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By Greg Plumlee

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  1. Greg  Plumlee

    Greg Plumlee
    Wichita, KS

    Would love to do another ball test.

  2. Don O

    Don O
    Madison, WI

    The balls are basically on 2 year cycles. 2017 was for Pro-Vs and the non-Pro-Vs (not named DT Trusoft) should get a new release around the time of the PGA show in January. Base on profiles and other factors, there is usually wide-spread prototype testing in the fall based on the next release cycle. Stay active and you might hit the fall prototype testing.
  3. I would like to participate also :)!!
  4. I was lucky enough to get in on the last Pro V1/X ball test receiving one sleeve of each.

    Getting those sleeves in the mail was the coolest thing ever. It's nice to think Titleist cares what normal golfers think of their equipment before it hits shelves, and wanting Joe Blow's opinion.
  5. Deno

    Hawthorne, NJ

    I agree with Ryan. Nothing like Titleist asking an opinion of it's members. Great to receive those in the mailbox.
  6. Wade W

    Wade W
    Roanoke, VA

    Tested several times but have missed the last two years.

    Fingers crossed!

  7. Phil G

    Phil G
    Orlando, FL

    Well, last week I was fit for the 2019 line up of ProV's. I cant express enough the great job that the Titleist staff do! He had me bring in a 50 yard shot club, a seven iron and my driver. Started with a 60* wedge and didn't have very much difference in spin but for me the ProV1 had a softer feel. I then moved on to the seven iron. He told me since my ball flight is high he would recommend the ProV1. He had me hit some drivers to be sure and had the same results. Both balls have a butter soft feeling when you hit them. My deciding factor was trying to get the height down but not AVN down. Titleist, keep on doing what you do in providing us with great products!
  8. Great to know the average guy can give some valid input that is taken seriously.

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