Long Shot there is a 100 word limitEntry:
Titleist Pro V1x Left Dash (-Pro V1x); I am a higher spin player who prefers a Lower Spin/higher launching ball. I need a ball that launches higher and spins less with driver and spins less with my irons. The Pro V1x prior to 2017 was a great fit for me. When Titleist in 2017 switched their ball characteristics I was lost in limbo between the Pro V1 and V1x. That was the case until the relatively recent release of the Pro v1x Left Dash, which is very close to the old Pro V1x profile (prior to 2017). THe -Pro V1x (left dash) is a High Launch/Low Spin ball, with a sightly firmer feel. I have found this ball to be a solid fit to my swing profile (Lower launching/higher spinning). I feel this is a solid attempt by Titleist to fill the small gap of demanding players that the regular Pro V1 and X doesn't fit.
Definitely agree with the Pro+ off the tee - those things launch! I saw Vice released their new 2020 balls yesterday so I may have to give those a shot and compare them with my beloved BridgestoneI thought they were pretty different when I played them. Mostly in the irons and wedges where the pro+ spun a whole lot less than the prov. Pro+ was a beast off the tee, reminded me most of zstar xv
Going a bit out of the box. Here is my entry from my golf ball's perspective: Some Golf Balls may have been injured while they made this review.
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Hitting it long off the tee with ball speed to spare, I’m for bombing with a fairway stare!
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Watching my Stars and Stripes spin is no phony, I'm just a one-hop and stop pony.
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Whether I hit a tree, path, or a rock underneath, my cover stays smoother than Jordan Spieth.
Just off the green or in sand, I always pass the test after I land.
It’s Vernier Hyper Acuity or TT to you mortals; I am here to make birdies. Line me up and I disappear into flagship portals!
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I Hit It. Hit it. Hit it Hard!