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Titleist NXT Tour Golf Balls

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Manufacturer Description

Titleist NXT Tour - From Titleist, the premiere name in golf, comes the NXT Tour. This ball was designed for players looking for a name brand golf ball with high performance, better spin and greater control.

  • The New NXT Tour is made to be longer with the driver and irons, while maintaining soft feel and high performance control int
  • 3 Piece Construction
  • Soft and Thin Fusablend® Cover
  • 392 Icosahedral dimple pattern
  • Tour-Validated A.I.M. (Alignment Integrated Marking)™ Sidestamp

Avg Rating: 4 out of 5
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What is the difference?
You have two 2010 NXT Tours boxs on this site. You describe these NXT Tours (in black and grey box) as 3-piece 2010 balls. You also have 2010 NXT Tour in yellow and blue box. Doesn't say if these are three piece. What is the difference (besides the color of the box). Also, what is the difference between the NXT Tours and the NXT Extremes. I switch between the NXT Extremes and Noodle +. Not a lot between them. I like the soft 'splat' feel of the Noodle's in pracice but play the NXT's in competition.
Phil (East Milton, MA)
Handicap 20-30
Best for the Money
I have played these balls for a couple of years now and any time I try a new ball, I come back to these. Distance and stopping on the green are equal or better to Pro V1, Nike One, and Bridgestone B330-RX. I would like them to be less expensive, but if you don't lose a bunch of balls per round it isn't prohibitive.
Tom (Humble, TX)
Handicap 6 - 10
Just ok...
They (NXT Tour) are better than most 2-piece balls, but the PRICE on Titleists just keep going UP & UP!! In fact, there are better 3-piece balls out there and the previous post on LADDIE Xtreme was right on > they are just as long, bite BETTER and COST LESS then NXT Tours/NXT Extrmes! Personally, I am playing Maxfli Tour Fire balls (now no longer made) and SRIXON Tri-Speed/Z-star X as they are both less expensive than Titleists and bite much more around the greens! Hope this helps!
Handicap 0 - 5
I love this ball! I Tried using it after i was getting frustrated with my driving game. After using it, hole after hole i added 25+ yards to my drive and eliminated some of the slice. I also added precision to my irons and my wedges. My score significantly dropped, and i recommend this ball to any causal,competitive, beginner,or veteran golfer that wants a great ball, without a very high price.
Shawn (Niles, MI)
Handicap 20-30
Titlesit NXT Tour Logo golf balls
We have a tighter promotional budget this year so we ordered the Titleist NXT Tour logo golf balls instead of the Pro V1's and I think they have worked out great! They have good control and distance
Marco (Oakland, FL)
Handicap 0 - 5

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Question about red numbers and black numbers on Titleist balls. It used to be the red number was a 90 compression ball and the black number was a 100 compression ball. Has that changed? Can you get
04/11/2010 3:05 PM
Hi, thanks for the question. The Prov1 has black numbers and a compression of 88. The Prov1x has red numbers and a compression of 92. -Parker Employee: Parker
04/12/2010 9:43 AM
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Is there a fee for #5-9? thanks
01/08/2010 3:01 PM
The high numbered version is offered at regular stock so there is no up-charge. Please view the high numbered balls at Employee: Andy
01/08/2010 3:05 PM
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I just want H on the ball but want it big...can this be done???
12/08/2009 10:51 PM
Hi. thanks for the question. If you can possibly create one and save it as a photo, you can upload it onto our photo ball page. There will be a $10 charge added to the stock price of the balls. WE will not be able to print photos on this ball. -PArker Employee: Parker
12/09/2009 9:06 AM
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