Titleist Pro V1x (2008)
Released June, 2008
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.
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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.
- 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
- 1 Year Limited Warranty
User Reviews (1)
flies true to where you send it
consistent performance every time you hit with them
durable construction doesn't chip or crack easily
capable of great distance, stays in the air for a long time
precise touch enables you to work it
good value, priced fairly low considering the high quality
not as long-lasting as some higher end balls
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