How does the new Titleist Pro V1x perform? Find out in our 2023 Pro V1x golf ball review.
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Titleist Pro V1x golf ball review: NCG Summary
Can you have a first impression of a golf ball? It’s still small, white and round but it has that brand-new glossy finish that you wish would last forever. As a long-time Pro V1 user I was certainly eager to hit this and see how it would perform.
The big tech story with these golf balls was to provide longer distances, lower long-game spin and greater consistency. So the first thing to do was get the driver out and see if we could see any notable differences.
Now I should state testing golf balls is one of the hardest things to do. Every time you hit a ball, the impact variables undoubtedly change, so you are not always comparing apples to apples. But aside from investing in a robot, there is nothing I can do about this.
Titleist Pro V1x golf ball review: The Details
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