Titleist’s flagship balls – the most played on tour and the most sold in stores – got a tiny change designed to make a big difference down range. The new dimple patterns on the Pro V1 and Pro V1x are the first update in more than a decade, but they work better because of other performance enhancements throughout both balls. That includes new manufacturing processes for the core and a more resilient mantle layer. As a bonus, the covers are the softest ever for a Pro V1 or Pro V1x to provide more short-game control.
Is it for you?
Pro v1: It feels the softest of the three and flies the lowest off the driver. Very similar short-wedge spin to Pro V1x.
Pro v1x: The highest flying off the driver and the highest spinning off the irons, so it’s a good choice if you’re looking for more height. Will feel firmer than the Pro V1.
—pro V1x: The firmest feeling of the three, it spins a little less than the others off the irons and around the green. It generally caters to those seeking high launch/low spin.