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By John B

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  1. John B

    John B
    Kenmore, NY

    I'm just wondering, if you used the new Titleist online ball selector, have the results matched the ball you presently play?

  2. Darryl M

    Darryl M
    Wichita, KS

    Yes & Yes & it also matched the ball fitting I had two years ago. Pro V1

    An actual ball fitting is the most accurate way to tell, but the Titleist online one can give you a place to start and experiment on your own.

    DM
  3. Gabriel G

    Gabriel G
    Cedar Park, TX

    Sure did! Did it several times and came up with the same answer. ProV1x
  4. Todd T

    Todd T
    San Diego, CA

    Just did it and it confirmed the X as the ball I should and already play. Thats the perks of going to TPI and Titleist Thursdays, you get fit for clubs while trying the Pro V1 and X.
  5. Bill L

    Bill L
    Spring, TX

    The selector matches me with the ProV1 but I still play the ProV1x. I ascribe to the theory of, if it ain't broke leave it alone.
  6. Pro V1x all day long.
  7. N Anthony S

    N Anthony S
    Portland, OR

    Sure did. Pro V1x for me.
  8. El bandito

    El bandito
    Fife Bonny Scotland 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

    Pro v1 for me and I love them.
    Best balls ever!
  9. Brian Brat

    Brian Brat
    Ashland, MA

    yes, and several times it comes up with ProV1.
  10. MattH

    MattH
    Peterborough, England

    I just tried it and was surprised to be told Pro V1. I’m an X guy following a fitting last year - I love the flight and stopping power of it.
  11. John B

    John B
    Kenmore, NY

    That's why I asked the original question...

    Like you I have been told the V1X would be the best ball for me even though I like the softer feel of the V1.

    Now he Ball Selector keeps giving me the V! as my first choice. But maybe the 2019 versions are so close that is a feel issue now that separates the two.
  12. Does anyone ever get an answer other than the Pro V1 or Pro V1x.
  13. Yup- the ball selector recommended the Tour Soft for me with an alternate of the AVX. My conclusion- the selector really does work.
  14. james m

    james m
    South wales

    I’ve played the standard pro v1 for as long as I can remember and the selector also comes up with this for me .If it works stick with it
  15. BCH

    BCH

    Yes

    AVX

  16. Yes & Yes - Seems I am suited to a TruSoft... but I'm going to try AVX next week, just for the scientific experience.
    JT
  17. Jim S

    Jim S
    East Point, GA

    The Ball Selector picked the ball I am already playing, Pro V1X. Use it with confidence.
  18. Jason R

    Jason R
    Ottawa, ON

    Yes & Yes as well. I suppose it makes sense as after several years of trying the various balls avail the characteristics I like about the "V" are reflected in the answers I chose for the questions. What would be an interesting evaluation is someone unfamiliar with the Titleist line using the ball selector and then undergoing a ball fitting to compare results. That said though - I think it is a decent starting point.
  19. TSchwartz

    TSchwartz
    Newfane, NY

    I did try the ball selector and it said I should be using the AVX and I usually play the ProV1. I will try the AVX this season but 1st I have a new box of ProV1s to use up. It seems to be pretty accurate so I am excited to try the AVX, I may just buy a sleeve of them at the course so I can give it a try.
  20. Christopher V

    Christopher V
    Edmond, OK

    It matches me to the AVX as a primary match and the ProV1 as a secondary match. I play ProV1's about 90% of the time and AVX's about 10% of the time.
  21. New V1X is a BEAST! Selector said V1 for me but always been a X player
  22. Captain Hook

    Captain Hook
    Winder, GA

    Yes & yes I was matched up with the V!, but like some of the other team members I prefer the V!X. The nice thing about these products is that you can't go wrong.
  23. I think it gives you a great starting point for what to try. I play pro1s and that’s what it suggests for my game.
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