Titleist NXT Tour Golf Balls
| $6 Ground ||Wed, May 29|
|3-Day ||Tue, May 28|
|2-Day ||Mon, May 27|
|1-Day ||Fri, May 24|
The new Titleist NXT Tour takes performance to the next level with a design that delivers low driver and long iron spin for outstanding distance, commanding short game scoring performance and soft feel. Titleist NXT Tour Golf Balls feature a multi-component design with a newly engineered large dual core, soft Fusablend cover and a new 302 octahedral dimple design. The soft core and cover ensures optimal feel and unmatched performance on the tee and the green.
Also new for 2012 are the white and yellow NXT Tour S golf balls. They both perform similarly, but the main difference is that the NXT Tour is designed for golfers with high swing speeds, resulting in a slightly higher ball flight. When looking at theTitleist NXT Tour S, these provide the same performance, but have a softer feel. The choice really depends on the golfer's preference of distance, feel and color.
- Three Piece Construction engineered for high performance
- Even longer distance with commanding scoring shot performance
- A.I.M. (Alignment Integrated Marking)™ sidestamp
- Soft feel on all shots and excellent durability
- Soft, thin Fusablend cover
User Ratings & Reviews
Received sleeve of two balls from Titleist about a week ago, decided to play with today. Shot 72, par, on a course I had been averaging 82, I hadn't broken 80 since knee surgery a year ago last November.
Will definitely purchase in future. Ball was workable and as long as Bridgestone B330 RX I have been playing.
Mike (Indian River Shores, FL)
Handicap 10 - 15
Frequently asked questions about
What swing speed is this geared for?
04/17/2012 4:15 PM
Middle of the road. 85-95
Golfballs.com Employee: Johnny
04/18/2012 12:31 PM
I have a confirmed swing speed of 112-115 mph and the NXT Tour performs extremely well for me. I get similar distance with TM Penta and B330 but find the overall feel of the NXT Tour to be as good or better at a much lower price point. It also reduces the spin off my driver helping to keep my fade fro turning into a slice
Mid Handicap Golfer: michael
08/14/2012 4:32 PM
I have been using 2009 pro v1. did not like new pro v1 or prov1x.trying new 2012 nxt tour. when I line up on the tee box would it help if i lined up the arrow for ball direction as you would on the putting surface?
01/30/2012 1:04 PM
If that helps you from an alignment standpoint I would recommend it. I know plenty of golfers who do this.
Golfballs.com Employee: Johnny
02/02/2012 1:45 PM
Pick your target and pick a spot on the ground in front of your ball between the teed ball and your target. I always place the ball on the tee with the script on the ball toward the target.
Mid Handicap Golfer: Aalabama Hank
06/22/2012 10:17 AM
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