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Titleist Pro V1 (2008)

$58.00 Released June, 2008

Product Shot 1 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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Product Shot 2 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
  • A.I.M.
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

User Reviews (1)

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    softer and more forgiving than ProV1x

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    good feel off the putter

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    decent range, can hit a fair distance

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    lots of spin keeps the ball moving for longer

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    good bite on the green, won't roll off the fairway

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    high degree of spin can take some getting used to

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    higher cost per ball than most brands

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