Titleist Pro V1 (2008)
Released June, 2008
The Pros:Softer and more forgiving than ProV1x. Good feel off the putter. Decent range, can hit a fair distance.
The Cons:High degree of spin can take some getting used to. Higher cost per ball than most brands.
The Titleist Pro V1 is a golf ball that features a three-piece multi-layer construction to maximize distance, durability, and performance. At its center, the Pro V1 golf ball boasts a newly formulated and larger core that provides a soft feel, while also contributing to improved durability and distance.
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On top of the core is a .030” extra-thin Ionomer casing that contributes to improved Drop-and-Stop scoring performance. Beyond that layer, the Titleist Pro V1 features a high-performance Urethane Elastomer forumation cover for enhanced durability, a 392 multi-dimple design with a staggered wave parting line for consistent ball flight, and an A.I.M. (Alignment Integrated Marking Sidestamp) guide for improved putting alignment. Titleist Pro V1 golf balls retail for an MSRP of $58.00 per dozen, and come with a 1 year limited warranty that covers defects in materials or workmanship.
- 1.550” Solid Polybutadiene Core
- 0.035” Ionomer Casing
- 0.030” Urethane Elastomer Cover
- Spherical Dimples w/Icosahedral Pattern
- 392 Dimples / 5 Types
- Staggered Wave Parting Line
- 1 Year Limited Warranty
User Reviews (1)
softer and more forgiving than ProV1x
decent range, can hit a fair distance
lots of spin keeps the ball moving for longer
good bite on the green, won't roll off the fairway
high degree of spin can take some getting used to
higher cost per ball than most brands
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