The Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf ball are part of Titleist’s 2013 lineup and replace the 2011 models. Titleist updates the Pro V1 franchise every two years.
The Pro V1 features a 3-piece golf ball construction, 352 dimple large core design while the Pro V1x features a 4-piece golf ball construction, 328 dimple dual-core design. Both feature a urethane cover and Titleist’s Alignment Integrated Marking (A.I.M.) sidestamp.
April 12, 2013 – As part of of our ongoing testing and research for GolfBallSelector.com, we offer this video on the 2013 Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x. The Pro V1 is a three-piece design golf ball while the Pro V1x is a four-piece design.
The Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf ball are part of Titleist’s 2013 lineup and replace the 2011 models. Titleist updates the Pro V1 franchise every two years. Both models are currently available with a retail price of $47.99 per dozen.
April 8, 2013 – As part of of our ongoing testing and research for GolfBallSelector.com, we offer this video on the 2013 TaylorMade Lethal, a five-piece design golf ball.
The TaylorMade Lethal golf ball is part of TaylorMade’s Golf’s 2013 lineup and is intended to replace the TaylorMade Penta TP golf ball in their lineup. Currently available with a retail price of $45.99 per dozen.
The TaylorMade Lethal golf ball is part of TaylorMade’s Golf’s 2013 lineup and is intended to replace the TaylorMade Penta TP golf ball in their lineup. The Lethal features a 5-piece construction with 322 dimple pattern and urethane cover.
February 2, 2012 – At the 2013 PGA Show, Bridgestone Golf introduced an update to the e-Series of golf balls. Here is a description of each model (from press release):
e5 – The e5 is an advanced 2-piece urethane construction designed for golfers wanting higher ball flight, more distance and greater control. A large gradational core contributes to longer carry distances, while its tour caliber urethane cover delivers tremendous feel into and around the greens.
e6 – The e6 is the softest multilayer golf ball on the market and in 2013 it is softer than its predecessor. Designed to help players eliminate slices and hooks, it reduces spin for straighter distance. A 3% softer Surlyn cover and low compression core improve feel, while an anti-side spin inner layer helps keep the ball in the short grass. Currently the top-selling e-Series model worldwide, the new e6 ball is available in white, yellow and orange.
e7 – The ultimate distance ball is the new, multilayer e7 model – designed purely for faster, longer shots. The larger Dual Dimple and reactive Surlyn cover combine to reduce drag and increase lift, while a speed-enhancing core and spin-reducing inner layer deliver explosive velocity and greater distance.
The new 2013 e5, e6 and e7 balls will feature a street price of $26.99 per dozen (MSRP $38 per dozen) and will be available at golf specialty stores and green grass retailers nationwide beginning February 1, 2013.
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NEW YORK, NY November 12, 2012. GolfBallTest.org announced today the launch of its new Real List™ golf ball performance ranking system powered by GolfBallSelector.com patented technology. The Real List™ provide golfers with rigorous and independent testing of the major golf balls in the market, including those of Titleist, Bridgestone, TaylorMade, Callaway, Srixon, Nike, Wilson and Innovex – and include Driver Distance rankings for High Speed, Medium Speed and Low Speed golfer swing profiles, as well as Wedge Spin rankings and construction rankings for Compression and Cover Hardness. (more…)
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The Innovex V-Motion and E-Motion golf balls are part of the Innovex Golf’s 2012 lineup. Innovex Golf, founded in 2004, made industry news in the fall of 2011 with the acquisition of Rife Putters.Both golf balls feature a 3-piece construction. The V-Motion has a 318 dimple design with urethane cover while the E-Motion rolls out a 392 dimple design with suryln cover.
February 5, 2012 – The GolfBallSelector.com Leaderboard tracks the winning golf balls on the PGA Tour each week by brand and model.
This week’s Tour Winner is the Titleist Pro V1x golf ball played by Kyle Stanley, who won the Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Arizona. Stanley converted a clutch par on the 18th hole on Sunday to shoot a final round 65 and beat Ben Crane (Titleist Pro V1x) by one stroke to earn his first career PGA Tour title.
Top 10 Finishers: Waste Management Phoenix Open
1 Titleist Pro V1x (Kyle Stanley)
2 Titleist Pro V1x (Ben Crane)
3 Titleist Pro V1x (Spencer Levin)
4 Titleist Pro V1x (D.J. Trahan)
T5 Titleist Pro V1x (Kevin Na)
T5 Titleist Pro V1x (Brendan Steele)
T5 Titleist Pro V1x (Bubba Watson)
T8 Titleist Pro V1 (Jason Dufner)
T8 Srixon Z-Star XV (John Rollins)
T8 Titleist Pro V1x (Webb Simpson)
T8 Titleist Pro V1 (Bo Van Pelt) (more…)