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We put the top-selling, pro-favorite balls to the test and are happy to report that both 2016 models uphold the exceptionally high-quality standard that the Titleist brand has become synonymous with over its 83-year reign.
Should I Play with a ProV1 or ProV1X?
The million dollar question, I'm glad you asked! Titleist engineered the ProV1X to combat excessive spin and higher swing speeds. The Pro V1X has fewer dimples, which means it’s engineered for someone with a swing speed above 105 mph who imparts more spin and has a higher ball trajectory because of his or her swing path and the energy released during impact. If you do not have that type of swing speed, the V1X can hinder your game, because it will not produce the correct trampoline effect upon the moment of impact between the club face and ball.
Every swing is different and, as we all know as golfers, no single solution cures everything. A golf ball that is engineered for tour-caliber swings may not be the correct ball for your game.
"I’m Still Not Sure What Golf Ball to Use, Help Me!"
This is where your team at LostGolfBalls.com can help.
With our combined industry knowledge and unbiased stance on golf balls, we can help guide you to the ball that fits your game.
Of course, you’ll never actually know what ball is best for your game until you tee up a couple different models and drop a couple down in the fairway
This post was originally published by Knetgolf on February 23, 2016. Knetgolf was acquired by LostGolfBalls.