How do I choose between the Pro V1 and Pro V 1x?
Choose Pro V1 X if you want a higher trajectory. The Pro V1 has a softer feel, spins less than the Pro V1x, and a slightly lower ball flight Pro V1x has a firmer feel, spins more than the Pro V1, and somewhat higher ball flight. If you struggle with too much spin with your driver and irons. If you want a penetrating trajectory.
What are the pros and cons of the Pro V1x?
The firmer feel of Pro V1x results in golfers with swing speeds above 100 miles per hour noticing that the firm grip reduces the natural backspin on the ball resulting in more control of where the ball stops on the green. The Pro V1 is more likely to stop quicker and rollback.
What is the difference between a Pro V1 and V1x golf ball?
The main differences between a Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf ball come down to three characteristics – feel, ball flight, and spin. The Pro V1 has a softer feel around the greens, lower ball flight, and less spin. The Pro V1x has a firmer feel around the greens, higher ball flight, and more spin.
What is the difference between Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x?
The Pro V1x should launch higher, feel less smooth and offer more iron spin. The problem with the Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x models is that Titleist tends to change each ball’s performance over the years.