Titleist Balls - Golf Advice and Buyers Guide
Titleist Golf Balls are the brands Trademark, show piece product that we all know and love them for, Producing the No.1 Ball In Golf. Titleist Golf Balls come in 5 different premium designs suited for all kinds of play and all kinds of players.
Titleist has a golf ball for everyone and you can be sure your buying the best!
The Pro V1 and Pro V1x Golf ball enters it's 10th generation for the most iconic ball in golf. Not only has the ball got even better, for the first time ever Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x is now available in Yellow.
MORE PRECISION . MORE CONSISTENCY . MORE SPEED
Titleist Pro V1 - (10th Generation) White & Yellow
The New Titleist Pro V1 Golf Ball is faster from core to cover. Designed to leave the clubface with more ball speed and lower long game spin for more distance, while providing the best short game control to help you shoot lower scores.
The Pro V1 has more ball speed and less spin in the long game, while maintaining the best Drop and Stop short game control.
For golfers looking to shoot their best scores, the Titleist Pro V1 golf ball provides total performance from tee to green with penetrating flight and very soft feel.
Titleist Pro V1x - (10th Generation) White & Yellow
The New Titleist Pro V1x Golf Ball is faster from core to cover. Designed to leave the clubface with more ball speed and lower long game spin for more distance, while providing the best short game control to help you shoot lower scores.
The Pro V1x has more ball speed and less spin in the long game, while maintaining the best Drop and Stop short game control.
For golfers looking to shoot their best scores, the Titleist Pro V1x golf ball provides total performance from tee to green with a high trajectory and soft feel.
Titleist AVX 2020 Model
REMARKABLE DISTANCE WITH EXCEPTIONALLY SOFT FEEL
- The New Titleist AVX golf ball utilises breakthrough core, cover and aerodynamic technology. AVX is a premium performance golf ball for golfers who prioritise distance and extremely soft feel with a piercing, low ball flight. It has been engineered to be the lowest flying, lowest spinning and softest feeling high performance golf ball in the Titleist line.
Titleist Tour Soft 2020 Model
- The all new Titleist Tour Soft golf ball is built with our largest core ever and a 4CE grafted cover to provide category leading soft feel, very fast speed for commanding distance and excellent short game performance. Tour Soft is also available in Yellow.
Titleist Velocity - New & Improved with New Colours (Orange, Pink and Green)
- Aptly named for its speed, the Titleist Velocity is the golf ball that packs the power punch. Golf players will notice an explosive burst of speed during the initial flight, enabling the Velocity to speed through the distances on the green. The Velocity has a solid core using LSX technology that gives it its initial burst while also giving its peak trajectory a deeper down range. Now The Titleist Velocity golf ball is available in Orange or Pink, so you can add some colour to your Titleist with Velocity.
Titleist lives up to its name by bringing 5 impressive Titleist golf balls to the golf course. These distinct, durable, and powerful golf balls will surely be a formidable weapon of choice for golf champions everywhere.
Titleist Ball Fitting
WHENEVER talking and reviewing balls. I am always astonished by the number of players who seem surprised that there is any difference between balls. They think a ball is a ball. But it isn't!
If you go through the online questions on the Titleist website you will be given a recommended and suggested ball model, and hopefully you will find taking these onto the course will be worthwhile for you.
When you play a ball that is property fitted for your game, your shot execution will improve, and consequentty. you should lower your score.
The Golf Ball Fitting process is best conducted from green- to-tee, starting with scoring shots, because most scoring opportunities are created by shots to the green. You follow a very simple and short questionnaire. where you have to decide if you need a better long or short game to lower your scores, and whether you normally hit a miss your target etc.
A selection of balls most appropriate to your reguirements is then suggested, along with an explanation of spin and how it works in relation to those balls.