Quick Poll: What Titleist golf ball do you play?

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By Mike D., Team Titleist Manager

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  1. Mike D., Team Titleist Manager

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    Hey Team Titleist,

    It's time for another quick poll! Let us know what ball you play and tell us why by adding a comment below.

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    After playing the Pro V1x for a number of years, I recently put the Pro V1 into play because I was looking to bring my ball flight down a little and I’ve always enjoyed the softer feel of the Pro V1.

    So, I decided to give it a go and have been really happy with the results.
  3. Brian D
    Norton, MA

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    I have played with ProV1 for a while now. It is a ball that can be counted on for a consistent performance. I have also been fit a few times for the ball, and the results have kept me in the ProV1 for the last 10+ years
  4. Darryl M
    Wichita, KS

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    Pro V1

    It fits my game the best, I started with DT Solo, the NXT Tour & Tour S back in 2011-2014 then I started playing the Pro V1 and my putting got better, my driving distance was a few yards better than the NXT but my approach shots stayed closer to my ball mark than the other 2 previous balls I played, so it made sense to play ball I could score better with.....

    I preferred the 2011-2015 ball. But this year I finally grew to love the 2017 ball so now that's all I use
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    The reason that I like the DT TruSoft is that I like the soft feel and the way it reacts on the green. My game is such that stopping a shot on the green as soon as it hits is not something I do. I like a little roll-out after the landing, especially on chips and short pitches. I find the DT a great ball for my game, the price point isn't bad either, and the TruSoft gives me all of the length I need. Besides, the DT SoLo is the ball I used to get my one and only HIO in 57 yrs. of playing and the TruSoft is the next generation.

    Mark F
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    This year I have been playing the Pro V1x. I love the ball but at times it seems to fly too high. Next year I will try the standard Pro V to help with ball flight.
  7. RCCPA
    Sapulpa, OK

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    Pro V1x. I've been using the x for several years now. The one word to describe - Confidence! Always know how it'll react around the greens - the spin, check and stop.
  8. joe t
    roseville, MI

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    I switched from ProV1x to ProV1 this year, but have been trying the AVX. Still favor the ProV1 however.
  9. Brian Brat
    Ashland, MA

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    Pro V1

    Fits my game the best, but I have played Pro V1x, AVX, and Tour Soft. I keep going back to the Pro V1. I like the ball flight, spin and the soft feel off the putter.
  10. tony k
    bradenton, FL

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    Was a big fan of the ProV1x until a couple of years ago when I tried the newer ProV. Made the switch until the AVX came out. Really like that ball and hope you keep it in the rotation. Tony
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    I play the Tour Soft simply by choice and price point. I have never been fit for a specific ball. To be honest, I end up playing quite a few Pro V1/V1X as then seem to be lost quite a bit where I play; but their loss is my gain.
  12. Frank P
    Port St. Lucie, FL

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    ProV1, but sometimes when the fairways are soft i'll use a DT Trusoft for a little more rollout.
  13. pulplvr
    Spring, TX

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    I played the Pro V1 until a couple of years ago. At a Titleist ball fitting, they told me that I should be using the 1x based on the numbers I was generating. I made the switch and have stuck with it. Periodically, I will play a around or two with Pro V1's I either have left over or that have been given to me. I do notice a difference off the tee, but find both similar around the greens. I'm not a spinner of the ball, but find the 1x works well for me in all aspects of my game.
  14. JBigda
    Boston

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    Can’t beat the feel and performance of the Pro V1. I recently switched from the TP5 and couldn’t be happier.
  15. ADeLucia
    Winston Salem NC

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    Cant beat the pro v1x! The best ball on the market hands down
  16. John B
    Kenmore, NY

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    I actually can't decide... I'm a low ball player (5 hcp) so the Pro V1X is what has been recommended to me in two different fittings by club pros. But I like the softer feel of the regular Pro V1 off all my clubs.

    I don't notice much difference in distance between either.

    Anyone else play a different Titleist than recommended?

  17. Wade W
    Roanoke, VA

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    ProV1, every time.

    WW
  18. Dale V
    Escondido, CA

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    Tried all the Titleist variants but always go back to the ProV1. Love the overall performance and feel.
  19. Scott Aitken
    March, Cambridgeshire

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    I was given a dozen Pro V1's when I bought my new AP1 718's a few weeks ago been really enjoying using a much better ball than previous. The chaps at St Ives also gave me a sleeve of Pro V1x to try out so im now giving them a try aswell at the minute. Been trying both on the pitching/chipping practise greens to start to decide which one i prefer the best. The fitter said after a few hits the Pro V1x might be better for me. I think theyre both good balls at the minute and may well use them both depending on wind on the day etc
  20. Scott Aitken
    March, Cambridgeshire

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    I was given a dozen Pro V1's when I bought my new AP1 718's a few weeks ago been really enjoying using a much better ball than previous. The chaps at St Ives also gave me a sleeve of Pro V1x to try out so im now giving them a try aswell at the minute. Been trying both on the pitching/chipping practise greens to start to decide which one i prefer the best. The fitter said after a few hits the Pro V1x might be better for me. I think theyre both good balls at the minute and may well use them both depending on wind on the day etc
  21. Speedy
    Newmarket, NH

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    Prov1.... Tried others but nothing even comes remotely close to the performance of a ProV1.
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