The AVX has the lowest ball flight, softest feel, and lowest long game spin. The Pro V1x will fly higher than the Pro V1 which results in greater carry distance, a steeper angle of descent. The AVX gets slightly more distance than the other two.
Titleist golf balls are the most used by the top 100 PGA Tour pros.
Titleist offers a range of golf balls, each with distinct characteristics tailored to different player preferences and playing styles.
Construction: The Titleist AVX is a three-piece golf ball.
Performance: The AVX is designed for golfers who prioritize distance and a softer feel. It typically generates lower spin and a more penetrating ball flight, which can result in added distance, particularly off the tee.
Feel: The AVX offers a softer feel compared to the Pro V1 and Pro V1x, making it popular among golfers who prefer a softer touch on their short game shots.
Spin: It generates lower spin on full shots and less spin on short game shots, making it suitable for players who want more control on the greens.
Construction: The Pro V1 is a three-piece golf ball with a urethane cover.
Performance: The Pro V1 is renowned for its balance of distance, spin, and control. It provides exceptional performance in all areas of the game, making it a popular choice for a wide range of golfers, including many professionals.
Feel: It offers a soft feel, making it ideal for golfers who appreciate responsiveness on short game shots.
Spin: The Pro V1 offers a combination of distance and greenside control, with a good amount of spin for stopping power on approach and short game shots.
Construction: The Pro V1x is a four-piece golf ball with a urethane cover.
Performance: The Pro V1x is designed for golfers who prioritize distance and a more penetrating ball flight. It typically generates lower spin off the driver and long irons, resulting in a higher launch and more distance. It's a favorite among golfers with faster swing speeds.
Feel: The Pro V1x has a slightly firmer feel compared to the Pro V1, which can be appealing to golfers who like a firmer touch on full shots.
Spin: While it offers slightly less spin than the Pro V1 on short game shots, the Pro V1x still provides excellent greenside control.
Updated: 24-Oct-2023 | Email feedback to this question