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Titleist 2008 Pro V1 Golf Balls

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Manufacturer Description

Titleist’s new Pro V1 Golf Ball is packed with exclusive performance-oriented features that make it the ultimate in design for use by pros in the PGA golfing circuit. A winner hands-down among serious golfers looking for power backed performance; the new and improved Pro V1 combines some of industry’s key technologies. Featuring large and softer multi-component core, speed-enhancing ionomer casing and a soft urethane elastomer cover with a dimple pattern, it promises superior coverage than the original version. Striking the Titleist Pro V1 golf ball triggers a blend of faster initial velocity, low spin and higher launch producing a flatter ascent and covering greater iron distance.

  • Ionomer casing with speed-increase yet spin-control capabilities
  • 392 dimple pattern promotes aerodynamics for shot control and flight consistency
  • Special A.I.M. (Alignment Integrated Marking) sidestamp improves putting alignment
  • Soft yet abrasion-resilient cover yields “Drop-And-Stop” control performance
  • Longer and consistent driver distance; Good spin into and around the green; Soft compression feel

Avg Rating: 4.5 out of 5
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Handicap 0 - 5
titleist pro v1 and pro vx1
I played all year in 2008 with pro'vs and had no problem with them at all. they keep the distance and the greens recieve the ball well.
Dave (Erie, PA)
Handicap 6 - 10
Old Ball
If the pictures are accurate these are the old Pro v's. I do believe the new and improved version will be selling for more.
Brian (Mukwonago, WI)
Handicap 10 - 15
Are these the 2008 ProV's...if so you shouldnt be selling them.
Titliest lost a major lawsuit to Callaway for copying their HX brand ball...and were to pull those balls off the market as of Jan 1, 2009. Are you selling the 2009 ball or the illegal product?
tim (Florissant, MO)
Handicap 6 - 10
Thewho the review in said after 2 or three rounds the pro v feels like a noodle,shouldn't be playing this ball.the Noodle may be the right fit for this person.At 20-30 handicap I would consider playing the most lost ball Top Flight.
ZACK O (City View Heights, OH)
Handicap 0 - 5

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what is the relationship between club head speed and for a compression of 88 what would be the club head speed of your driver,or conversely if your driver has a club head speed of 100 w
Don Holloway
06/14/2010 3:55 PM
The correlation from clubhead speed to ball compression is not as important as it once may have been. Multilayer golf balls have changed the way of golf ball construction making compression a matter of feel over distance. faster swinging golfers will still prefer the firmer compression balls as certain performance characteristics fit their needs more appropriately but the factors of compression will not impact distance significantly. Employee: Andy
06/23/2010 9:53 AM
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What is the core compression of a Pro V1 and a proV1X?
Richard Voegelin
03/28/2010 5:56 PM
Hi, thanks for the question. The compression for the Prov1 is 88 and the compression for the Prov1x is 92. -Parker Employee: Parker
03/29/2010 12:08 PM
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Are these balls overruns or logo?
09/08/2009 4:45 PM
Hi, thanks for the question. These are not overruns, they are stock balls. They are the 2008 model as opposed to the 2009 model. -Parker Employee: Parker
09/08/2009 5:01 PM
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