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HELP!!!!!!!!!

TUrreta

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?

Thank everyone.

6 Replies

  1. vurich

    TUrreta, I absolutely LOVE your comment:

    "my main interaction with golf balls was simply trying to hit one."

    I feel the same way!

    The great part of Titleist is the diverse product line-up.

    Golf balls being the #1 factor in the game.

    You're instincts are right on, TUrreta!

    Buy a sleeve of every Titleist ball. Feel them. Touch them. Use them.

    Find out what works best for you, TUrreta.

    It will be a great adventure.

    And PLEASE, follow up on this post and tell us what you think.

    There are no wrong answers!

    #TeamTitleist!
  2. Mark F

    I totally agree. Abby, please have the powers that be put together a chart of all of the Titleist balls. I believe that I have a lower ball flight and like a softer feeling ball so I try to find the best Titleist ball to raise the flight and still be soft. It seems that all of the high flying models have a firmer feel and that the softer feeling models seem to have a piercing flight. The page that compares the ProV and the X shows colored lines with the two ball flights. It would be cool to have a chart that shows all of the models with the flight lines. Then maybe a chart showing the softness levels of all models side by side. Thanks for your help.

    Mark F
  3. Ryan M

    I think unfortunately only buying a couple sleeves of what interests you and doing on course, and short game practice is probably the only way to find what works "best for you".

    Or like you mentioned a "true ball fitting" but I imagine you'd have to do it at an actual Titleist fitting center.
  4. Ryan M

    I think unfortunately only buying a couple sleeves of what interests you and doing on course, and short game practice is probably the only way to find what works "best for you".

    Or like you mentioned a "true ball fitting" but I imagine you'd have to do it at an actual Titleist fitting center.
  5. Ryan M

    I think unfortunately only buying a couple sleeves of what interests you and doing on course, and short game practice is probably the only way to find what works "best for you".

    Or like you mentioned a "true ball fitting" but I imagine you'd have to do it at an actual Titleist fitting center.
  6. Dave N

    I did a ball fitting last year, they only brought out the V's and X's from the line up.

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