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Which ball


Up until now my main interaction with golf balls was simply trying to hit one. Now I'm starting to be able to feel the difference between balls. I'm a fairly high handicap golfer who has been playing for 2 years. I went to all Titleist clubs last year and am completely happy with them.

My quandary- In addition to the ProV1 and ProV1X Titleist has released a new DT Trusoft, Velocity, TourSoft and AVX.

Other than buying multiple sleeves of each and doing a massive cross-comparison - how do I figure out which works best for me? I am hoping that a ball fitting event happens near me and I can get a spot in it.

Any other thoughts?

Abby L- the chart of ProV1 vs ProV1X and AVX was great. Is there such a beast for all balls?

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  1. Don O

    If you are working on your short game to improve spin for better stopping power, then the Pro-V's and AVX are urethane balls that all provide the best spin. The other balls are non-urethane and will perform well, but typically can't achieve the same level of spin. Keep checking on the Titleist site and with your local courses for a ball fitting. You'll learn enough there about the balls and your game to not have to compare 6 lines of balls.

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