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By SBauders

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  1. So I use the calaway super hot cause my swing speed is not up to par yet so I was wondering what Titleist ball would be the best for me

  2. Dale V

    Dale V
    Escondido, CA

    Try Velocity or even DT TruSoft, especially if you tend to lose balls often and are concerned with the price. If you don’t lose them and can afford the best, the ProV1 is as good as any at any swing speed.
  3. I agree with Dale.
  4. Ralph C

    Ralph C
    Portland, ME

    My suggestion would be to get fitted for a ball. Titleist is the only manufacturer (to my knowledge) that doesn't push low compression balls for a slower swing speed. That's because feel, spin, and your equipment choices, among other factors, determines the proper ball for you. A proper fitting will find the ball that works best for you in all situations, not just your drives.
    You can find information on how to get fitted here on the website, or from other TT members. The ball you use is the only piece of equipment you use on every single shot. A proper fitting is definitely worth your time. That's true whether you're a scratch player or a duffer.
  5. pulplvr

    Spring, TX

    As Titleist would say, grab a few different balls (Pro-V, AVX, Velocity, Tour Soft, TruSoft) and go on the course to find out. Start with shorter shots (pitches, chips, putts) and note how each ball performs for you. Then go back to approach shots (150 yds and in) and see how each ball performs. Then test them with driver, fairways, hybrids. After doing all this, then you'll have a much better idea of which ball is best for you. In your particular case, you might begin with the Velocity and the Tour Soft to make your selection easier.
  6. Bill L

    Bill L
    Spring, TX

    I would suggest that you have a P.G.A. pro fit you with a ball that fits your swing. With so many choices today it's difficult, and can be costly to find the right ball.

    Titleist has ball fitting sessions and you might find one in your area by looking at their site.

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