when compared to previous generation Pro V1's

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    The most popular ball used by professional golfers

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    Widely available- In pro shops and golf stores everywhere

Cons
  • 1

    Really only makes sense to use these balls if your a 10 handicap or lower

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    The price point on these balls will deter many golfers from using them

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    Since they are soft, The balls are going to scuff easily

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