- New ZG Process Dual Core
- Improved spin control
- Soft urethane construction
- Improved durability
- Little difference to the Pro V1 for some players
The golf balls promise to offer even more control than the Pro V1 golf balls. While this can certainly be achievable for some, many players will find the difference to be insignificant. Both designs come with a soft construction which plays its own part in terms of control on the green. The best part is that the Pro V1x comes with a different core which uses the ZG Process Dual Core technology. The compression of the balls will thus also improve, offering better results in terms of distance and control.
The new core will thus act to improve the performance of the balls and can be one of the most interesting choices for those looking to maximize the performance beyond what was achievable with other Titleist golf balls. If you are looking to improve your distance but also maintain good control with a soft design, the Pro V1x can represent an interesting option that will deliver top results beyond the previous releases.
In terms of design, the golf balls are dominated by the 328 dimples of the cover. They will work great to offer you the performance you need that goes beyond the classic alternative that controls friction and promises lower spin. The new cover actually delivers improved performance and can be one of the interesting choices for players looking to maximize their efforts on the field. Even beyond the dimples, the dual-core design will work for maximum responsiveness and speed and this will instantly make them a good overall option for many types of players who actually prefer the softer construction.
The Titleist Pro V1x golf balls represent an interesting option for people looking to maximize the performance beyond what was previously achieved by Titleist golf balls. Many players will feel the improved performance can represent a great option at tour level and the good news is that this is a perfectly achievable and goes beyond what can be used at the moment from the manufacturer. With a new core that goes perfectly with the dimples of the outer cover, the golf balls promise improved distance and speed without sacrificing the control. They will also prove to be slightly better for these characteristics than the Pro V1, but at the same time, they will prove to be geared more towards consistent flights.