Titleist 2019 Pro V1 and Pro V1x review: The results

I was lucky enough to be sent some of the white box prototypes of the 2019 Pro V1 and Pro V1x.

I put them into play for the first time in Portugal and struggled to notice any huge differences in terms of feel to the 2017 models.

Titleist 2019 Pro V1

However it seemed to me like the new versions were going quite a bit further than what I was used to.

Back in the UK, I then attended a ball fitting event at Woburn where I was able to go through a ‘tour-level’ fitting with golf ball expert Anthony Williams.

It was the same process the tour players go through. So we hit a range of shots on Trackman before going out onto the Dukes course to see how the balls performed in ‘real life’.

On the launch monitor we could see the Pro V1x was offering me more spin and a higher flight with both irons and driver.

However, I much preferred the slightly flatter and lower spinning flight of the Pro V1.

Around the greens I struggled to separate them with both offering me the control and feel I’m looking for.

So it was a straight forward fit for me with the Pro V1 offering a stronger flight with no sacrifice around the greens.

So are these going straight in our expert’s bag? Find out on the next page…