Titleist NXT Tour S Yellow ID-Align Golf Balls
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| $6 Ground ||Thu, May 30 ||Tue, May 28|
|3-Day ||Wed, May 29 ||Mon, May 27|
|2-Day ||Tue, May 28 ||Fri, May 24|
|1-Day ||Mon, May 27 ||Thu, May 23|
Titliest NXT Tour S Yellow Golf Balls have been designed to deliver NXT Tour performance with softer compression feel. This new golf ball is loaded with performance features including a highly resilient core, proprietary soft compression, soft Fusablend cover and a new 302 octahedral dimple design. The combined result of the NXT Tour S gives you commanding short game spin & control around the green and outstanding distance on & off the tee. And if yellow is not your color, also available are the white NXT Tour S golf balls.
If you are wondering what the difference is between the NXT Tour and the NXT Tour S, here are a few points. The Titleist NXT Tour delivers longer driver distance for golfers that typically have higher swing speeds - this results in a slightly higher ball flight. The Titleist NXT Tour S provides a similar performance as the NXT Tour, but has a softer feel. All in all, it depends on the golfer's preference of feel, distance and color - but both balls perform similarly. The NXT Tour S is a perfect fit for those looking for a soft golf ball that won't sacrifice performance.
- Two Piece Construction w/ High Performance
- Softer compression feel, outstanding distance and commanding shot performance
- A.I.M. (Alignment Integrated Marking)™ sidestamp
- Soft, thin Fusablend cover
- Commanding short game spin and control
User Ratings & Reviews
The optic yellow (so easy to see) NXT TOUR S is a great ball. Long off the tee (an extra 5-10 yards, good roll). Very playable on approach shots, short game and putting.
It is almost as good around greens as Pro V1 and Pro V1x. So decison is simple- pay around $45 for Pro V's or $32 for NXT TOUR S.
I love the optic yellow, so decison is easy for me at this time.
Now is Titleist starts making Pro V's in optic yellow, my decision will get much harder.
Either way you are playing with the best balls out there for the price. Some may be as good, but none are better.
Ian L age 62
Ian L (Belmont Shore, CA)
Handicap 0 - 5
Bought 6 dozen yellow balls and on my first round I had two 285 yd drives off the tee. As a 66 yr old, I was really impressed with the putting and general playability. I normally prefer a harder ball but these were excellent and easy to find/see. Would definitely buy again!
Paul (Naples, FL)
Handicap 10 - 15
I bought a dozen after reading about them and trying to find a ball that didn't wrinkle after I used my jaws wedges on them. The ball has lasted two round with no visible damage. goes pretty good and almost as good as prov or hx tour when it hits the green with just a bit more roll out. Feel is great,nice and soft. Feels real good on putts and chips.
jerry (Upland, CA)
Handicap 10 - 15
Frequently asked questions about
Which new ball is replacing the "NXT", if any???
01/27/2012 5:25 PM
The Velocity replaces the pricing point but it's a very different ball. Technically there is not a ball replacing the NXT. Thanks.
Golfballs.com Employee: Johnny
01/30/2012 12:47 PM
there is still the nxt tour...and the nxt s which is a bit softer...haven't hit the velocity yet but they are probably like the ball they had last year that you could buy at target,etc. harder, cheaper.
Mid Handicap Golfer: jerry
02/27/2012 4:38 PM
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