Should I play pro v one or Pro V1x?

Should I play pro v one or Pro V1x?

According to Titleist’s website, here is the difference between the Pro V1 and Pro V1x: The Pro V1 has a softer feel, less iron spin, and a more penetrating ball flight. Comparatively, the Pro V1x should launch higher, feel a little less soft, and offer more iron spin.

Who Should Play Pro V1x left dash?

2. Left Dash is Titleist’s Lowest Spinning Pro V1 Model. Pro V1x Left Dash is for players who are looking for lower spin on all shots. It features flight characteristics very similar to Pro V1x (high flight), and a higher compression design, which deliver both lower spin and a firmer feel than both Pro V1 and Pro V1x.

Are Pro V1x good for beginners?

On average, most golf coaches recommend that a beginner golfer avoid Pro V1 balls. The higher price and compression rating make the Pro V1 suited to better players. Most beginners will get better performance with lower compression and lower spinning balls.

What swing speed do you need for Pro V1?

98-105 mph
The #1 ball in golf, the Pro V1 is a three-piece golf ball meant for swing speeds of 98-105 mph.

What pros use Pro V1x?

Today, roughly two-thirds of all TOUR pros tee up a Pro V1 or Pro V1x. Jordan Spieth won The Masters with Pro V1x while Rickie Fowler, Adam Scott and Henrik Stenson make hay with the Pro V1. Bubba Watson bombs a Pro V1x while Justin Thomas is a few yards behind with his Pro V1.

Do Pro V1 balls go further?

The new Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls are designed for longer distance, even more spin and feel around the greens, and softer feel. To increase distance, Titleist made two changes.

What compression is the Titleist Pro V1x?

The Titleist Pro V1 has a compression of over 100 (our robot golf ball test measured it at 101.8), while the Titleist Pro V1x has a compression of 108.4, making it the firmest golf ball in our entire test. That’s because they’re designed for tour players with swing speeds typically in the range of 110-130mph.

What is the compression of Pro V1?

The three-piece Pro V1 still has a compression around 90 and its 352-dimple cover pattern helps to produce lower-spinning, lower-flying shots off the tee and with long irons.

Do Pro V1 make a difference?

This is perhaps the biggest differences between the two golf balls. The Pro V1 is designed to produce a more penetrating ball flight and descends at a shallower angle ultimately leading to more roll. If you prefer a softer golf ball go for the Pro V1; if you like a little more pop pick up the Pro V1x.

Which is better for slower swing speeds Pro V1 or Pro V1x?

If you hit it higher, usually as a result of faster swing speeds and higher spin rates, then the ProV1 would probably be the better ball for you. If you typically hit the ball lower, due to slower swing speeds or lower spin rates, then the ProV1x will be better for you out on the course.

Are Pro V1 really that good?

Pro V1 and Pro V1x balls are the best of the best, and the best of the best play with them regularly. They also, as you might expect, carry a high price tag. If you want the quality without the high price, consider getting recycled golf balls used.

What is the difference between the Pro V1x and the ProV1?

Designed to fly higher and reach its apex farther down the flight, it generates longer carry distance compared to the Pro V1. The original Pro V1X produced less spin than the Pro V1 but that changed in 2017 when the roles were reversed and the Pro V1X started generating more spin than the Pro V1.

What is the difference between Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V 1x?

Since the Titleist Pro V1x is made to have less spin than the Pro V1, then you can expect the V1x ball to move less in the air if you slice, hook, etc. It also should roll further as a result of having less spin. Titleist Pro V1 Distance vs Feel

Should you fade or Draw your golf ball with the Pro V1x?

Even though the Pro V1x launches higher both the Pro V1 and Pro V1x reached the same apex. The better choice to fade or draw your golf ball is the Pro V1x. Technological advances in the driver and other clubs have put pressure on golf courses as the balls are flying much further.

Is the Pro V1’s Dimple a big deal?

The 2021 Pro V1 and Pro V1x are the first Pro V1s with entirely new dimple designs since 2011. It’s easily overlooked, but it’s a big deal.