- Apr 7, 2012
- Reaction score
- Puerto Rico
I went to a group Titleist fitting a couple years back. Seemed like it was split pretty evenly between us who was fit into AVX, Pro V1x and Pro V1. Great experience! fwiw, the V1X had more spin for me than the V1.Well, some people just like a softer feel. That's why they make the AVX.
FWIW, MGS provided data too, so someone's info is bad. Call me a headline reader if you wish but I've read the article and the numbers in depth and heard their various podcasts where they talked about it in-depth.
I just find it interesting because if a soft ball gave you more distance, why are all the tour balls firm compression?
Imo, the move to softer balls for high handicappers is more because it feels good for people with slower swing speeds than because it gives them more distance.
As for Titleist, I've done several ball fitting with them and they always told me that unless cost is a concern or you have a preference for a soft feeling ball, the Pro V is the best because they all perform pretty much the same off the driver but the Pro V performs the best around the green. They will do literally anything to steer people away from a super soft ball.
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