Titleist Golf Balls: Not Just For Pros (Video)
Titleist Golf Balls: Not Just For Pros (Video)

We talk about golf balls, there's one name that really stands out above all the others and that's 'Titleist.' Titleist are renowned for certainly the last 10 to 15 years has been the premium ball played on tour, but it's that golf ball any good for you and should you be playing with titleist products as well. Look at the Pro V1 it's one of those names that stands out that's very iconic name in golf now when the Pro V1 first came out they sold out in golf shops around the world. You couldn't buy a Pro V1, and if people found one on the golf course they were using that one for the next round, maybe two rounds, maybe three rounds. It was the first ball that really had the playing characteristics that you wanted with the durability as well. A lot of golf balls prior to that, they played okay, but they only lasted for 9 holes at best, whereas the golf pros around the world, they can change their ball every couple of holes, but as a club golfer you need a golf ball that's going to last and the Pro V1 really does that, but is it suitable for all club golfers it is a very expensive golf ball, and it's a premium golf ball.

Actually needs to be hit quite hard to get the best playability out of it. I would really recommend it for zero to seven handicaps kind of low single figured golfer should be playing something like the Pro V1. And the Pro V1X for that category of golfer who wants a little bit less spin. Then you look down to the rest of the Titleist range, there's a golf ball to suit every player in every need, we start off with the NXT 2 that's slightly longer off the tee than the Pro V1, and has slightly lower spin rate, still a nice golf ball and a little bit better value than the Pro V1 as well, then there's the NXT model that's again longer less spinning than DT models and the DT Roll and Carry, now the Roll and Carry ball, the Carry ball flies little bit higher, but lands a little bit softer doesn't necessarily maximize the distance on the ground, but the DT Roll ball lowest spin, lower flight really gets on the floor running. So within the Titleist range, workout what your budget is, what your game is like, and which golf ball is going to suit you best. Use their website to find out a bit more information as well.

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We talk about golf balls, there's one name that really stands out above all the others and that's 'Titleist.' Titleist are renowned for certainly the last 10 to 15 years has been the premium ball played on tour, but it's that golf ball any good for you and should you be playing with titleist products as well. Look at the Pro V1 it's one of those names that stands out that's very iconic name in golf now when the Pro V1 first came out they sold out in golf shops around the world. You couldn't buy a Pro V1, and if people found one on the golf course they were using that one for the next round, maybe two rounds, maybe three rounds. It was the first ball that really had the playing characteristics that you wanted with the durability as well. A lot of golf balls prior to that, they played okay, but they only lasted for 9 holes at best, whereas the golf pros around the world, they can change their ball every couple of holes, but as a club golfer you need a golf ball that's going to last and the Pro V1 really does that, but is it suitable for all club golfers it is a very expensive golf ball, and it's a premium golf ball.

Actually needs to be hit quite hard to get the best playability out of it. I would really recommend it for zero to seven handicaps kind of low single figured golfer should be playing something like the Pro V1. And the Pro V1X for that category of golfer who wants a little bit less spin. Then you look down to the rest of the Titleist range, there's a golf ball to suit every player in every need, we start off with the NXT 2 that's slightly longer off the tee than the Pro V1, and has slightly lower spin rate, still a nice golf ball and a little bit better value than the Pro V1 as well, then there's the NXT model that's again longer less spinning than DT models and the DT Roll and Carry, now the Roll and Carry ball, the Carry ball flies little bit higher, but lands a little bit softer doesn't necessarily maximize the distance on the ground, but the DT Roll ball lowest spin, lower flight really gets on the floor running. So within the Titleist range, workout what your budget is, what your game is like, and which golf ball is going to suit you best. Use their website to find out a bit more information as well.