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The 2011 Titleist Pro-V1 & Pro-V1x

Titleist pro-V1 2011

Titleist have officially launched their new Pro-V1 and Pro-V1x at the PGA show last week.  If you frequent our blog, this likely isn’t the first time you’ve heard of these new balls, however we finally have all the nitty gritty details. It’s hard to believe Titleist was able to improve on the Number One Ball in Golf, but it appears they have – we’re looking forward to hitting the course with these.  Without further ado, here is the new Titleist Pro-V1.

 

 

The Titleist Pro-V1

The new Pro-V1 provides even more distance and durability that its predecessor.  You wouldn’t think they could get it any better but this new model even features increased spin control and a more consistent ball flight.  The achieved this feated with a new core techonolgy, a responsive ionomeric casing layer, Urethane cover and 352 dimples. This new dimples pattern, with 5 different sizes is said to provide a more penetrating ball flight, especially when faced with wind.

Titleist 2011 Pro-V1

Player Benefits

  • Exceptional distance
  • Consistent flight
  • Drop-And-Stop greenside control
  • Very soft feel on all shots
  • Excellent durability
  • Tour-proven

Multi Component Technology

  • Innovative ZG process core technology
  • Responsive Ionomeric casing layer
  • High-performance Urethane Elastomer cover
  • Spherically tiled 352 tetrahedral dimple design
  • A.I.M. (Alignment Integrated Marking) sidestamp

The Titleist Pro-V1x

Delivering very low spin off the driver and long irons, the new Pro V1x provides longer distance and more consistent flight along with its renowned Drop-and-Stop greenside control. It features a large, high velocity dual core with a soft center, responsive ionomeric casing layer, urethane elastomer cover and spherically tiled 328 tetrahedral dimple design. Also, a higher trajectory contributes to Pro V1x’s longer distance and a consistent flight that cuts through windy conditions.

 

2011 Titleist pro-v1xPlayer Benefits

  • Exceptional distance
  • Consistent flight
  • Low long game spin
  • Drop-And-Stop greenside control
  • Soft feel on all shots
  • Excellent durability
  • Tour-proven

Multi Component Technology

  • Large, high velocity dual core with soft center
  • Responsive Ionomeric casing layer
  • High-performance Urethane Elastomer cover
  • Spherically tiled 328 tetrahedral dimple design
  • A.I.M. (Alignment Integrated Marking) sidestamp

Here’s what the players are saying:

“I love the New Pro V1 because it fits my game very well. It has a great ball flight, is very durable and feels great around the green. This new Titleist golf ball is even better for me.”

– Maria Hjorth following her season-ending victory at the LPGA Tour Championship. The win came the first time she played the New Pro V1 in competition.

 

“I put it straight into play and won. I was very confident with the New Pro V1x and hit it a long way. It is longer and holds its line better off the tee. It’s definitely got a more penetrating ball flight, has superb distance control and the Pro V1x has always been brilliant around the greens.”

– Padraig Harrington, who won the Iskandor Johor Open in Malaysia the first time he put the New Pro V1x in play. Harrington was the first player to win with the New Pro V1x on the worldwide professional tours.

 

“I first tried the New Pro V1x during a practice round in Las Vegas last Fall to get some feedback, and decided to put it into play immediately. I saw a big difference in the amount of extra carry I was getting off my driver without the ball getting hurt by the wind. I am also getting a higher ball flight off my long irons, which helps it land softer and stop quicker on the greens. Vegas was a good first test, and I have been playing it ever since.”

– Hunter Mahan.

 

“I love this ball. It just cuts through the wind. I kind of hope it’s windy this week so I have an advantage over everyone. It is amazing.”

– Webb Simpson, prior to the McGladrey Classic where he finished T-12. He finished T-4 at the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open two weeks later.

 

“It has a higher ball flight which is what I am looking for. And the way it’s landing on these really firm greens, it’s able to stop a little quicker.”

– Bubba Watson after playing the New Pro V1x for the first time at the Shark Shootout.

 

Titleist Pro-V1 TV Spots

 

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  1. Real simple review,,, Same distance ,Ball do not mark up as bad with wedges. I put a red dot on my old prov1 and it always turn pink. With the new ball it stays red (beats me) I will have to work on teeing this ball up. Seems to balloon when you tee the ball up.. Hope this helps

  2. Hi David, we really appreciate the review – thanks. We’re stuck in Canada for the time being so getting out to test these golf balls is not exactly practical.

  3. I put the Pro V1 into play and immediately had a great score. To me it flies lower off long irons and driver and is heaps longer into the wind. This is way more durable than the last V1, I can actually get 18 holes out of one. Spin is similar, but considering it is coming in low and hot on longer shots it really seems to pull up well. Spin control on 1/2 – 3/4 wedges was fantastic. My thoughts anyway. Eventy though the old ones are now selling super cheap, I’ll be moving to the new one immediately.

  4. Nick!s review contradicts Hunter Mahan and Bubba Watson`s experiences with the new version. Find it real funny how the Staff players are mentioning all the “new and improved” claims immediately….ALL Marketing MUMBO JUMBO
    I`ve played the old and the new ball – no difference except less scuffing on the 2011 model.
    Still prefer Srixon Z Star!! And yes, I`m 1 handicap….i can hit it.
    So you want to fall for clever marketing?? Then you must run off and get a R11 too……what you telling me….it took the Gurus 100 years to spray a clubhead white so you can line it up better…..marketing..got to love it.

  5. haha, great comment Pierre. Good to see that the advertising budgets of the major golf manufacturers don’t sway everyone’s purchases.

    Stick to what you know works for your game, not to the promises of marketing dollars.

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