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Posted February 21, 2019 in Products and Brands by Trevor Cigich
Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x are long recognized as the industry leader in golf balls, both on Tour and at
local municipal courses, country clubs, and resorts. Players of every caliber trust and rely on Titleist Pro
V1 and Pro V1x golf balls to provide ultimate performance on the course, from tee to green.
For 2019, Titleist is offering even more precision, more consistency, and more speed by creating balls
that are faster from core to cover. Because speed is the name of the game, Titleist engineered new 2.0
ZG Process Cores that are formulated for increased distance. The Pro V1 is constructed with a solid core,
while the Pro V1x has a dual core. Both have an increase in stiffness which creates a faster engine for
higher ball speed and less long-game spin. And they do all of this while maintaining a soft center for
From there, Titleist turned to the ball’s casing layer, the speed enhancing, spin optimizing layer which
helps power the Pro V family for exceptional distance off the tee and with the long irons. Larger casing
layers in the 2019 models add more fast material to the design—14% thicker on the Pro V1 and 11%
thicker on the Pro V1x. Once again, this increases ball speeds while reducing spin on driver and long-iron
shots for longer distance.
The 2019 Pro V family of golf balls feature a proprietary cast thermoset urethane elastomer cover
system. That’s certainly a mouth full, but what it boils down to is a 17% thinner cover, which not only adds
speed but also retains the spin and control on short irons and around the green that die-hards love and
demand from Titleist.
The cover also offers a spherically tiled 352 Tetrahedral Dimple Design for a penetrating, consistent ball
The Pro V1 affords extraordinary distance with a consistent ball flight that users can depend on. The Pro
V1 combines a very low long-game spin and penetrating trajectory with their patented Drop-and-Stop™
short game control and a very soft feel.
Justin Thomas, Adam Scott and Henrik Stenson all play the Titleist Pro V1 on Tour.
The Pro V1x combines extraordinary distance and consistent ball flight with low long-game spin and a
higher trajectory than its counterpart, the Pro V1, does. The Pro V1x also offers a soft feel and Titleist’s
best Drop-and-Stop™ short game control for precision around the greens.
Tour players like Bubba Watson, Tommy Fleetwood, and Ian Poulter rely on the Pro V1x for total
performance from tee to green.
Both the Pro V1 and Pro V1x are now available in white and yellow.