Titleist PRO V1x Golf Balls

Low Spin, Long Distance

Posted by Robert

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Titleist PRO V1x Golf Balls I have a question for you: What' the most important thing in your golf bag? (I'm talking about before you put in your cell phone and car keys.) I'll give you a hint… You use it on every single shot.

That's right. It's your golf ball, and with this billion dollar industry, we golfers are pretty lucky to have quite a few choices. I'm going to tell you about my favorite choice and why.

I've hit dozens of different balls but the Titleist PRO V1x is by far the pick of the litter. Let's start with the boring part first: the construction.

The Titleist Pro V1x employs a four-piece core construction that lowers spin and maximizes distance. The soft center has a dual core which is what gives the ball a low spin and increased velocity. The casing is "ionomeric" which is responsible for educing speed while controlling driver spin for longer distance. The cover is Urethane Elastomer which has a soft feel, but is very durable. The dimple design on the cover is a multi-dimple design with 332 dimples with "Staggered Wave" parting line for consistent ball flight. Finally, it has "Alignment Integrated Marking" (A.I.M.). This is a straight arrow sidestamp that is used for lining up your putts.

I love this ball. Off the tee, it goes just as far as any distance ball I've ever played. From the fairway, it has a soft feel when I hit it with an iron and grabs the green with lots of spin.

The Pro V1x is very similar to the Pro V1, but has less spin. I don't have any trouble getting my balls up or working the ball in different directions, thus I play the Pro V1x. Plus, the Pro V1x holds up in the wind a lot better.

My favorite thing about the ball is when I chip and putt. It has a soft feel and does not make that awful "click" sound that I get with those hard distance balls. My chips bite on the green and stop quickly, and my putts roll true along the line that I set up with the A.I.M.

So what's the most important thing in your bag? (By the way, has anybody seen my car keys?)

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19 Responses

  1. Top Flite Freak Golf Balls | Long Distance Ionomer Rubber Core Says:

    [...] you want to take a look at a quality golf ball, please read my review on the Titleist Pro V1x. This is my top pick for any golf ball. It's a ball that goes very far off the tee, but has a very [...]

  2. Callaway HX Blue Golf Balls | Hexagon Low Handicap, Long Distance Says:

    [...] I would recommend this ball for those golfers that want to buy a ball with a good feel and control, but doesn't want to shell out for the expensive Pro V1x. [...]

  3. Titleist Tour Prestige Golf Balls | Liquid Core, Mid Handicap Slow Swing Says:

    [...] premier ball that provides an ample combination of distance and feel. I always recommend the Pro V1x as it's a little longer than the Pro V1 and holds in the wind [...]

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    [...] you are interested in a higher quality golf ball, please take a look at the Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x. These are Titleist's premier balls that provide an ample combination of distance and feel. I [...]

  5. Nike One Tour D Golf Ball | Tiger Woods | Long Distance Speed Says:

    [...] would compare this ball to the Titleist Pro V1x. Both balls are very similar in that they go long, hold up in the wind well, and have a soft feel. [...]

  6. Titleist DT Carry Golf Balls | Mid to High Handicap | Surlyn Cover Says:

    [...] then you are going to want to check out some better balls. Please take a look at my review of the PRO V1X. It's my favorite ball out there, and you can't go wrong with [...]

  7. New Top Flite Gamer Golf Balls | Low Spin, Thin Cover | Mark Calcavecchia Says:

    [...] course, they are still going to feel like a rock compared to a premium ball like the Titleist PRO V1x, but for the money, I would certainly recommend this ball for the average golfer that wants a [...]

  8. Golf Ball Radar Detector w/ 1 Dozen | Electric Ball Finder Says:

    [...] partial to using my Pro V1x, even though I do have trouble finding them in the long grass. Somebody needs to come up with a [...]

  9. Nike One Golf Balls, Tour D Urethane | Long Distance, Low Spin Says:

    [...] I would recommend this golf ball to you if you have a fast (90+ mph) and you are looking for a premium ball that will give you superior distance. The ball also has a fantastic feel and incredible control with your scoring clubs as well, but to get more distance, you are giving up a bit of spin on the greens. This is comparable to Titleist's Pro V1x. [...]

  10. Callaway Premium Golf Balls for Low Handicap | Soft Red HX Says:

    [...] as hot. As a matter of fact, the Callaway's HX Red is to the HX Blue as Titleist's Pro V1 is to the Pro V1X. The former is softer while the latter is [...]

  11. Dunlop Sport Golf Ball Set | Dimpled for Better Swing & Long Distance Says:

    [...] junk distance ball that you've come to expect from Dunlop. That being said, of course it is no Pro V1x, but at twenty bucks a dozen you can buy two-and-a-half more golf balls than the Pro [...]

  12. Titleist Tour Golf Balls NXT for Distance and Spin Control Says:

    [...] I wanted to try them because I heard on television that it was basically the same ball as the Pro V1X (my favorite ball) but with a slightly different [...]

  13. Bridgestone Golf Balls E5 High Flight | Urethane Seamless Cover w/ Less Spin Says:

    [...] ball is a very long and soft. It is comparable to the Pro V1X. The ball jumps of your driver face and flies very high with not a lot of spin. However, on the [...]

  14. Pinnacle Platinum Feel Golf Balls | Alignment Aid, Hard Core Says:

    [...] you want to take a look at a real quality golf ball, please read my review on the Titleist Pro V1x. This is my top pick for any golf ball. It's a ball that goes very far off the tee, but has a very [...]

  15. Volvik Control Crystal SkyBlue Golf Balls | Long Distance, Transparent Hard Core Says:

    [...] addition, if you want to take a look at a real quality golf ball, please read my review on the Titleist Pro V1x. This is my top pick for any golf ball. It's a ball that goes very far off the tee, but has a very [...]

  16. Maxfli Noodle Ice Golf Balls | Long Distance, High Handicap Says:

    [...] if you want to take a look at a quality golf ball, please read my review on the Titleist Pro V1x. This is my top pick for any golf ball. It's a ball that goes very far off the tee, but has a very [...]

  17. Srixon 2008 Soft Feel Golf Balls for Distance | Butadiene Rubber Core Says:

    [...] if you want to window-shop one of the best golf balls in the game, please take a gander at the Titleist Pro V1X — by far the best ball in the game [...]

  18. Callaway CX3 Hot Golf Balls | Long Distance, Durable Hard Says:

    [...] you want to take a look at a quality golf ball, please read my review on the Titleist Pro V1x. This is my top pick for any golf ball. It's a ball that goes very far off the tee, but has a very [...]

  19. Callaway Tour Quality Golf Balls iZ for Distance and Spin | Urethane & Surlyn Says:

    [...] iZ is my favorite of Callaway's golf balls. Overall, it's really between this ball and Titleist's Pro V1X. The ball is Callaway's premier ball that their tour players use. This ball is the firmer, longer [...]

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