4.3
1 reviews
86

Titleist Pro V1x (2008)


$58.00 Released June, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Flies true to where you send it. Consistent performance every time you hit with them. Durable construction doesn't chip or crack easily.

The Cons:Not as long-lasting as some higher end balls.

The Titleist Pro V1x is a golf ball that features a four-piece multi-layer construction to maximize distance, durability, and performance. Unlike the Titleist Pro V1, the Titleist Pro V1x features dual (versus one) solid Polybutadiene cores that work together to deliver a lower spin and increased velocity.

Where to Buy

loading.. Loading latest prices from ProductWiki...

Product Shot 2 On top of the dual core is a .030” speed-enhancing Ionomer casing that controls driver spin for longer distance. Beyond that layer, the Titleist Pro V1x features a high-performance Urethane Elastomer forumation cover for enhanced durability, a 332 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 V1x 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.

Features

  • 1.000” Solid Polybutadiene Inner Core
  • 1.550” Solid Polybutadiene Outer Core
  • 0.035” Ionomer Casing
  • 0.030” Urethane Elastomer Cover
  • Spherical Dimples w/Icosahedral Pattern
  • 332 Dimples / 7 Types
  • Staggered Wave Parting Line
  • A.I.M.
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

User Reviews (1)

  •  
Add Pros & Cons
86
ProScore
Pros
  • 1

    flies true to where you send it

  • 1

    consistent performance every time you hit with them

  • 1

    durable construction doesn't chip or crack easily

  • 1

    capable of great distance, stays in the air for a long time

  • 1

    precise touch enables you to work it

  • 1

    good value, priced fairly low considering the high quality

Cons
  • 1

    not as long-lasting as some higher end balls

Comments (0)

What's on your mind? See more ProductWiki Talk

You may also like...